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Fourth Department – Motor Vehicle Accident – Serious Injury: Crutchfield v. Jones

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Motor Vehicle Accident – Serious Injury Fracture – Conflicting Medical Opinions Crutchfield v. Jones CA 15-00118 Appealed from Supreme Court, Monroe County Background: The plaintiff commenced an action after suffering injuries in a motor vehicle accident. ...

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Fourth Department – Serious Injury: Bleier v. Mulvey

Appellate Division, Fourth Department –  Serious Injury – Consequential Limitation of Use – Significant Limitation of Use – Subjective Pain   Bleier v. Mulvey CA 14-01342 Appealed from Supreme Court, Monroe County   Background: The plaintiff commenced an action after ...

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Fourth Department – Serious Injury: Gawron v. Town of Cheektowaga

Appellate Division, Fourth Department – Serious Injury – Issue of Fact – Preexisting Injury   Gawron v. Town of Cheektowaga CA 14-01344 Appealed from Supreme Court, Erie County   Background: The plaintiffs commenced an action after their vehicle was struck by ...

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Fourth Department — Serious Injury: Edwards v. Devine

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Serious Injury Preexisting Conditions — Permanent Consequential Limitation of Use Edwards v. Devine CA 13-00066 Appealed from Supreme Court, Erie County Background: The plaintiff commenced an action after sustaining injuries in a rear-end collision. The plaintiff ...

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Fourth Department — Serious Injury: Summers v. Spada

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Serious Injury Independent Medical Examination — Physician’s Inconsistent Conclusion Summers v. Spada CA 13-00238 Appealed from Supreme Court, Erie County Background: The plaintiff commenced an action after he sustained injuries when the vehicle he was driving ...

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Fourth Department — Motor Vehicle Accident — Serious Injury: Clarke v. Dangelo, et al.

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Motor Vehicle Accident — Serious Injury Preexisting Condition — Resolved Condition Clarke v. Dangelo, et al. CA 13-00397 Appealed from Supreme Court, Monroe County Background: The plaintiff commenced an action after sustaining injuries in a three-car collision. ...

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Fourth Department — Serious Injury: Heller v. Jansma

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Serious Injury Soft Tissue — Scar Heller v. Jansma CA 12-01157 Appealed from Supreme Court, Erie County Background: The plaintiff commenced an action seeking damages for injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident. The defendant moved ...

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Fourth Department — Serious Injury: Smyth v. McDonald

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Serious Injury Gap in Treatment Smyth v. McDonald CA 12-01207 Appealed from Supreme Court, Erie County Background: The plaintiff commenced an action seeking damages for injuries sustained when the defendant’s vehicle rear-ended her vehicle. The defendants ...

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Fourth Department — Serious Injury: Puch v. Tantillo

Appellate Division, Fourth Department  Serious Injury Limitations of Movement — Objective Medical Evidence Puch v. Tantillo CA 12-01193 Appealed from Supreme Court, Onondaga County Background: The plaintiffs commenced an action seeking damages the injuries resulting from a rear-end collision. The ...

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Fourth Department — Serious Injury: Hint v. Vaughn

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Serious Injury Objective Medical Evidence Hint v. Vaughn CA 12-00302 Appealed from Supreme Court, Wyoming County Background: The plaintiff commenced an action seeking damages for injuries he sustained in a motor vehicle accident with the defendant. ...

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Fourth Department — Serious Injury: Mendola v. Doubrava

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Serious Injury Pre-existing Condition Mendola v. Doubrava CA 12-00621 Appealed from Supreme Court, Erie County Background: The plaintiff commenced an action seeking damages for injuries she sustained in a motor vehicle accident with the defendants. The ...

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