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212-227-2780 800-269-2780
Free transportation can be provided.
Jaroslawicz & Jaros PLLC
212-227-2780

Attorney Abraham Jaros Admitted to the Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association

Jaroslawicz & Jaros, PLLC is proud to announce that Co-Partner Abraham Jaros was recently admitted as a member to the National Trial Lawyers' Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association. This achievement highlights Attorney Jaros' continued commitment to providing exceptional representation to victims and families who have suffered losses in preventable auto accidents. The Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association (MVTLA) is a network of top-tier attorneys who represent victims in personal injury claims involving motor vehicle accidents. The association is designed to collectively benefit members by establishing networking, training, and education resources. The National Trial Lawyers Association - MVTLA's parent organization - is widely respected as one of the nation's leading professional associations for trial lawyers. As an experienced New York City personal injury lawyer, Mr. Jaros has dedicated his career to protecting the rights of injured victims and families who suffer harm through no fault of their own. Throughout the years, Mr. Jaros has helped the firm recover millions of dollars in compensation on behalf of clients, including those injured in preventable auto accidents. Attorney Jaros works closely with our legal team to handle the full range of motor vehicle accidents, including taxi cab accidents, truck accidents, and bus accidents, among others. If you or your loved one has recently been injured in an auto accident in New York, you can be confident about placing your trust in Attorney Jaros and our proven firm. To learn more about your rights, call 888-499-5130 for a free consultation.

Camel Cigarettes Manufacturer Ordered to Pay $23.6bn in Wrongful Death Lawsuit

RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company, the country's second largest cigarette manufacturer, was forced by a US Court to pay $23.6 billion to the widow of a man who died from lung cancer in 1996. Cynthia Robinson lost her husband to lung cancer in 1996. Ms. Robinson's husband had been a smoker for most of his life, and his cigarette of choice was Camel brand. In 2008, Ms. Robinson took legal action against RJ Reynolds seeking financial compensation for the death of her husband. To date, this is one of the largest tobacco settlements our nation has seen. All cigarette companies are required by federal law to notify consumers of the increased risk of lung cancer associated with smoking tobacco, however, Mrs. Reynolds in her suit claimed that RJ Reynolds "failed to inform consumers of the dangers of consuming tobacco." Ms. Robinson's lawyers claimed that, due to RJ Reynolds' negligence, her husband became addicted which ultimately led to his death. Some speculate that the verdict was as high as it was to send a message to tobacco firms. RJ Reynolds has already said they will appeal the ruling, calling it "grossly excessive and impermissible under state and constitutional law." Cases like these have become more common in Florida after the state's high court ruled that, in order to be awarded financial compensation in a tobacco lawsuit, all the plaintiff has to do is prove addiction and that smoking caused the illness, which is usually cancer. Ms. Robinson's award is the largest resulting from a Florida class action suit.

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