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Some of the firm's noteworthy case results

The experienced injury attorneys at Jaroslawicz & Jaros have recovered more than $2 Billion collectively for thousands of clients in New York City and the surrounding areas. Our record of success speaks for itself.

Past Verdicts

  • $44Million
    verdict for a 31-year-old construction worker injured by a fall while on the job.
  • $6Million
    verdict for a 19-year-old man who suffered a leg injury in a car accident.
  • $4.6Million
    verdict for a 28-year-old truck driver whose back was injured by a falling box in a warehouse.
  • $4Million
    verdict for a 38-year-old worker who suffered a hand injury while using a defective saw.
  • $3.5Million
    for a 43-year-old construction worker injured when he fell off a scaffold.
  • $3.5Million
    for a 37-year-old construction worker injured when slipped while working.
  • $3.5Million
    for a 46-year-old construction worker injured knee when struck by tool.
  • $2Million
    verdict for a 31-year-old woman who died while giving birth.
  • $2Million
    verdict for a 23-year-old woman who suffered facial scars after using a cosmetic product.
  • $1.65Million
    verdict for a 36-year-old man who suffered a leg injury due to a fall on a defective stairway.
  • $1.5Million
    verdict for a 20-year-old woman who suffered a back injury in a car accident.
  • $1.5Million
    verdict for a 71-year-old man who injured his throat when he swallowed a foreign object while eating chicken in a restaurant.
  • $1.4Million
    verdict for a 55-year-old woman who suffered an electric shock while attending a trade show.
  • $1.3Million
    verdict for a 75-year-old restaurant patron who injured his esophagus after ingesting a metal bristle.
  • $1.1Million
    verdict for a 52-year-old woman who suffered a vocal cord injury during surgery.
  • $1Million
    verdict for a 72-year-old man who injured his hip when he fell down stairs when leaving a bar.

Past Settlements

  • $8Million
    21 Year old woman suffered traumatic brain injury in car accident
  • $4.75Million
    for a 55-year-old woman struck by a car while crossing the street.
  • $4Million
    for a 34-year-old man that suffered a leg injury.
  • $3.8Million
    for a 56-year-old woman injured during abdominal surgery.
  • $3.7Million
    for a 52-year-old man injured during spinal surgery.
  • $3.6Million
    for a 51-year-old construction worker who injured his back on a temporary ramp.
  • $3.5Million
    for a 49-year-old man injured when the emergency room made the wrong diagnosis.
  • $3.5Million
    for a 43-year-old construction worker injured when he fell off a scaffold.
  • $3Million
    for a 35-year-old man who injured his back in a car accident.
  • $3Million
    for a 51-year-old construction worker who suffered a back injury when struck by a falling object at a job site.
  • $3Million
    in a medical malpractice case for a 39-year-old woman suffers a stroke during childbirth.
  • $2.9Million
    for a 46-year-old truck driver who suffered a leg injury when struck by a falling box.
  • $2.9Million
    for a 55-year-old elevator repairman who injured his back and shoulder when he slipped and fell on defective steps in a garage.
  • $2.85Million
    for a 31-year-old construction worker injured leg by falling object.
  • $2.75Million
    for the estate of a 34-year-old man in a medical malpractice case.
  • $2.7Million
    for a 59-year-old man in a medical malpractice case.
  • $2.7Million
    for a 20-year-old man who suffered a head injury while a passenger in a car accident.
  • $2.65Million
    in a medical malpractice case for a 40-year-old woman whose infection was not diagnosed in the emergency room.
  • $2.6Million
    for a 46-year-old construction worker injured back when stepped into an open hole.
  • $2.5Million
    for a 56-year-old construction worker who injured his back when he fell off of a ladder.
  • $2.5Million
    for a 25-year-old construction worker injured neck and back when wood fell.
  • $2.5Million
    for a 45-year-old construction worker injured back on ramp.
  • $2.2Million
    for the estate of a 41-year-old man in a medical malpractice case.
  • $2.1Million
    for a 27-year-old construction worker injured neck and back falling on truck.
  • $2Million
    for a 31-year-old construction worker who injured his back when hit by a bucket.
  • $2Million
    for a 60-year-old construction worker who injured his ankle at a construction site when he tripped on debris.
  • $2Million
    for a 68-year-old woman who suffered a back injury from a car accident.
  • $1.9Million
    for the estate of a 62-year-old man who was struck by a van while crossing the street.
  • $1.9Million
    for a 55-year-old construction worker injured back when slipped on ice.
  • $1.9Million
    for a 52-year-old woman who suffered back injuries while on a bus.
  • $1.9Million
    in a medical malpractice case for a 70-year-old woman who died in the hospital from the wrong medication.
  • $1.8Million
    40-year-old construction worker injured back falling off ladder.
  • $1.75Million
    for a 49-year-old construction worker who injured his arm when hit by a falling object.
  • $1.7Million
    53-year-old construction worker injured leg in trench collapse.
  • $1.6Million
    for a 31-year-old construction worker who injured his back when he fell off of a ladder.
  • $1.6Million
    for a 36-year-old man who slipped and fell on slippery steps while in a hotel and suffered hip and back injuries.
  • $1.6Million
    in a medical malpractice case for a 64-year-old man who suffered a damaged nerve during leg surgery.
  • $1.55Million
    for a 37-year-old construction worker who injured his back when he fell off of a ladder.
  • $1.55Million
    for a 53-year-old construction worker injured neck and back falling off ladder.
  • $1.5Million
    for a 52-year-old construction worker injured shoulder when slipped on ramp.
  • $1.5Million
    for a 41-year-old construction worker who injured his back when he fell on debris when stepping off of a ladder.
  • $1.5Million
    for a 46-year-old man slipped & fell on ice in parking lot and injured his knees.
  • $1.5Million
    for a 49-year-old construction worker injured when he slipped on a ramp.
  • $1.5Million
    for a 61-year-old man who suffered an ankle injury when hit by a car while crossing the street.
  • $1.5Million
    for a 54-year-old construction worker who injured his arm while working on a ladder.
  • $1.5Million
    for a 46-year-old construction worker who injured his back when he fell on debris.
  • $1.5Million
    for a 39-year-old construction worker who injured his back while working in a trench.
  • $1.45Million
    for a 37-year-old construction worker who injured his knee when he fell from a ladder.
  • $1.4Million
    for a 40-year-old man whose foot was injured by a security barrier.
  • $1.4Million
    for a 50-year-old construction worker who injured his arm when falling off of a ladder.
  • $1.4Million
    for a 42-year-old construction worker who injured his back when he fell off of a ladder while working at a construction site.
  • $1.4Million
    for a 41-year-old construction worker injured when he fell off a scaffold.
  • $1.3Million
    in a medical malpractice case for a 63-year-old male suffered throat injury during surgery.
  • $1.2Million
    in a medical malpractice case for a 50-year-old male who suffered nerve damage to his legs during surgery.
  • $1.25Million
    for a 49-year-old construction worker who injured his neck in a fall.
  • $1.25Million
    in a medical malpractice case for a 40-year-old man who went into diabetic shock after not being properly treated by his doctor during an office visit.
  • $1.25Million
    for a 52-year-old man who was injured by a defective street grate while riding his bicycle.
  • $1.25Million
    for a 35-year-old construction worker injured neck and back when he fell.
  • $1.25Million
    for a 53-year-old construction worker injured back falling off ladder.
  • $1.2Million
    for a 46-year-old construction worker who injured his shoulder when he fell off of a scaffold while working at a construction site.
  • $1.2Million
    for a 58-year-old construction worker injured when he fell off a ladder.
  • $1.2Million
    for a 15-year-old boy that was bitten by a dog.
  • $1Million
    for a 52-year-old construction worker who suffered an electric shock while working in a ditch.
  • $1Million
    in a medical malpractice case for a 70-year-old man who suffers a ruptured colon during surgery.
  • $1Million
    for a 37-year-old male injured neck and back when struck by car.
  • $1Million
    for 31-year-old injured his arm when falling off of a defective skateboard.
  • $1Million
    39-year-old construction worker injured leg falling off ladder.

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At Jaroslawicz & Jaros, we have over 40 years of experience helping accident victims in New York recover compensation. The clients we represent benefit from the personal attention of our knowledgeable and experienced attorneys.

We Have Recovered Over $2 Billion for Our Clients.

The attorneys at Jaroslawicz & Jaros have obtained verdicts and settlements of over $1 Million for hundreds of our individual clients. Since all New York personal injury law firms generally charge the same legal fee why not hire an experienced law firm with a proven track record?

When you retain the New York City accident lawyers at Jaroslawicz & Jaros, you will always work directly with your lawyer, and not with a paralegal or secretary. We will always be available to you! Our hundreds of positive client reviews and testimonials speak for themselves.

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You can reach partner Abraham Jaros directly, either call his cell 917-842-9544, or email him at ajaros@lawjaros.com. Or call Jaroslawicz & Jaros at 212 227 2780 in New York, or toll free 800-269-2780, or submit an online questionnaire.

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