In this day and age, cell phones have become indispensable for most people. With any device which has batteries and a charging apparatus, there are product defects that can possibly cause personal injury. There have been cases of cell phones exploding while charging, shocking users, and most recently, causing second-degree burns.
At Levine and Slavit, PLLC, our car accident attorneys protect the rights of those who have been injured due to the fault or actions of another person or party. Burn injuries are one such type of injury that is often preventable. Those who suffer from a burn injury due to the fault or negligence of another are left to deal … Read the rest
State utilities regulators hit the Consolidated Edison of New York, Inc. with an $18 million penalty yesterday for its service disruptions last year, the largest the state Public Service Commission has imposed against Con Ed. The blackouts included a nine-day blackout in western Queens effecting Astoria and Long Island City that left about 174,000 people without power for as long … Read the rest
Consolidated Edison has filed a Notice of Claim with the City of New York alleging that leaking cold water caused the steam pipe explosion that occurred on July 18, 2007, near the intersection of Lexington Avenue and East 41st Street in Manhattan. The filing of a notice of claim is a prerequisite to instituting a lawsuit.
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Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. and Consolidated Edson, Inc. have filed an application in New York State Supreme Court, New York County, requesting that the Justices of the Litigation Coordinating Panel accept this matter for the scheduling and completion of pre-trial matters in New York County regarding all lawsuits thus far filed and those to be filed regarding … Read the rest
A hearing was held before the Committee on Consumer Affairs of the New York City Council August 7th, 2007, into what caused the Consolidated Edison steam pipe explosion in Midtown Manhattan on July 18th. Council members were exasperated by the failure of Con Eds chairman and chief executive, Kevin M. Burke, to appear at the hearing, particularly in light … Read the rest