• $20 Million

    Dennis M. Donnelly, represented a family of a birth injury case consisting of severe medical malpractice when delayed childbirth and the failure to monitor resulted in a severe brain injury, Cerebral Palsy.

  • $14 Million

    Dennis M. Donnelly, represented a family in this wrongful birth action.

  • $4.5 Million

    Dennis Donnelly settled a case involving complex issues of medical malpractice during a forceps delivery.

  • $3.9 Million

    A young father was killed by an explosion while pumping a flammable chemical into a recirculating pump on his employer's truck.

  • $3.84 Million

    In the spring of 1998, 31-year-old plaintiff presented to the Ob/Gyn practice of Dr. Stuart Miro and Dr. Judith Stavis, Miro & Stavis, M.D., P.C. in Pomona, N.Y. She was interested in becoming pregnant and the doctors gave her advice.

  • $3.75 Million
    Dennis Donnelly represented a man who was paralyzed when the SUV he was riding in rolled over on a highway after to lost control. The driver of the SUV said that it began to fishtail after a slight lane correction. The unexpected loss of directional control caused ever increasing yaws (sliding of the back end of the vehicle). After several maneuvers, the SUV rolled over on the road way. During the roll the SUV's roof structure completely collapsed driving into the head of the man and fracturing his spine. As with many accidents and injuries there was more than one cause for this one. In fact, it's been recognized good practice by the auto industry for more than 2 decades to design cars to deal with pre-crash, during-crash and post-crash events that could cause injury to the people who buy their cars. Dennis uncovered the fact that a key safety technology - Electronic Stability Control or "ESC" - was planned and tested for inclusion in the SUV by the company's engineers but was never installed. We worked with a team of engineers to retrofit and test the same SUV with the company's existing ESC system to show that it was an inexpensive and easy fix that would have prevented the rollover from ever occurring, but Dennis did not stop there. He also worked with another team of engineers to show that the SUV's roof was so weak that it failed recognized industry strength tests. While the manufacturer argued that the roof met the minimum government standard, Dennis proved that it could be made much safer by the addition of steel costing only a few dollars. The case settled prior to trial for $3.75 million.
  • $3.75 Million

    Dennis Donnelly, and Abraham Milgraum represented the estate of a young up and coming fashion model whose life and career came to a tragic end when the taxi cab she was riding in was struck in the rear and burst into flames while stalled on the New Jersey Turnpike.

  • $3.5 Million

    In 1984 caused a previously healthy three year-old to suffer seizures which left her profoundly retarded and spastic.

  • $3.1 Million

    Our team obtained a verdict in a wrongful death case involving medical malpractice in the form of a delayed diagnosis of cancer.

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