Thursday, November 29, 2007

But Seriously...

A law firm that had been sued by a former client for malpractice sought summary judgment, claiming that the client had not suffered a serious injury as defined by New York insurance law and that the malpractice complaint failed as a result. Unfortunately, the firm had filed a verified complaint on behalf of the client that alleged that the client had been seriously injured. The New York Appellate Division for the Second Judicial Department affirmed the trial court's order denying summary judgment to the firm. (Mike Frisch)

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