Blay-Gordon v. LIPA, et al

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Brief Description of Case:

Plaintiff alleged personal injuries sustained as the result of a trip and fall over a metal rod near a sidewalk in front of a house owned by our client.

Court or Jury’s Decision and Reasoning:

The court granted summary judgment in favor of our client as he was an absentee landlord who had no notice of or responsibility for the metal object over which plaintiff claimed to have tripped.

The Best Possible Defense


Michael T. Reagan

Thomas J. Nemia

Party We Represent:

Jack Cipriano- absentee landlord


Supreme Court, Suffolk County


August 2018