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Lower back injury-
Clients vehicle was struck at an intersection by adverse vehicle causing
serious lower back injuries requiring surgery. We hired a medical illustrator
to show the jury the injuries. Case settled.
Neck injury MVA-
Adverse driver struck clients vehicle in the back causing serious injuries.
We hired a nurse to attend the defense medical examination to record the
defense medical examination. Case settled.
Slip and Fall-
Client slipped and fell on ice in a driveway leading to her building and
suffered serious leg injuries, Defense argued that the ice was visable.
We hired a weather expert to show the ice formed recently and was not visable.
Lower back injury-
Clients car was struck by a car that lost its breaks. Client sustained
serious neck injuries requiring surgery. We hired a medical illustrator
to show the jury the clients injuries. Clients doctor testified that the
injuries were serious, Case settled.
Eligible for cancellation of removal
We represented a lawful permanent resident from the Dominican Republic
who was returning from a trip abroad. He had a prior conviction for aggravated
assault and was charged by USCIS as inadmissible as an arriving alien
for a crime of moral turpitude. We argued our client was eligible for
cancellation of removal. Immigration court judge agreed and granted relief.
Cancellation of Removal for Green Card Holder
Cancellation of Removal for a Permanent Resident
Our client, a long term green card holder, father of two US citizen children,whose
wife was also a US citizen was granted cancellation of removal after a
three year legal fight with ICE. He initially came into contact with ICE
after he left the US on his homeymoon and reentered. He was stopped because
he had several prior drug convections and placed into removal also known
We successfully presented his case to the Immigration Court in Newark NJ
and convinced them the the drug convictions were not felonies according
to the Federal Law. After a long day of testimony he was granted cancellation
of removal and is now eligible for Naturalization. Congrats!!
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