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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Adamo v. National Railroad Passenger Corp.

71 AD3d 557 (2010). 897 NYS2d 85. MAUREEN ADAMO et al., Appellants, v. NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORP., et al., Respondents. 2406, 102506/06. Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York, First Department. Decided March 23, 2010. ...

Zuckerberg v. Port Auth. of NY & NJ

... (see Grasso v Long Is. RR, 306 AD2d 378, 378 [2003].) Thus, to establish liability under FELA, a plaintiff must show that the negligence of the railroad played "any part, even the slightest" in producing the railroad employee's injury. (Aparicio v Norfolk & Western Ry. ...

Zuckerberg v. Port Auth.

... (See Grasso v Long Is. RR, 306 AD2d 378, 378-379 [2003].) Thus, to establish liability under FELA, a plaintiff must show that the negligence of the railroad played "any part, even the slightest" in producing the railroad employee's injury. (Aparicio v Norfolk & W. Ry. ...