37-year-old Electrician was injured when equipment he was working on as part of a construciton project at a telecommunications building failed and caused an explosion. He was left with serious, permanent injuries to his right arm and was unable to return to gainful employment.
$145,000 (Trial Verdict)
37-year-old Electrician tripped over debris in an exit-way from the room he was working in. The general contractor failed to clean up the area, which was their job. He landed on his knee and required two surgeries. This was a trial verdict.
94-year-old wheelchair-bound man falls violently within a para-transit vehicle. The driver failed to secure the straps that keep the wheelchair safely fixed in place. The injury resulted in death within 2 1/2 months.
The Attorneys of Dwyer & Coogan, P.C. have dedicated their careers to the cause of justice - working tirelessly on behalf of their clients. Our goal is to secure recovery for those who have been injured.
Our Commitment to YOU
The Attorneys of Dwyer & Coogan, P.C. have dedicated their careers to the cause of justice – working tirelessly on behalf of their clients. Our goal is to secure recovery for those who have been injured either through the negligence of others, or on the job.
We will give you a fair, honest assessment of your case at no cost. And we do not get paid ourselves, until the job of obtaining justice for our clients is complete.
Meet the Attorneys
Life has many surprises, some of which are not pleasant and many times almost tragic. My 95 year old Mother and I were involved in a very serious car accident, in which my car was totaled. We were ambulanced to the hospital in serious condition. Life also presents us with many important decisions, which could be life altering. I contacted Jim Coogan, whom I knew to be knowledgeable in this area of law. It was a decision that turned out to be very wise.
Jim was always very accessible and approachable and handled the entire matter in an exceptionally professional manner. During the entire legal process he was brilliant, and yet always caring and considerate during our hospitalization. Due to Jim’s outstanding efforts the entire episode came to a most satisfactory conclusion.
-Life Has Many Surprises (Car Crash)