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Jeremy J. Schiowitz

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Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney in New York, NY

Isaacson, Schiowitz & Korson, LLP
5 Penn Plaza, 23rd Floor
New York, NY 10001
Phone: 212-267-6557
Fax: 866-240-4535
Selected to Super Lawyers: 2014 - 2021
Licensed in New York Since: 2004
Education: Brooklyn Law School
Practice Areas: Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff
Attorney Profile

Highly Experienced Personal Injury Attorney. No Fee Unless Successful.

I am a nice, hard working attorney who gives clients the personal attention they deserve. The cases I handle are typically worth anywhere from $10,000 to $10,000,000. However, I work just as hard on the smaller cases as I do on the larger cases. I pride myself on making myself available for my clients at all times and getting the best possible results for them.

About Jeremy J. Schiowitz

First Admitted: 2003, New Jersey

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  • $660,000 – Settlement reached on behalf of 90 year old woman who was hit by a bus while crossing the street, resulting in an amputation of her leg.  , 2018
  • $5,000,000 - Settlement reached for pain and suffering and loss of income after blowing the whistle on employer who was committing fraud., 2018
  • $1,100,000 – Settlement reached after winning summary judgment where the plaintiff slipped and fell on ice cream that was dropped on the floor and was not cleaned up, sustaining back injuries resulting in surgery., 2017
  • $900,000 RECOVERY Defendant gym teacher insists on 17 year-old in second trimester participating despite request by student that she mother be excused from gym class - Mother falls after being tagged during touch football games Labor five days later and premature delivery - Primarily physical deficits involving contractures - Need for physical and occupational therapy - Good long term prognosis.Richmond County, NY In this action the plaintiff contended that although the 17-year old student was in her second trimester and had requested that she be excused from gym class because of the pregnancy. The teachei insisted on her participating in touch football since she did not have a physician's note. The plaintiff related that when she was tagged with some force during the game, she fell. The plaintiff contended that the trauma precipitated premature labor and delivery at approximately six months five days later. The plaintiff maintained that the prematurity caused physical deficits largely involving contractures which create difficulties with walking. The child has undergone extensive physical and occupational therapy and the prognosis for the child, currently ? is good. The defendant maintained that if there was a causal connection between the incident and the onset of labor,significantly less time than five days would have elapsed and that the plaintiff's claims should be rejected. The plaintiff's expert ob/gyn contended that the delay was not sufficient to change his opinion that the trauma was causally related to the premature birth. The evidence would have reflected that the mother had a prior and a subsequent miscarriage. The case settled prior to trial for $900,000., 2014
  • $800,000 - Settlement reached on behalf of the plaintiff who was sideswiped by another vehicle resulting in soft tissue injuries to his neck, back and shoulder., 2016
  • 570,000 – Settlement reached for a 61 year old who tripped and fell on a sidewalk and diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome., 2018
  • $1,000,000 RECOVERY Secs. 240 (1) and 241 (6) of Labor Law - Plaintiff falls from ladder with no rubber feet that was being held by co-worker who slips on extensive dust at construction site floor that remained despite prior complaints - Plaintiff falls 3-4 rungs onto edge of dumpster and then to floor - Lumbar herniation Recommended surgery not yet undergone - Shoulder tear - Arthroscopic surgery - Alleged inability to work.New York County, NY The plaintiff construction worker at a construction site, 46 at the time, contended that he was provided an unsafe wooden ladder that did not contain rubber feet and that Sec. 240 (1) was violated. The plaintiff also contended that there was extensive dust on the work site floor that was not cleaned despite prior complaints. The plaintiff fell 3-4 rungs, struck the edge of a dumpster and then fell to the floor. The plaintiff maintained that he suffered a lumbar herniation that was confirmed by MRI and which will cause permanent symptoms.The evidence would have disclosed that fusion surgery has been recommended and that the plaintiff indicated that he will attempt to avoid the surgery for as long as possible. The plaintiff also contended that he suffered a shoulder that will cause some permanent symptoms despite good results from arthroscopic surgery. The plaintiff also maintained that he is permanently unemployable. The defendant denied that the incident caused the claimed injuries or that the plaintiff is unable to work. The case settled prior to trial for $1,000,000., 2015
  • $2,800,000 settlement settlement for 74 year old man who was killed while crossing the street by a truck making a left turn which didn't yield the right of way.  , 2015

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  • New York State Lawyers Association
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Office Location for Jeremy J. Schiowitz

5 Penn Plaza, 23rd Floor
New York, NY 10001

Last Updated: 3/31/2021

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