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Law.com | June 2019

Attorneys Thomas A. Moore and Matthew Gaier wrote an article for Law.com titled, “Update on New York State’s Medical Indemnity Fund.”

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Law.com | April 2019

Attorneys Thomas A. Moore and Matthew Gaier wrote an article for Law.com titled, “Recent Decisions Affecting Discovery.”

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Law.com | February 2019

Attorneys Thomas A. Moore and Matthew Gaier wrote an article for Law.com titled, “‘Bleed Out’—The Movie.”

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Lawdragon | February 2019

Judith Livingston and Tom A. Moore are inducted to Lawdragon’s 2019 Hall of Fame.

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New York Post | February 2019

A Queens family is suing the city Department of Education, saying a nurse dislodged their disabled son’s breathing tube, which sent him into cardiac arrest and ultimately killed him. “He began to gasp for air. [The nurse] said, ‘Stop!’ But she couldn’t see if the trach had dislodged — it had dislodged internally. He evolved into respiratory arrest,” said Carmine Rubino, the attorney representing the family.

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Cision | November 2018

Kramer Dillof Livingston & Moore wins $13 Million for family after their mother’s wrongful death.

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New York Post | November 2018

$13 million was awarded to the family of a mother who died after having botched surgery. Judith Livingston represented the family.

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Law.com | March 2017

A New York University student was awarded a $29.3 million verdict after falling from a faulty East Village fire. “After long, long litigation, a lot of motion work and then briefs to the appellate division, our position was vindicated,” stated New York personal injury lawyer Thomas A. Moore.

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New York Post | March 2017

A former New York University student got a $29 million settlement over a 2008 fall from a fire escape that left her a paraplegic. She was represented by Thomas A. Moore of KDLM.

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New York Law Journal | October 2016

Thomas Moore and Carmine Rubino from Kramer, Dillof, Livingston & Moore earned a $4.2 million settlement on behalf of a man who died to undiagnosed endocarditis.

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