Video

Our video library contains several short videos that will help you understand the process of pursuing a personal injury action. You’ll also learn what constitutes a personal injury under the law, and hear some examples of cases that Curan & Ahlers concluded successfully for their clients.


Case Studies

Case Study: Failure To Diagnose Breast Cancer
Curan & Ahlers was asked to help a forty year old woman in Brooklyn, New York, regarding a condition that was not diagnosed properly. The woman had a mammogram performed at a hospital and was told that everything in the images looked good …
Case Study: Brain Damaged Baby
Curan & Ahlers represented a child who was a twin, and who was born brain damaged. During the pregnancy, at a routine examination, the doctor noticed that twin A and twin B were suddenly very different in size, as compared from the mother’s last examination. In the prenatal care of twins this is an automatic red flag indicating that something might be wrong …
Case Study: Heart Attack Ignored While Patient Is In Coronary Care
Curan & Ahlers represented a hardworking familiy-man from Rockland County, New York, who was married 30-plus years, had three children and ran his own carpentry business. One night while at home he thought he was having a heart attack. His wife called an ambulance and they went to the hospital …
Case Study: DA’s Mistake Leads to Assault On Wife
Curan & Ahlers brought an action in Queens County against the District Attorney’s Office on behalf of a woman who was attacked and stabbed by her husband. After the attack the police caught and arrested the man, who it turned out had shot his first wife and served five years for the crime. His current wife was assured that, with such a record, her husband would not be released under any circumstances …
Case Study: False Arrest of Innocent Woman
It’s unfortunate, but occasionally a case against the police department arises. In this instance Curan & Ahlers represented a woman who was falsely arrested when the police department acted too quickly, and not as they should in the normal course of their duty …