In 2010, a jury awarded Thomas Hartmann $19,604,000 after it was determined that his civil rights were violated when police used excessive force to arrest him. New York attorney Daniel J Hansen and Harvey Weitz represented the victim.
Daniel J. Hansen and Douglas Milch Win $900,000 after Landlord’s Inaction Allowed the Fatal Beating of Gene Hop
On May 30,2004, Gene Hop (age 57) was assaulted and robbed near the entrance to his apartment building on 550 Ocean Ave in Brooklyn. He sustained a severe injury to his head and was transported to Kings County Hospital Center in Brooklyn. There he underwent a craniectomy and two ventriculostomies before slipping into a coma…. read more
Our very own Daniel J. Hansen was recently selected to the 2015 New York Metro Super Lawyers list. This honor is only bestowed on only a select few lawyers who have consistently exhibited excellence in their practice. Each year no more than 5% of lawyers in the State of New York are chosen by the… read more
Douglas Milch is currently litigating a consumer class action arising out of improper motor vehicle towing charges and fees collected by New York City sheriffs towing consumer’s cars under a so-called “scofflaw” program. The case is scheduled for trial in November. If you paid fees to a New York City sheriff to avoid having your vehicle towed or paid fees after retrieving your towed vehicle, you might be part of this class.
Super Lawyers Magazine has selected Hansen & Associates, LLP partner Daniel Hansen as one of the top trial lawyers in the New York area for 2014.
Daniel Hansen was quoted in an article about the departments historical use of deadly force.
Daniel Hansen interviewed live by Fox News to discuss 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund benefits for Ground Zero workers.
New York attorney, Daniel Hansen, appeared last week on CNN to criticize the NIOSH decision to exclude cancer from the conditions covered for compensation.
New York attorney Daniel Hansen was interviewed for a BBC documentary on the 9/11 victims compensation fund established by the Zadroga 9/11 Act.
The largest verdict for a single plaintiff in a police excessive force case… and the “largest police excessive-force award on Long Island in recent memory.”
Douglas Milch mentioned in connection with landmark lawsuit that led to LIRR/MTA “Watch the Gap” campaign.
Douglas Milch quoted in report on activation of airport monorail after death of an operator during testing.