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Millions of Dollars Won for Victims of Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice

At Cherundolo Law Firm, PLLC, we are proud of our legacy of success, because it shows how we have been able to help countless individuals and families in our community recover and move forward from serious injuries and accidents. Over the years, our Syracuse attorneys have recovered millions of dollars for our clients. We invite you to browse some of our recent case results to learn more about how our team has helped victims of medical malpractice and general negligence obtain the justice and fair recoveries they were owed.

  • $47,100,000
    The Largest Award in Onondaga County

    Automobile/product liability action against snow plow manufacturer after client sustained a brain injury (Supreme Court, Onondaga County).

  • $17,000,000
    Injured in a Pedestrian Bridge Collapse
    Legal action taken against the state of New York after a pedestrian bridge collapse left a client severely injured.
  • $9,000,000
    Car Accident Results in Brain Damage

    Legal action taken against a pickup truck driver and owner and manufacturer after client was broadsided, sustaining severe brain damage (Supreme Court, Onondaga County).

  • $8,500,000
    Truck Accident Results in Quadriplegia

    Legal action taken against a trucking company and truck manufacturer after a client was injured and left a quadriplegic (Supreme Court, Onondaga County).

  • $5,500,000
    Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

    Legal action taken against an SUV manufacturer and repair shop for personal injury and wrongful death (Supreme Court, Onondaga County).

  • $5,500,000
    Airplane Crash Results in Death
    Legal action taken against an airplane manufacturer after a crash resulting in severe burns and wrongful death (Federal District Court, Northern District of New York).