Wigdor LLP organized a press conference for previous Wigdor LLP clients as well as their family and friends, to unite in support of the victims of the East Harlem tragedy. Together they called on Con Ed and New York City to replace the City’s crumbling, utility-related infrastructure with safe, modern equipment. Wigdor LLP, having represented four prior victims of alleged Con Edison negligence, knows firsthand the devastation these incidents cause to victims and their families. Currently the firm represents Kim Tinnin, the mother of Lauren Abraham who tragically died as a result of a downed power line outside her home during Hurricane Sandy in a lawsuit against Con Edison. Wigdor LLP has worked tirelessly to achieve justice for victims of Con Edison negligence and will continue to fight for a safer New York.
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