Results & Settlements


Jeffrey W. Varcadipane was retained to assist a NYC personal injury firm whose client’s injuries far exceeded available insurance coverage. Through a separately filed action under New York’s Debtor and Creditor Law, Mr. Varcadipane secured assets worth more than $1 million above the available insurance policy, which paved the way for Plaintiff’s recovery of a $1,750,000 settlement.

The medical malpractice in this action arose on October 13, 2000 in a delivery room at Woodhull Hospital in Brooklyn during the infant plaintiff’s birth. It is alleged that the doctors failed to appropriately deliver the infant causing her to sustain shoulder dystocia which resulted in Erb’s Palsy of her right upper extremity. As a result, the infant required physical therapy to her right arm. The New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation agreed to settle the action and fund a structured settlement on behalf of the infant which will produce period payments throughout her lifetime.


Jeffrey W. Varcadipane secures appellate court victory on behalf of trial counsel who had defeated defendants’ motion to change venue from Kings County to Nassau County. Dyer v. 930 Flushing, LLC; 118 A.D.3d 742 (June 11, 2014)


Jeffrey W. Varcadipane Secured a Settlement of just over $570,000 on behalf of Brooklyn woman injured by negligently maintained sidewalk. Jeffrey W. Varcadipane’s client suffered from a torn meniscus of her knee that required surgery.


Jeffrey W. Varcadipane recently filed an action under New Jersey’s Conscientious Employee Protection Act NJSA. 34:19-1 et seq (CEPA) , against a major national corporation.


Jeffrey W. Varcadipane recently obtained a six-figure settlement on behalf of clients under New Jersey’s Consumer Fraud Act related to mortgage fraud.Jeffrey W. Varcadipane recently obtained a six-figure settlement on behalf of clients under New Jersey’s Consumer Fraud Act related to mortgage fraud.


Jeffrey W. Varcadipane recently won an appeal in New York’s Second Department, Appellate Division, which upheld the lower court’s grant of summary judgment on its client’s claim under New York Debtor and Creditor Law (the fraudulent conveyance statute).


Plaintiff slipped and fell in a Brooklyn supermarket on December 8, 2011 due to a freshly mopped floor with no signs or notice posted to warn customers of the wet floor. Plaintiff ruptured her Achilles tendon and required surgery. During litigation, Dawn M. Pinnisi discovered that the supermarket captured the accident on surveillance video. When the supermarket alleged to have lost the video, an application was made to the Court and the Judge ruled that the jury could infer that the video would have supported Plaintiff’s version of the accident.

In this lawsuit, it was alleged that a general surgeon failed to provide his patient, the plaintiff, with the findings of a CT Scan taken at a Brooklyn, New York hospital causing a significant delay in the diagnosis and treatment of left urothelial cancer. Ms. Pinnisi hired an expert urologist who opined that as a result of the surgeon’s failure, his patient suffered the loss of her left kidney.


In the matter, Pizzaro v. 3301 Atlantic, New York Supreme Court, Kings County, Jeffrey W. Varcadipane secured $225,000 on behalf of a personal injury plaintiff who had secured a judgment against an uninsured and bankrupt limited liability company. Faced with potential claims under New York Debtor and Creditor Law for fraudulent conveyances of assets, Jeffrey W. Varcadipane recovered payment of nearly the entire amount of the underlying default judgement.

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