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Upper East Side »

She wanted to sue her 12-year-old nephew for jumping on her and breaking her wrist in the process.

Claremont »

Residents of Morris Houses have been fighting for repairs since last September.

Upper East Side »

Chanos was a guarantor for a woman who stopped paying rent for a 5th Ave. apartment, the suit alleges. 

Central Harlem »

Alex Bell has filed three lawsuits against the company, claiming truck parking impedes his rides.

Melrose »

Miguel Torruella still has marks on his right torso from the stun gun, according to a lawsuit.

Upper East Side »

Remains of a 92-year-old woman sent through the United States Postal Service were never received.

Midtown »

Bernadette Roberts was arrested and forced to leave her learning-disabled son to wander Midtown alone.

Civic Center »

The state says a city worker crashed a vehicle into an overhead sign on the Henry Hudson Parkway.

East Village »

The family said they were taken to court because they could not point out a rent error to NYCHA workers.

Starrett City »

The nation's largest federally subsidized housing complex is accused of discrimination.

Mott Haven »

Leslie Noble, a 54-year-old security guard who lives near the Opera House Hotel, is suing the business.

Central Harlem »

The 133-year-old home on Astor Row is missing floors, walls and most of a roof.

West Village »

GustOrganics' investors say the owner turned the restaurant vegan without consulting them.

Financial District »

A Queens man broke his ankle after slipping on a smooth part of the plaque, a lawsuit claims.

Sunset Park »

The CCRB ruled that the officer should lose vacation days for acting improperly.