Frekhtman & Associates, a New York personal injury law firm obtained a jury verdict of $2,800,000.00 for a construction worker who was injured when a temporary light fixture fell from the ceiling and struck him on the head. The plaintiff was laying tiles onto the wall inside a New York City Transit Authority station near Yankee Stadium at 161st Street in the Bronx, New York. At trial, the plaintiff presented evidence of his injury including a subdural hematoma, PET-SCAN evidence of a mild traumatic brain injury (MBTI), and herniated discs in his neck. Despite video surveillance by the defendant of plaintiff working after the accident, the jury found for the plaintiff and awarded $2,800,000 in total. The Appeals Court, Second Department Appellate Division, affirmed the jury award on liability and damages. The Second Department reduced the award from $2,800,000 to approximately $1,600,000.00. Defendant, the New York City Transit Authority, has expressed an intention to file a motion for leave to appeal to the Court of Appeals, which is the highest Court in New York.