- 0,99 €
Beschreibung des Verlags
Plaintiff brought the instant action to recover the value of his automobile, which was impounded by the defendant City of New York (City) on or about May 8, 2003, due to his failure to pay parking violation fines (Affirmation of Joel S. Stuttman, Esq. in Support of Motion [Stuttman Aff.], Ex. C). After plaintiff paid the fines, he sent his son to the City's storage lot on or about May 19, 2003 to retrieve his car, and it could not be located. Plaintiff contacted his current attorney in February 2004 regarding this matter. In the reply, plaintiff explained further that, shortly after his vehicle was lost, he became bedridden as a result of a stroke and he remains bedridden to date (Reply Affidavit of Abraham Phillipe [Phillipe Reply Aff.], at ¶ 6). In addition, plaintiff explained that he had difficulty retaining an attorney in connection with this matter and the attorney whom he initially retained failed to follow through with the matter (id, at ¶ 7).