When deciding where to live in New York City, it helps to accept one truth early on in your search: No single neighborhood will have everything you want—you can get a good deal, or a decent-sized place, or a good location, but rarely all three together. And while it might be easy to prioritize what’s most important to you, even the most seasoned New Yorker can have a hard time choosing a neighborhood that…

Max Touhey When deciding where to live in New York City, it helps to accept one truth early on in your search: No single neighborhood will have everything you want—you can get a good deal, or a decent-sized place, or a good location, but rarely all three together. And […]

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  1. If you decide to live in Sheepshead Bay, beware of one mega litigious crook:

    SHEEPSHEAD BAY FRAUDSTER CASE vs HOME DEPOT DISMISSED BY SUPREME COURT JUDGE

    Fraudster Danny Crichigno, 54, of 2814 Avenue Z, Brooklyn failed to shake down the Cropsey Avenue Home Depot for a large undisclosed sum of money for a “fake right knee injury” he allegedly sustained pushing a shopping cart. As with any monetary fraud, NYS Supreme Court judge Johnny Lee Baynes ruled on January 9, 2020 that he found no factuality or merit to support Crichigno’s frivolous personal injury claim he filed in 30 July, 2019.

    Judge Baynes tossed the vexatious suit when he found Crichigno’s claim baseless.

    While claiming to allegedly suffer “severe and permanent personal injuries to his right knee and other parts of his body,” Crichigno was concurrently agile with no discomfort or pain to his right knee or other body area, as he falsely claimed in his suit.
    Crichigno’s fraudulent personal injury claim was a failed attempt to extort a large monetary sum from Home Depot. Hence, the Supreme Court justice threw out Crichigno’s case “with prejudice,” which permanently bars Crichigno from ever bringing an action before the court on the same or similar claim.

    The judge’s decision was a final judgment and the Crichigno fraudulent case was closed permanently.

    Read more here: https://www.docketalarm.com/cases/New_York_State_Kings_County_Supreme_Court/516696—2019/DANNY_CRICHIGNO_v._HOME_DEPOT_U.S.A._INC./

    News reports found here:
    https://dannycrichigno.yolasite.com/
    https://dannycrichignofraudster.weebly.com/

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