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How Long Should You Be Sore After A Car Accident?



Have you ever been in a car accident? If yes! then you must know how it feels. After an accident, survivors tend to not experience much pain, rather they have a sore body, and they feel shaken up. Other than that, you may also go through a lot of emotions that tend to confuse and anger you, and you may ask yourself, “why did this happen to me?”

Many things happen to your body, along with soreness, and you should be aware of it. This article deeply discusses what happens after the traumatic event and what to expect, so keep reading!

What is the extent of soreness and is it serious?

Mostly, the soreness lasts up to 2-3 days, depending on the severity of the accident. Sometimes, it might last longer, and the pain aggravates to the extent of great discomfort, causing the case to become serious; it might require serious medical attention and, in some cases, even surgery.

If you think that your discomfort might go away with time, then you have no idea of the risks. You can contact an auto injury attorney to get more help regarding your case. The attorney will help you receive the compensation required for the recovery of your injury.

Do not ignore your injuries and seek medical attention

Why risk your health? Why even think about not going to the hospital? Always seek medical attention after a car accident to be super sure you’re not seriously hurt because sometimes the injuries are internal, and you won’t even know about it ever; only a doctor will be able to identify the severity of your injury. Even if you experience a minor car accident, never be delusional enough to ignore going to the doctor.

Those who ignore the pain and delay their hospital visit will experience their wounds/injuries to aggravate and become more damaged than they were initially. This might cause many issues in your medical insurance, and the insurer might say that your current injuries result from postponed medical attention. At the time of the car accident, there weren’t any serious injuries, to begin with. This results in the insurance company not paying for your medical bill.

What Injuries Result In Soreness After An Accident?

Well! Minor car accidents result in 2-3 days of body soreness, but severe accidents will cause the body to become sore for six weeks or even longer. So it’s better that you follow your doctor’s instructions and take his medical advice seriously to get back on your feet as soon as possible. The standard tests for determining your injuries include the following:

1.         Magnetic Resonance Imaging MRI

2.         X-rays (to know if there are any broken bones).

3.         Range of motion testing.

Many people fail to get their medical treatment on time. Many don’t follow their doctor’s instructions which cause them to be sore and experience pain for longer periods; plus, the insurance company also denies the claim to your medical insurance and doesn’t pay for anything. So please go to the doctor and go through the standard testing procedure; this minor step you take today will save you from many regrets in the future.

What’s The Most Common Injury To Experience After A Car Accident?

People experience whiplash most of the time after a car accident. It’s the most common injury to go through, causing the body to become sore for a longer period. Whiplash is a neck injury caused by a forceful movement of the neck (back and forth movement) that can even cause the neck to break. According to the experienced auto injury attorneys, for a whiplash injury, the car can also be moving at a slow speed, so only high speed is not required for it. This injury has been caused by so many incidents where the car moved at a low-speed rate and just took a turn or so. Your neck snaps back and forth, and the fragile tissues of your soldiers and back are damaged when the rear end of your car gets impacted by another vehicle.

Whiplash Symptoms

After the accident, your body is sore, and whiplash symptoms take some time to appear on the body. This is because after an accident, your body goes through an adrenaline rush that causes the body to fight the pain, and it takes some time for you to fully relax. Apart from soreness, there are other whiplash symptoms as well. These include the following;

·         Jaw pain

·         Experiencing nausea

·         Dizziness

·         Severe or minor headache

·         Vision becomes blurry

·         Depression

·         Insomnia

·         Pain in the jaw

·         Neck stiffness

Whiplash Treatment

The average time for people to recover from whiplash is 1-2 months. Your doctor may give you a ton of pain relievers along with muscle relaxers during the initial recovery days because those are the most painful days to go through. Other than medication and drugs, the doctor recommends many physical exercises like regular massages, chiropractic therapy, neck exercises, hot and cold therapy, etc.

Acute Whiplash may cause the patient to cease their everyday tasks like driving, working, and other normal day routines. So this can negatively affect your lifestyle and to compensate for it contact Salvi. Schostok & Pritchard P.C. – Chicago auto injury attorney to receive the proper compensation you deserve and get paid for the defendant’s expensive medical bills.

What Other Injuries to Expect After a Car Accident?

After a car accident, you can expect whiplash as it is the most common injury. However, you might experience the following as well;

1.         Torn ligaments

2.         Disc injuries

3.         Hairline fractures to the bone

4.         Strained or sprained ankles and joints.

5.         Injury to the soft tissues.

So get yourself checked out after an accident to be double sure you aren’t experiencing any of the injuries mentioned above.

When Will The Pain Go Away?

After a car accident, a certain pain level is normal to experience. In fact ! not experiencing any pain at all is considered very worrying. You will go through a painful period in the initial days but how long your body goes through it depends on the severity of the accident and other factors. These may include the following;

1.         The car’s speed

2.         Your vehicle size

3.         The size of the other vehicle that you collided with

4.         How were you sitting in the vehicle?

5.         Which position were you sitting at?

6.         If you have any previous injuries

7.         The crash location

8.         The type of car you were in

All of the points mentioned above are just assumptions, and we can never 100% figure out the extent of the injuries based on these questions. For a proper diagnosis, visit a medical center to be clear of all the doubts and risks.

My Pain has occurred Out Of Nowhere. Do I Need To Worry?

Many people go through a car accident and come out fine without any injuries or pain, yet they start feeling pain and discomfort after a little while, which is shocking and scary most of the time. It’s not a big deal and nothing to worry about as it is very common. In the beginning, they’re fine, but after a few days or weeks, it feels as if a big rock was thrown at them out of nowhere.

There are high risks of a brain injury or a spinal cord injury that don’t appear at the moment and takes a few days to show. If you’re seeing all the red flags and have not consulted a doctor or a physician yet, then get yourself checked immediately. The fact that you are starting to feel the pain now and not then (at the time of the accident) won’t make this issue any less serious.

After So Many Weeks, I Am Still In Pain

Now, we’re no doctors to tell you what to do and what not. But still, it’s common sense to expect the pain to lessen rather than aggravate or get worse. Contact your doctor immediately if the pain becomes severe suddenly, and if the pain doesn’t lessen or go away, then there are other treatments you could think about getting. This may include:

1.         Surgery

2.         Prescribed drugs and medication

3.         Physical therapy

4.         Hot or cold therapy

5.         Massage therapy

6.         Transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation

7.         Chiropractic therapy

8.         Epidural steroid injections

Spinal Cord Injury As A Result Of A Car Accident

The number one cause of getting your spine injured to the extent of being paralyzed is car accidents. Your back may feel sore after the accident, but when it comes to spinal cord injury, you may experience a different type of pain, a pain that is so excruciating that you won’t be able to bear it. You may also experience severe pressure on your back. Are you experiencing any of these symptoms currently? Visit your nearest hospital right away!

Can My Accident Result In Chronic Pain?

Car accidents can be painful and quite a discomforting medical journey to go through, but in the end, you heal completely. Sometimes this might not be the case, and the accident can cause many problems to stay there forever. Chronic pain is usually caused in case of broken bones, head, back, and neck injuries. There are various ways to reduce the pain by using prescribed medicines, plus physical therapy is always an option.

For chronic injuries lasting for a lifetime, they can become seriously expensive to be treated. The regular hospital visits, buying medicines, the doctor’s fees, all of it may become too overwhelming. To treat the pain, the law permits to compensate for it, but the compensation is different depending on the cases. Contact an auto injury attorney to get an idea of how much compensation you should expect for the chronic pain treatment and what factors the courts consider after making a claim. The factors considered include:

1.         The severity of the pain

2.         Type of pain

3.         How the pain has affected your life

4.         How the pain has affected your job and income

5.         Whether your pain has affected your relationships

6.         Pain duration.

What Are The Treatment Costs After A Car Accident?

It sure does cost a lot, from the continuous hospital visits to the doctor’s fees and high medical bills. Treating your pain and relieving the discomfort comes to you at a heavy price. The most common costs to expect are:

Medical Bill:

Your main aim after a car accident is to get rid of the pain and heal as soon as possible. For this, you need surgery that helps relieve the pain; then you buy medicines for pain reduction, then you may visit a physical therapist to make sure the pain does occur again, and so on. This long process will, of course, cost you some heavy bucks.

You Lost Wages:

Experiencing back pain is very common after an accident which causes a person to miss 264 working days, according to a survey in the United States. The more you miss your workdays, the more your wages are cut. If you file a suit, you can compensate for your lost wages. Contact the auto injury attorney and get more information about the process today!

Loss of Relationships:

A person in pain tends to get cranky and chooses to stay in bed rather than hang out with friends and family. This affects your sexual life as well and might take a toll on your mental health too. These are some losses to take into consideration while making a personal injury claim.

No Enjoyment:

The back pain you go through causes you to stop running and participating in physical sports. If you’re a reader, enjoying your favorite book becomes hectic due to neck pain. As a person suffering from so many losses, you deserve to be compensated for the different physical pain along with the mental pain you’re going through.


When you are recovering after an accident, you experience difficulty in many forms. Life can become confusing, your daily routine is disturbed, and you experience losses in many forms. The most hectic part is the paying of bills and is even more frosting when it’s the other party that caused the accident in the first place. To compensate for your losses, contact an auto injury attorney to make sure you get what you deserve.

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Corruption In The Queens Divorce Courts Part 3



This is the 3rd part in a series of what I have witnessed while in court with my friend in her divorce case. Here is part 1 and part 2. Part of the reason I am writing this, is I do not believe this is an isolated case and there are those who are afraid to speak out for themselves. The violation of ones rights should be something we all fight for. In my friends case many of her rights were violated and sadly a lot of them by the attorney’s she’s had.

Before I start I went to tell you what happened last night. In re-reading and checking the first article I put up, I realized several links were taken down and I replaced with ones that weren’t. Miraculously they were back up today, so I am adding them here, here and here. Hopefully these links will not be taken down again.

Here is how this all started:

When my friend told me about her divorce case I was stunned. When I came to her house for the first time there was paper work in piles all over her house. She asked for my help and I agreed. In looking at this paper work, I saw so much. I immediately noticed what looked like insurance fraud. There were numerous checks from insurance companies. My friend had not noticed the amount or how many checks or claims were made in a short amount of time. Over a million. It was staggering. In a way it was like a gigantic puzzle.

The next day I went to court with her, because it was just going to be her and her attorney. As I have stated before, no-one should have to go through this alone. Her attorney was Alyssa Eisner, who was one of the rudest human beings I have ever met. She talked down to my friend, was condescending and kept telling her to shut up. The very first thing and last thing she said was “I need more money.” I tried to tell Ms. Eisner what I had discovered and asked did she want me as a witness and she said “No I knew nothing about the law.” I proceeded to tell her “I was a journalist and had read about the law.”

When I got into the courtroom Judge Viscovich asked the other side if I was to be a witness and they stated no. This happened the second time I was in court as well. In both occasions my friend was threatened with being thrown into Rikers and her attorney sat there stone cold silent.

Ms. Eisner told the Judge she was not prepared to go to trial.

In court Ms. Eisner, seemed more on her husbands side than my friend’s. Her attitude and her tactics seemed unrehearsed and rather shabby. Her performance made me want to know more, so I did research.

On lawyer ratings she rates poorly 1.7 out of 5

You can read here what other’s went through and it mirror’s what my friend went through.

A couple of days later I drove with my friend to Ms Eisner’s office, where my friend gave her the money she required.

The next time I was there, Ms Eisner again was impolite, discourteous and uncivil. Again the very first thing and last thing she said was “I need more money,” even though she had been paid a couple of days before. Though this day was to separate assets, my friend was sent home with Ms. Eisner not even objecting. The reason why was the Judge wanted the marital home appraised. The joke of this was this could easily have been done the next day, when they didn’t have court, but the Judge specifically ask for this date.

While at the appraisal, my friend slipped and fell and was not feeling well. During this time Ms. Eisner was texting both my friend and her daughter with her daughter answering what my friend should have been answering but couldn’t, because Ms. Eisner kept insisting that my friends daughter make discussion on her mother’s behalf. Her daughter did not have the power of attorney to do this, so why was Ms. Eisner texting her? When the decision’s had been made and was texted to her daughter her daughter told her “This was one of the worst deals ever made.”

The reason my friend had not been answering the texts was she was ill due to what later was diagnosed as a brain concussion. The fact is my friend could have died.

The next day in court, my friend told the Judge she was not well. He didn’t care. Ms Eisner actually for the first time since I had arrived stood up for her, because it was clear my friend was unwell.

The court went on that day for over two hours and the reason for this was Ms. Eisner now wanted off the case. This happened as my friend was not able to make discussions.

Because of the brain concussion, she was hospitalized, had to see a specialist and still has short memory problems.

Ms. Eisner was my friends lawyer for less than 3 months and made over $75,000. My question is for what?

By the way in the case where Dr. Robby Mahadeo was to be jailed for six months in Rikers Island, the reason for that was, that he objected to paying $88,000 in legal fees to Alyssa Eisner, his wife’s lawyer. The couple had a prenuptial agreement that clearly precluded such payments and yet Judge Viscovich took it upon himself to cancel it. This made it to NBC News.

Again, if you are in need of help, have more information, or can help please email us at

Inspector General’s Office

New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct, 61 Broadway, Suite 1200, New York, New York 10006

Marguerite A. Grays: Administrative Judge-Civil Term, Eleventh Judicial District: Presiding Justice – Commercial Division, Queens County: Queens County Supreme Court: 88-11 Sutphin Boulevard: Jamaica, NY 11435 (718) 298-1212

Grievance Committee for the Second, Eleventh, and Thirteenth Judicial Districts: Renaissance Plaza
335 Adams Street, Suite 2400: Brooklyn, NY 11201-3745: (718) 923-6300

The Queens Courier PO Box 610257, Bayside NY, 11361 Phone: 718–260–2500 718-224-5863

TimesLedger Elizabeth Aloni 45-17 Marathon Parkway Little Neck, NY 11362 718-260-4537

Queens Chronicles Mark Weidler  718-205-8000 x114 4161 Kissena Blvd Ste 2077 Flushing, NY 11355 (718) 886-8160 30 Rockefeller Plz Fl 7 New York City, NY 10012 (212) 664-4444


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16 Year Old Artist Henri Reed’s Debut Exhibition at Lux Contemporary



Lux Contemporary, the newest Chelsea gallery adjacent to Rolls Royce New York, will launch “Henri’s World,” a new solo exhibition by 16-year-old LA-based emerging artist, Henri Reed, on view from Friday, April 19th –  Sunday, May 19th at 270 11th Avenue in New York.

The gallery’s owner and renowned celebrity art dealer, Emanuel Friedman, will host an Invite-only artist reception on Thursday, April 18th from 5pm – 8pm. Expected attendees will include a selection of celebrities and pro athletes, who are collectors of Henri’s works.

Henri, who has already created buzz across the country with collectors in L.A., N.Y., Chicago and Miami, including Babyface, will also make his New York City debut as the featured artist at the New York International Auto Show at the Javits Center, where he has created “Year of the Draggin.” More than a painting, the work serves as a tribute to the thrill of drag racing and the spirited culture surrounding it, set in the Year of the Dragon.

Named to honor the enduring appeal of drag racing, this piece captures the essence of a timeless passion. While it fits into a show centered around cars, its significance goes beyond any specific moment in time. Instead, it invites viewers to experience the exhilaration of speed and competition, regardless of when they encounter it. As one admires “Year of the Draggin,” they’re not just looking at a painting—they’re feeling the pulse of a culture that spans generations. And while its creation may be rooted in a particular year, its impact promises to resonate far into the future, leaving viewers to wonder which era of drag racing it truly represents. The work will be spotlighted at the Manhattan Motor Cars booth, spotlighting all the biggest exotic brands like Rimac, Koenigsegg, Bugatti, Bentley, Porsche, Lamborghini and more.

The “Henri’s World” exhibit will take over Lux Contemporary’s gallery space, highlighting over a dozen impactful, large-scale canvases and wood works. The young artist’s highlighted works will include Completa, a work made of two weathered planks of wood that were lying around for weeks in Henri’s studio. He knew he wanted to use them and brought them together, aligning them side by side. With pencil in hand, he began to sketch, treating them not as separate entities but as a unified whole. This piece quickly became the artist’s favorite in the collection. Its significance extends beyond mere materiality, reflecting a profound truth about human connections. When we view others as individuals, we may see only their vulnerabilities. But when we come together, our collective strengths shine forth, overshadowing our weaknesses. “Completa” embodies this essence—the beauty of unity, the power of togetherness.

High on Heels, a depiction of the timeless bond between a loyal canine and its skeletal walker, going beyond life and death. The dog’s love and loyalty shine through, while the walker’s bones remind us of life’s fleeting nature. Yet, together, they show us that love can endure forever. One Million Dollar, a recreation of the dollar bill with a Henri spin pays homage to his brother with his favorite color being green and his birthday spotlighted within the piece. On April 17th, Henri will also be appearing as the featured artist at the New York Stock Exchange’s private gallery collection. He is the youngest artist to be shown in the gallery. The collection is curated by world-famous trader and extensive collector, the “Einstein of Wall Street”, Peter Tuchman. The NYSE’s gallery is seen by world leaders, business titans and foreign dignitaries.

“I paint with shadows and whispers, leaving clues for those who dare to decipher the riddles hidden in plain sight,” said Henri.

Henri’s artistic career began at the age of 14 when he found an old wooden crate in his family’s garage and asked his father if he could use it. Before his parents returned from their dinner that evening, Henri had dismantled the crate and finished an original piece using materials from around the house.  A local collector saw a photo of the piece on Henri’s Instagram and immediately commissioned Henri for a new piece for his own home.  Within the next week, Henri began selling artwork to collectors, including Hollywood celebrities, music stars, and business leaders.

In February 2024, Henri was signed by New York City’s Lux Contemporary Gallery, which has featured works by Banksy, KAWS, Daniel Arsham, Brendan Murphy, Mr. Brainwash, Enrique Cabrera, Keith Haring, Damien Hirst, Jonty Hurwitz, Robert Indiana, Jeff Koons, Robert Longo, Takashi Murakami, King Saladeen and Hunt Slonem. Henri is the first emerging artist that the gallery has represented.

Henri’s World will be on view from Friday, April 19th – Sunday, May 19th at Lux Contemporary at 270 11th Avenue in NY, adjacent to Rolls Royce New York.

Exhibition hours are Mondays -Saturday: 10 AM – 7 PM; Sunday: Closed and by appointment.

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Corruption In The Queens Divorce Courts Part 2



When you have a voice, it is important to stand up for your beliefs, which is why I am writing about my friends divorce case and what I have witnessed. I do not have a problem in being called as a witness, but there are procedures you must abide by and laws to which you must adhere. In this case, I have not witnessed this basic right.

In keeping with what I wrote yesterday, I did contact every one on my list. The only person I had a problem with was Marguerite A. Grays (Administrative Judge-Civil Term, Eleventh Judicial District), the reason being there was no e-mail, so I called. What happened next was a prime example of what is going on. In a calm voice, I contacted her secretary to ask for her e-mail, so that the Judge was on the same page. I reasonably explained my reason for calling and was told I was threatening. Here is the dictionary’s definition: expressing or suggesting a threat of harm, danger, etc. indicating or suggesting the approach of possible trouble or danger. I did none of this. I was trying to give information. Needless to say, she will not have this information until I finish the series of articles and can mail them to her.

I will include who I also contacted from the Inspector General’s Office

I stated I would talk about the IRS and criminal activities that Judge Viscovich has sat on for years. To do this, I need to visit the beginning of this marriage. When my friend’s husband, who I will now refer to as O, married her, he did so under a false name, while being a fugitive. He ended up in jail for over 6 years after being convicted of selling drugs. At that point, she had 2 children, one of whom was from another marriage. She decided to stay in that marriage, because she believed he had reformed. They went on to have a third child. They started multiple construction companies, an importing business, and a sheet metal company. They were successful until things went south.

In China, O started an affair and began ciphering marital funds. This went on for eight months before my friend found out. She heard O on the phone stating that he was going to destroy her. So, she filed for divorce. She has emails to this effect. O immediately opened up a new corporation company in their son’s names, using their social security numbers for his own accord. O owned a company and had borrowed money from Wells Fargo. He used the marital home as the collateral. This company closed in 2013, and O never reported that to the bank.

There was another company that O owned with his stepdaughter. He funneled money from that company to pay off the home equity loan. His stepdaughter at the time had no idea he had done this. With that home equity line, he drained the marital assets of over a million and a half dollars. That money, he used for personal indulgences, including his extramarital relationships, his divorce attorney fees and corporate lawyers.

The major problem here is how was a corporation which had been closed since 2013 allowed to use a closed company to have checks written or deposited to another company? This has now been brought to the IRS, Wells Fargo and the FBI’s attention. Yet, Judge Viscovich has sat on this information for years and never brought it to anyone’s attention. It was brought to Judge Viscovich’s attention by my friend’s very first  attorney, Michael Black. It was included in a deposition conducted on January 29, 2020 that was presented to the court. Even his lawyer, Maria Coffinas, was made aware of this information at that time. My friend dismissed Mr. Black because of the slowness of the Wells Fargo information being released.

O embezzled $9 million + $3 million + $1.8 million to defraud my friend and other stakeholders.

O also used his sons to continue this trend. O conceals his own deceptions under the name’s of his sons.

There is even more, but it is like going down a long, dark rabbit hole.

Despite all this, Judge Viscovich gives O and his lawyer preferential treatment. Whenever my friend tried to bring this up in court, she was hushed and threatened. Her lawyer at the time, Alyssa Eisner, also sat on this information and berated my friend for suggesting she question and talk about it. Due to all this, there was a motion TO BRING ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON RECORD MOTION dated May 25, 2023.

Here is more of what is being withheld:

O holds the material interest in a property purchased in Syosset valued at $2 million. The property is owned by Muttontown Real Estate Holdings, Inc., which is a corporation directly or indirectly owned by O, the beneficial owner, and King & King, LLP, who has been an advising law firm to O.

O is residing at the said premises, instead of a humble apartment in Queens, and, yet, this has not only been suppressed, but also concealed.

Up next, let’s talk about Alyssa Eisner, my friend’s lawyer for the time I was in court with her.

Again, if you are in need of help, have more information, or can help please email us at

Inspector General’s Office

New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct, 61 Broadway, Suite 1200, New York, New York 10006

Marguerite A. Grays: Administrative Judge-Civil Term, Eleventh Judicial District: Presiding Justice – Commercial Division, Queens County: Queens County Supreme Court: 88-11 Sutphin Boulevard: Jamaica, NY 11435 (718) 298-1212

Grievance Committee for the Second, Eleventh, and Thirteenth Judicial Districts: Renaissance Plaza
335 Adams Street, Suite 2400: Brooklyn, NY 11201-3745: (718) 923-6300

The Queens Courier PO Box 610257, Bayside NY, 11361 Phone: 718–260–2500 718-224-5863

TimesLedger Elizabeth Aloni 45-17 Marathon Parkway Little Neck, NY 11362 718-260-4537

Queens Chronicles Mark Weidler  718-205-8000 x114 4161 Kissena Blvd Ste 2077 Flushing, NY 11355 (718) 886-8160 30 Rockefeller Plz Fl 7 New York City, NY 10012 (212) 664-4444



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Corruption In The Queens Divorce Courts



Going through a divorce is hard enough. You are vulnerable, sad, angry, exhausted, frustrated and confused. It is difficult, no matter the reason. Now, what do you do when the court system disregards their own rules? To whom are you suppose to turn? To whom do you complain? I never thought I would be writing this article, but today in a sense, I was forced.

I have a friend who has been going through a divorce for 8 years. She has spent more the $600,000, due to the Judge in charge and the blatant disregard of the law. She has now had to go Pro Se and file bankruptcy.

I believe no-one should have to go to court alone, due to the scary and frightening nature for all of us in this matter. I have been by her side for over a year, as I have watched some the most egregious behavior take place.

On day one, I was asked if I was to be on a witness list and both sides said no. The second time presented the same question and answer. I do not know if this is on court record, as Judge Viscovich decides what is and isn’t on the record. A lot of times, I witnessed that it was not allowed or they are told point blank not to record. I witnessed this at least eight times. Suddenly, today, in a tactic of intimidation, I was on the witness list, though I have not been subpoenaed and according to court law a witness list was never given by either party prior to the trial. In the case of my friend, it is because she is clueless when it comes to the law. In the case of Maria Coffinas, the lawyer for the other side…she has 40 years of courtroom and trial experience. What is her excuse?

Here are the discrepancies that need to be brought to the proper authorities:

During a meeting of deciding who got what, my friend was sent away to get the house appraised even though her life was being decided on. She was given no choice. While at the appraisal, she slipped and fell, not feeling well. The next day in court, she told the Judge she was not well. He didn’t care, even though her lawyer at the time actually stood up for her for the first time since I had arrived. It was clear my friend was unwell. I actually wondered if she was drunk, even though she doesn’t drink. The court went on that day for over two hours. By the end of it my friend was so ill, we went to a doctor who diagnosed her with a brain concussion and she was hospitalized. She ended up having to see a specialist and was still made to go on zoom conference calls, even though she was not well.

Judge Viscovich constantly threatens her by telling her he is throwing her in Riker’s Island for contempt and continues to do so. On at least three occasions, he has had the handcuffs out and was seriously scary. Instead of being impartial, it was clear something was going on. What makes this so wrong is that the Judge refuses to see the evidence where this contempt charge is bogus and believes only what the other side states.

Due to a combination of that and everything else, my friend was forced to claim bankruptcy. The bankruptcy court has possession 0f most of the marital assets, yet the Judge refuses to comply with the higher court, which is odd, considering he has stated numerous times he wants this case gone.

Another thing is Judge Viscovich is constantly trying to give the house to the other side, but now his hands are tied, but that doesn’t stop the threats. This has gotten so bad that Ms. Coffinas threatened my friend over the house, until she was forced to confront the truth. She was suppose to send Judge Viscovich an email that no further action was to be taken, but yet again it was the first thing he mentioned yesterday in court and Ms. Coffinas trumped up yet another false excuse. Yet, they are not being held in contempt, and there is a stay in place. I can provide all the texts to this statement because Ms. Coffinas states all this and more.

I have proof of all I am saying, as this is just the tip of this iceberg. How am I supposed to be a witness when I have been privy to all that has gone on? I will have more tomorrow on IRS and criminal activity that this Judge has sat on for eight years.

My friend isn’t the only victim of Judge Viscovich’s court. His destruction has been written about several times. Even NBC News did a story on him. I had other references, but from the time I published this until I made sure everything was ok they were taken down or scrubbed. Only this was left. “An 8 year old girl demands NYS Queens County Supreme Court Judiciary Reform” over Judge Viscovich. I can also supply several victims names to the proof of what is happening.

I tried to talk to people in authority to no avail yesterday. I told the Judge and the court, that I am a journalist. I gave people in several different areas this information. So, now, I am giving a list of all to whom I am planning to send this article, in case anyone else needs this help. If you have more information or can help please email us at

Viscovich gives a list of his rules; however, the basic laws and rules are being disregarded. He doesn’t just destroy families, but lives.

New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct, 61 Broadway, Suite 1200, New York, New York 10006

Marguerite A. Grays: Administrative Judge-Civil Term, Eleventh Judicial District: Presiding Justice – Commercial Division, Queens County: Queens County Supreme Court: 88-11 Sutphin Boulevard: Jamaica, NY 11435 (718) 298-1212

Grievance Committee for the Second, Eleventh, and Thirteenth Judicial Districts: Renaissance Plaza
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