personal injury

What Happens During a Personal Injury Trial?

The legal drama that unfolds on popular television shows can be a far cry from the actuality of a trial. In fact, the road to the lawsuit, as well as the trial itself, often moves much slower than people expect. While most personal injury claims end in settlement long before the need for a trial…

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New York City Child Care Negligence Lawyer

When you place your child in a day school or care center, you appropriately  expect staff members to look after your kid’s needs and protect them from harm’s way. However children can sometimes suffer serious injuries when they are in day care centers due to abuse or neglect. The child care facility is expected to…

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Your NYC Injury Claim

An injured person is looking for a fair and reasonable settlement relating to the injury they sustained due to the negligence of others. However, many injury victims are often frustrated by low settlement offers and prolonged delays in the resolution of their case. While cases that must go to trial to obtain justice can linger…

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Proving Liability in Slip and Fall Cases

Have you injured yourself on someone else’s property? If so, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and related losses. In order to recover this compensation against the property owner or other party, you must be able to prove liability. Liability essentially refers to who is at fault for causing the accident that…

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NYC Winter Car Accident Lawyer

December 16, 2020 – Here comes the first big snowfall of the year! What a year it’s been! The pandemic; civil unrest over police misconduct and now a winter snowstorm clobbering the NYC area. School buses, black ice and less daylight These are just a few of the reasons why winter driving can be so…

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Bicycle Safety Tips for Cyclists in NYC

If you love cycling then you can’t wait for summer months in NYC to get out on the road, or take a spin through Central Park. There are also many health-conscious individuals in New York who love to ride their bicycle to work, whether it be their own or a CitiBike. Riding a bicycle can…

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The Dangers of Rubbernecking

Rubbernecking refers to a driver turning to look at a car accident as they pass by. It is a serious form of driver distraction that contributes to thousands of motor vehicle accidents each and every year. Staring at an accident rather than keeping your eyes on the road ahead can lead to multi-vehicle crashes –…

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