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What You Should Know About Drowning Accidents in New York

In a couple of short weeks, it will be Memorial Day, kicking off the unofficial start to summer. With summer, many people will be heading to pools, lakes, rivers, beaches and other bodies of cool water, increasing the risk of drowning accidents. Please read on, then contact an experienced New York City personal injury attorney […]

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Avoiding Social Media During the NY Personal Injury Claims Process

One of the most common mistakes the wrongly injured make is using social media during the claims process. To learn more about why you should stay off of social media during the entirety of the NY personal injury claims process and how our firm can assist you in your fight for the compensation you deserve […]

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Pedestrian Accidents in New York City | What You Should Know

Thanks to a wealth of options in terms of transportation and housing, most people who live and work in New York City rely on their own two feet to get them anywhere they need to go. That is because pedestrians have access to so much in such a relatively small geographical location as well as […]

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What You Should Know About Dog Attacks in New York

People often refer to our canine companions as “Man’s best friend.” It is an unfortunate reality that dogs are not always so warm and friendly. In fact, they can be downright vicious. Given the population density of New York City, dogs are, statistically speaking, the most dangerous animal in all of New York. That is […]

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Bus Accidents in New York City | What You Should Know

Nationwide, nearly 63,000 buses are involved in traffic accidents each year, including 325 fatal injuries, 14,000 non-fatal injuries and 48,000 that result in property damage only. Compared to other types of vehicles, the proportion of bus crashes is quite small. But that is small consolation if you or a loved one have already sustained injuries […]

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Nurse Misconduct in New York | What You Should Know

Have you sustained injuries due to a nurse’s negligence? If so, please read on, then contact one of our experienced New York City medical malpractice attorneys to learn what you should know about nurse misconduct in New York. What constitutes nurse misconduct in New York? When a patient alleges that a nurse violated the ethical […]

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Speeding in New York | How It Contributes to Auto Accidents

Unfortunately, congestion and dangerous drivers, two staples of driving in New York City, are not likely to go anywhere. Between cars, trucks, buses and motorcycles hogging the road, it should surprise no one that accidents occur regularly. People can suffer from serious injuries as a result. While many factors may contribute to an accident, one […]

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Airbnb Accident in New York | Who is Responsible?

With spring and summer fast approaching, many of us will be traveling to visit friends and family in other parts of the country. Some might try to find an alternative to expensive hotels and rent an Airbnb. However, you should know that just because it is someone else’s home does not mean that it is […]

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Filing A Personal Injury Claim on Behalf of a Minor in New York

Your minor child has sustained injuries in an accident caused by the negligence of another person. Now, your child requires medical treatments for his or her injuries, but you might not be able to afford them. The Empire State does not allow your child to sue the responsible party on his or her own. Children […]

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Apartment Accidents in New York | What You Should Know

Most of us feel safe in our own homes, as we should. That being said, you still face the risk of injury or wrongful death through no fault of your own. New York apartment buildings can host any number of liabilities to even the most alert residents. If you have sustained injuries and need assistance […]

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Settlement to a barista who slipped and fell on a defective stairwell while working for Starbucks who sustained back injuries requiring multiple surgeries in 2012.


Settlement to a woman who was assaulted and sustained back/hip injuries in 2015.


Verdict to a high school student who was assaulted by a school dean during her lunch period dislocating her hip in 2014.


Settlement to a man who was run over by a dump truck on a Brooklyn street causing him to sustain multiple injuries, including but not limited to a broken leg and detached urethra in 2019.


Settlement to a woman who slipped and fell down a wet stairwell in a New York City Housing Authority building requiring a back surgery in 2018.

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