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5 Spring Driving Dangers
With spring just around the corner, many people are relieved that winter driving is coming to an end. Although you may think the roads are finally safe once more, there are several driving hazards to be mindful of throughout the season. The following ...
5 Apps That Can Help You Avoid Distracted Driving
Distracted driving is now considered one of the most common causes of car accidents in the United States. In fact, texting while driving is the leading cause of traffic deaths among teenagers and young adults. Although we understand the dangers of ...
5 Common Myths about Personal Injury Cases
If you have suffered an injury caused by the negligent actions of another party, you may be eligible to recover financial compensation by filing a personal injury lawsuit against them. This money can cover your medical expenses, lost wages, as well ...
Why You Should Avoid Going Back to Work Early after Injury
Injuries on the job can be serious enough to miss time from work to make a full recovery. Aside from the pain and limited mobility, taking time off initially seems nice, considering all the hard work you performed day in and day out at your ...
Does Workers' Comp Cover Injuries During a Commute?
In general, injuries suffered by employees during work hours are covered by workers’ compensation. But what happens when an injury occurs while commuting to work? Are these situations covered as well? According to a provision known as the ...
Road Rage Accidents in New York City
According to December 2018 report by the New York City Police Department, there were 19,326 car accidents. While most collisions resulting in injury or death involved either distraction or driver inattention and traffic violations, a significant ...
How Owing Child Support Affects Your Workers' Comp Benefits
Noncustodial parents in New York are required to pay child support until their children turn 21 years of age. But what happens when a noncustodial parent suffers an injury on the job and receives workers’ compensation benefits to pay for ...
Can I Go on Vacation While Receiving Workers' Comp Benefits?
Every employee throughout the United States deserves to go on vacation to spend time with their loved ones and take a break from performing work duties. This also applies to those who have suffered injuries on the job and do their best to make the ...
OSHA's 10 Most-Cited Safety Violations in 2018
Each year since 2015, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reports the most common violations committed by workers, contractors, site workers, and many other involved in the construction industry. The most recent list covers data ...
Construction Accidents & Fatalities in NYC on the Rise
According to the New York City Department of Buildings (DOB), construction accidents, injuries, and deaths in the city have increased in the first seven months of 2018 in comparison to last year’s numbers during the same period. There is an ...
5 Common Causes of Winter Car Accidents
The holidays are a time to celebrate with family and friends by eating delicious meals, giving and receiving gifts, as well as going on long trips. Unfortunately, the winter season is also filled with car accidents. According to the National Center ...
Should I Still See My Doctor After a Minor Car Accident?
If you have been involved in a minor car accident and didn’t suffer any serious injuries, it is imperative to still see a doctor afterward. However, most people don’t think it is such a big deal and are reluctant to seek medical ...
4 Types of Injuries Not Covered By Workers' Compensation
If you are injured during work hours, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits to pay for your medical bills and compensate you for missing time from work recovering from the injury. Even if you caused the workplace accident, you ...
The 4 Dangers of Driving in the Dark
Now that the fall season has arrived, many people will find themselves spending more time driving after sundown. However, night driving presents various hazards that result in car accidents, injuries, and even fatalities. According to the National ...
How to Take Photos After a Car Accident
A car accident can be a frightening, confusing, and stressful situation, especially if you suffered an injury. Although the aftermath of the crash scene can be chaotic and overwhelming, it is important to remain calm and focused on taking the right ...
Why Was My Workers' Compensation Claim Denied?
New York’s workers’ compensation system allows employees who suffer injuries in a workplace accident to obtain benefits to pay for medical expenses and lost wages so they can recover. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for employers and ...
Are Personal Injury Awards Divided in a New York Divorce?
People can suffer an immense amount of emotional pain during a divorce; however, suffering an injury caused by a negligent party can result in physical pain. When one spouse recovers financial compensation from a personal injury lawsuit while still ...
6 Mistakes People Commonly Make After a Car Crash
While car accidents happen every single day, many people are never prepared once they experience on for themselves. They commit mistakes that significantly harm their efforts toward recovering a maximum settlement for their injuries and property ...
What to Do if You Were Injured at a New York Fall Festival
New York’s fall festivals are some of the biggest and best in the country. Given the numerous different festivals that occur throughout the season, you’ll find live music, food, and events that can appeal to people of virtually all walks ...
Spinal Stenosis Personal Injury Settlements
Car accidents involve immense force—even when driving at low speeds. The forceful impact from a car collision can easily cause severe damage to structures in the lower back. Spinal stenosis is one of the most common lower back injuries that ...
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