• Who Can Be Held Responsible for a Construction Accident?

    According to New York’s workplace safety laws, construction site owners and contractors are obligated to abide by ...
  • Back-to-School Safety Tips

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  • Spinal Stenosis Personal Injury Settlements

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  • What to Do After a Car Accident

    The aftermath of a car accident can be nothing short of chaotic. It is often difficult to remain rational when you have ...

Blog Posts in March, 2017

03.27.2017
Tips for Settling a Car Accident Claim

When you are involved in a car accident that is not your fault, you may need to file a personal injury claim in order to recover financial compensation to cover your medical bills, loss of income, as well as non-economic damages such as pain and ...

03.20.2017
What Should You Ask Your Doctor After a Car Accident?

After being involved in a car accident, it is imperative to visit your doctor, even if you only suffered minor injuries. In many cases, symptoms of specific injuries are not immediately apparent and may worsen over time, which is why a visit to your ...

03.10.2017
Are New York Pet Owners Always Responsible When Their Dog Bites Someone?

Some states have dog bite liability laws that follow a “one-bite” rule. The one-bite rule states that a dog owner might not be liable to any extent for a dog bite injury if his or her dog has both never bitten anyone before and has never ...

03.03.2017
A Closer Look at the New York Statute of Limitations for Injury Claims

In New York, and essentially all states, you only have a limited amount of time to file a personal injury claim after being hurt by another party if you want to seek compensation or damages. This is known as a statute of limitations. Once a statute ...