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New York Schools May be Liable for an Injury Sustained by a Child

While children tend to be accident-prone, due to their constant curiosity, parents are still entitled to have a reasonable expectation that his or her child is kept safe while under the care of an institution. Institutions are supposed to have safety precautions in place to ensure the safety of every child. However, according to SafeKids Read More

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Make Sure You Have a HIPAA Release Form

Oftentimes, loved ones will have a difficult time accessing an elderly person’s medical information relating to any condition that he or she may have. A health care proxy designates an agent to act on someone’s behalf in the event he or she becomes incapacitated and is unable to make decisions for themselves. A comprehensive health Read More

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Common Causes of Collisions

An automobile accident can be a traumatic experience. Here are some of the most common types of collisions and tips for preventing a serious accident. Head On Collisions The U.S Census Bureau reported that head-on collisions are the most dangerous type of motor vehicle accidents and often result in death or long-term disabilities.

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Tour Bus Accidents in New York City Are Quite Common

Every year, millions of people around the country take a sightseeing tour around a new city that he or she is visiting. New York City features many tourist attractions. According to reports, tourism in New York City has continued to steadily grow over the last ten years, however, so has the risk of tourist accidents. Read More

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VA Conceals Medical Errors

In the United States, medical errors account for the third leading cause of death. According to USA TODAY, the Veteran’s Affairs hospital system is the nation’s largest employer of healthcare workers. A recent ongoing federal lawsuit and investigation into the VA has revealed that Thomas Franchini, a podiatrist, along with other physicians have made dangerous Read More

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What to Do If You Are Injured in a Bike Accident

According to DNAinfo, the New York City Department of Transportation data has revealed that Mayor de Blasio’s Vision Zero initiative has failed New York City bicyclists. For many bicyclists, New York City can be a dangerous place to ride. However, for many people cycling is used as a regular form of transportation. In 2015, there Read More

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Don’t Let Social Media Create Inconsistencies In Your Case

Oftentimes, a personal injury case will involve an evaluation of pain and suffering. Today, many people actively use different forms of social media, which can be used by a defendant to prove that such claims are false. For instance, if someone is claiming that an injury has lead to chronic foot pain, but is then Read More

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Bus Accident Leaves Three Dead

On Monday, September 25, around 6:15 a.m. there was a motor vehicle accident involving two buses that resulted in three deaths and many others injured. The accident took place at the intersection of Main Street and Northern Boulevard in Flushing, Queens. According to reports, a Dahlia Travel charter bus went through a red light at Read More

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Try To Avoid Driving While Drowsy

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), conducted a study that found that in 2014, drowsy driving claimed the lives of 846 people. Currently, the NHTSA is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to draw awareness to the dangers associated with driving while drowsy in hopes that it will reduce the Read More

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Mixing Zones May Lead To Fatal Accidents

On Monday, September 11, 2017, a truck driver in New York City hit a bicyclist. The incident took place around 11:30 a.m. at West 30th Street and Seventh Avenue. The cyclist suffered serious injuries to her leg. The cyclist had been riding a Citi Bike when a dump truck proceeded to make a right turn Read More

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