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What if I Am Injured in a Boating Accident in New York?

What if I Am Injured in a Boating Accident in New York? Many New Yorkers like to escape the hustle and bustle of the city for the cool waters of the Atlantic ocean in the summer. Boating is a popular activity for adults and children alike. Whether people are taking a dip in the water, Read More

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What Are Common Forms of Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect in New York?

What Are Common Forms of Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect in New York? Nursing homes, often called rest homes, convalescent homes, or assisted living facilities, provide residential care for elderly or disabled people. A nursing home is typically a facility for people whose physical ailments or limitations do not warrant being in a hospital, but Read More

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What Should I Do if I Was Injured as a Pedestrian in New York?

What Should I Do if I Was Injured as a Pedestrian in New York? Just about everyone in New York City is a pedestrian at some point throughout their day. Pedestrians often have to cross busy streets and intersections, and the close proximity to motor vehicles means that accidents and injuries occur frequently. According to Read More

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I Was in a Car Accident With an Uninsured Driver – What Do I Do Now?

I Was in a Car Accident With an Uninsured Driver – What Do I Do Now? Car insurance is required in most states, including New York. Despite this legal requirement, many drivers remain uninsured. According to the Insurance Research Council, approximately one in eight drivers do not have auto insurance. That means it is not Read More

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What Are the Most Common Types of Surgical Errors?

What Are the Most Common Types of Surgical Errors? Anyone who is required to undergo surgery is likely to be worried about the risks involved in the procedure, the potential complications, and the effects to their overall health. However, the possibility of surgical errors is an additional concern for many patients. This is one of Read More

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Common Types of Personal Injury Cases in New York

Common Types of Personal Injury Cases in New York According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), around 30.8 million emergency room visits occur each year in the United States due to accidental injuries. Accidents also account for more than 161,000 deaths per year nationwide. When you are injured in an accident due Read More

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How to Pursue Compensation for a Wrongful Death in New York

How to Pursue Compensation for a Wrongful Death in New York Few things compare to the horror and hardship faced by individuals and families who lose a loved one to an accident, whether it is a car crash, trucking collision, public transportation accident, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, or other tragedy. With the help of Read More

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How to Get Legal Help After an NYC Motorcycle Accident

How to Get Legal Help After an NYC Motorcycle Accident While motorcycles only make up only 2 percent of all registered vehicles in New York City, they accounted for 14 percent of all traffic deaths during a recent four-year study. Many more riders are involved in non-fatal accidents that result in serious injury. These accidents Read More

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How New York Law Addresses Injuries from Dog Bites

How New York Law Addresses Injuries from Dog Bites An analysis by the New York City Economic Development Corporation found there were more than 600,000 dogs in NYC. With that many canines, including many which can be found in compact outdoor areas jockeying for space to relieve themselves, dog bites are bound to occur. With Read More

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Users of the NYC Subway System Are at Risk of Potential Injuries

Users of the NYC Subway System Are at Risk of Potential Injuries It is no surprise the New York City Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s 2017 annual report listed the declining performance of the city’s aging subway system as its single greatest challenge. Opened in 1904, portions of the 665 miles of mainline track and the trains Read More

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