Category Archives: General
How Do Personal Injury Lawyers Get Paid?
Everything from broken bones to cancer and associated depression is a personal injury. As such, personal injury law firms handle some of the broadest and most complex cases on Long Island. They fight for the rights of individual clients and their families whether they were involved in fatal car accidents, developed cancer from toxic… Read More »
Ride Share Liability Questions After an Accident
Yellow taxis are a staple of New York City and have been for over a century. However, ten years ago, Uber forever changed the transportation industry. Drivers were able to use their own vehicles to pick up passengers through Uber’s smartphone application, giving passengers a cheaper and easier way of traveling throughout New York…. Read More »
Why You Should Speak to a Long Island Car Accident Lawyer
Many Long Island commuters fighting traffic have experienced the inconvenience of classic New York fender benders and aggressive driving accidents. Many of these accidents, especially those that did not cause serious physical injuries, are handled between the parties. More serious crashes, however, often leave claimants wondering whether they should contact a local car accident… Read More »
Long Island Slip-and-Fall Accidents
Falling accidents, such as slip and falls, are the leading cause of broken hips and traumatic brain injuries in the United States. In fact, the CDC estimates that 1 in 5 falls result in serious injuries such as fractures, brain trauma, or spinal cord damage. Many slip and falls occur in commercial areas, such… Read More »
How to Obtain Damages After a Construction Site Injury
According to OSHA, nearly 5,000 workers died in job-site accidents in 2020. Almost half of all deaths occurred nationwide in the construction, material moving, and extraction industries. However, New York reports a higher percentage of deaths in the construction industry. These statistics do not account for the serious and often career-ending injuries suffered by… Read More »
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