Monthly Archives: January 2016
“Completely Avoidable” Deaths? NYT on NY Construction Hazard
Many people may not realize it, but unfortunately, all signs are pointing to a construction boom that’s causing […]Read More
Truck Accident Related Personal Injury Claims: How are they Unique?
Injuries caused by truck accidents appear very similar to injuries caused by car accidents involving the same four […]Read More
Personal Injury for Victims with Broken Bone Injuries
Although broken bones or fractures are relatively common incidents in most peoples’ lives, sometimes, these apparently common incidents […]Read More
Damage Claims for a Head Injury: Settlement or a Lawsuit?
A head injury can be as trivial as a tiny bump or as serious as an excessive internal […]Read More
Personal Injury Laws for Damage Settlements in Burn Injuries
Burn injuries, for the permanent nature of damages that it leaves on a burn victim, attracts more severe […]Read More
Injured on a yacht? Filing a Personal Injury Case
Imagine yourself on a yacht on the bay or out in the NY/NJ Bight (coastal Atlantic), out on […]Read More
Gathering Evidence in a Pedestrian Accident: The More the Better
The nature of a pedestrian accident in New York City is usually such that an accident victim needs […]Read More
Personal Injury Claim for a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
In United States, annually over 1.7 million people suffer traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), many of whom are children […]Read More
Personal Injury due to Negligent Security: How can You Recover Damages?
Any time insufficient safety standards in a New York public property cause harm or physical injury to a […]Read More
Injured by a Falling Object: Personal Injury Claims
Theoretically, anytime you have been hit and injured by a falling object in New York City, you can […]Read More