July 3, 2017 • Back Injuries,Brain Injury,Burn Injury,Catastrophic Injuries,Construction Accidents,Eye Injury Lawyers,Hazardous Materials,Negligent Security,Personal Injury,Personal Injury FAQs,Premises Liability,Scaffold Accidents,Slip and Fall,Spinal Injuries,Workers' Compensation,Wrongful Death
As a construction worker, it’s always possible that you might be lightly or badly injured at the site because of a sudden fall or while handling heavy construction equipment. On certain occasions, it has also happened that cranes bearing heavy loads have lost control and dropped heavy items on people, injuring and disabling them permanently… read more
Any time insufficient safety standards in a New York public property cause harm or physical injury to a visitor in that property, a lawsuit may be filed against the property owner to recover damages. Thus “negligent security” should be the premise of argument in the personal injury case, where the victim or plaintiff has to… read more
Residents and visitors of every household or other properties must be provided basic security and safety during their time spent in that property. This basic security includes adequate lighting, working door locks, safe and secure entryways and walkways, secure parking spaces, and surveillance systems & security alarms if required.
Demolition activities are one of the most dangerous and hazardous tasks in the construction industry. They can harm not only the workers on site, but passers-by, neighbors, and vehicles in proximity. Demolition also adds to noise pollution in the environment, and must be controlled by experienced professionals. Construction/demolition equipment manufacturers are legally obliged to ensure… read more
September 15, 2015 • Negligent Security
Personal injuries due to property owner’s negligence In New York, commercial or residential property owners have the responsibility to provide safety and security to visitors and guests on the property. If you are injured or hurt on a third party property and if the injuries were because of the property owner’s negligence, then you may be… read more
In today’s world, a very charged atmosphere exists between law enforcement and public citizens and it is having an effect on how we use public spaces. The nation has seen a dramatic rise in protests and activism within the last year as emotions build over many reported cases of police brutality. This is only one… read more