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Category: Personal Injury

April 26, 2020 Car Accidents,Personal Injury

Proving Drunk Driving will Strengthen Your New York Personal Injury Lawsuit

When you are on the road, you want to take the best possible precautions to keep yourself and others safe. But accidents still do happen, and road safety is not always in your own hands. How other people behave on the road also factors into your safety. Some careless drivers on the road may not… read more

April 26, 2020 Car Accidents,Personal Injury

How to Prove Your Case for Personal Injury Damages in a New York Car Accident?

One of the most common causes for serious personal injuries and deaths in the United States is motor vehicle accidents. Unfortunately, automobile accidents are still quite common and rampant despite the significant improvements in safety of cars and advancements made in automotive technology. In fact, vehicle accident lawsuits and claims are among the most common… read more

April 26, 2020 Car Accidents,Personal Injury

Don’t Ignore Distracted Driving if a Negligent Car Driver Injured You in New York

Distracted car drivers cause over a thousand injuries each day on an average in the United States. There have been approximately 400,000 instances of distracted driving per year since 2015 that have resulted in injuries. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released a report, according to which 20% of all car accidents are the direct… read more

August 4, 2019 Personal Injury

The #1 Biggest Mistake You Can Make in Pursuing a Personal Injury Case in New York

At Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff in New York, when we interview a new client who has been injured, it is extremely important to discuss their activities on social media. Many clients do not understand that everything on their social media page can be used against them. For example: If a client says they are… read more

April 27, 2018 Personal Injury

Manhole Explosions Create a Risk of Injury in NYC

In New York City, manhole covers can present a hidden risk to passerby and to construction workers. Those who sustain injury as a result of an  incident involving a manhole cover should consult with a New York City injury lawyer to determine if they  have an options available to them for pursing a claim for… read more

March 13, 2018 Personal Injury

Accidental Injuries Are the Third Leading Cause of Death

According to the National Safety Council, unintentional and preventable injuries have become one of the top causes of deaths within the United States. Accidental injuries are injuries that should not have happened and when a death occurs because of an accidental injury, it is important to determine if someone else’s negligence of wrongdoing caused the… read more

March 2, 2018 Personal Injury,Personal Injury FAQs,Premises Liability

Hotel Injuries & Personal Injury Lawsuits

According to statistics, in 2015, the fourth leading cause of death in the United States was unintentional accidents or injuries – accounting for 5.4% of all deaths. The previous year, an estimated 136,053 people died as a result of unintentional injuries – the highest death rates from these injuries were found among people at the… read more

February 23, 2018 Construction Accidents,Personal Injury

Young Child Sustains Injuries After Walking By a NY Construction Site

Construction sites can be dangerous places for workers, and a New York City injury lawyer can provide help to those who work construction and who are hurt while they are on the job. In New York, where construction often occurs on heavily-traveled streets, it is not just workers who are at risk of being harmed… read more

February 2, 2018 Pedestrian accident,Pedestrian Accidents,Personal Injury

Filing a Pedestrian Accident Lawsuit

According to the Traffic Safety Facts from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 5,376 pedestrians and 818 bicyclists died in crashes with automobiles in 2015. These deaths accounted for 17.7% of the 35,092 total fatalities in the United States that year. If 5,376 pedestrian deaths occurred in 2015, it means that nearly 15 pedestrians… read more

February 2, 2018 Personal Injury,Personal Injury FAQs,Train Accidents

Train Accidents & Personal Injury Lawsuits

According to the most recent statistics from the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), there was a total of 43 train-related deaths between 2004 and 2013 involving Metro-North trains. A total of 84 deaths occurred solely on the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) during the same period. Between 2011 and the end of 2014, there was a… read more