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David Jaroslawicz Has Been Nominated and Accepted as a Two Years AIOPIA'S 10 Best in New York For Client Satisfaction

10-best-badge.pngThe American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys has recognized the exceptional performance of New York's Personal Injury Attorney David Jaroslawicz as Two Years 10 Best Personal Injury Attorneys for Client Satisfaction.

Injured on someone else’s property

You may have gotten mixed-up in a fight at a bar. Perhaps someone mugged you in a parking lot or you slipped and fell on a wet floor in a restaurant. All of these are examples of a law called “premises law,” or the responsibility that a business owner has to protect their customers.

If you have been injured on someone else’s property, you may have a right to collect damages to help you recover. There are specific conditions that have to be met, but if you have been hurt away from home it is always best to consult with an attorney simply to protect your rights.

What are the most dangerous roads in New York?

New York is home to one of the largest cities in the world. It is a place where people make their dreams come true, whether that is on Broadway or Times Square. Tourists come in droves to experience the events and culture the city has to offer.

All of this makes for a city – and a state -- with lots of people and lots of traffic. As a New Yorker, you may prefer to walk most of the time or ride the subway to get around. Do you know which roads are the most dangerous for pedestrians?

You may be entitled to more than just workers' compensation

New York City is constantly under construction, as any New Yorker will tell you. Scaffolds everywhere, sidewalks blocked off or rerouted, concrete barriers redirecting traffic and workers trying to do their jobs amid hazardous conditions. The price for all this constant renovation, unfortunately, is all-too-frequent workplace injuries. You probably know that you're eligible for workers' compensation after an accident on a job site. What you might not know is that you may be eligible for much more. 

Delayed pain can occur after a car crash

There is a chance that you will feel fine after you are in a car crash only to discover later that you did suffer an injury. Some people worry that this might negate any chance that they have of seeking compensation. The truth is that some injuries won't produce immediate pain, so there isn't any reason to think that this will have a negative impact on your claim.

Catastrophic construction injuries demand compensation

Construction accidents are serious matters, especially when the injury is catastrophic. Workers in this industry deserve a safe workplace, but some construction companies might try to cut corners to save money. When safety is the line item that gets cut, there can be serious impacts to the employees.

Tesla's owner defends company's safety record

At first glance, driving while relying on an autopilot system seems to be a good idea. Having a computer regulate speeds and navigate a car ostensibly reduces the possibility of human error leading to a crash. Computerized navigation may also eliminate a host of emotional and irrational decisions that human drivers make without considering the consequences of their actions (i.e. texting and driving, road rage, drunk driving).

New York labor laws address construction site dangers

New York has several laws that are meant to protect construction workers from unsafe conditions. These are found in the state's labor laws, specifically Sections 200, 240 and 241. Each of these sections sets clear standards for what construction employees should expect when they are at work.

When a subway ride proves dangerous

Many New Yorkers ride the subway nearly daily. According to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's most recent numbers, over 5.5 million people ride the subway on an average weekday. Delays and disturbances are often a part of the subway riding experience. Sometimes, a subway ride can prove much more serious.

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