NEW YORK PERSONAL INJURY BLOG
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- 1.1 What is the Ongoing Storm Doctrine in New York Slip and Fall Law?
- 1.2 6 Things a New York Truck Accident Lawyer Must Investigate
- 1.3 4 Questions to Ask During a Personal Injury Consultation
- 1.4 FAQs About New York Tire Blowout Accident Cases
- 1.5 5 Myths About New York Personal Injury Cases
- 1.6 5 Issues That Can Cause a Judge to Dismiss Your New York Personal Injury Case
- 1.7 Don’t Let Impatience Undermine Your Personal Injury Case
- 1.8 How to Write a Useful Incident Report After a New York Slip and Fall Accident
- 1.9 When Can You Sue a Mental Health Professional for Malpractice in New York?
- 1.10 Product Liability When Your Child is Hurt by a Toy
What is the Ongoing Storm Doctrine in New York Slip and Fall Law?
On an annual basis we see over 20 inches of snowfall every year here in New York. Big blizzards are more common than ever. Every time it snows, the sidewalks and streets become hazardous. Slip-and-fall accidents are almost inevitable. Yet landowners may not have to...
6 Things a New York Truck Accident Lawyer Must Investigate
Truck accident cases are some of the most complex personal injury cases. To get the best results in your truck accident case, you will want to work closely with a lawyer with extensive experience going up against trucking companies and their insurers. That experience...
4 Questions to Ask During a Personal Injury Consultation
You've read your lawyer's website and know they handle cases like yours. You've read the attorney's reviews and think they sound like a good fit. Now you're preparing for that first crucial meeting. You know the attorney will have plenty of questions for you, and...
FAQs About New York Tire Blowout Accident Cases
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), tire-related crashes are responsible for about 78,000 injuries annually in the United States. They're also responsible for roughly 738 fatalities. Have you been involved in a tire blowout...
5 Myths About New York Personal Injury Cases
Insurance companies, special interest groups, and the media have worked hard to spread disinformation about personal injury cases. This disinformation can keep people from taking necessary steps that could help them recover compensation after an accident. Here are...
5 Issues That Can Cause a Judge to Dismiss Your New York Personal Injury Case
It's rare for personal injury cases to go to court. It's rare for judges to dismiss these cases. All the same, it does happen. As your personal injury attorneys, we work hard to help you avoid the pitfalls that could lead to the dismissal of your claim. Still, we...
Don’t Let Impatience Undermine Your Personal Injury Case
Any personal injury attorney knows you're eager to settle your case as quickly as possible. You need the money. Yet, on average, a personal injury case takes 18 to 24 months to complete. It's essential to understand the factors that could delay your case and to...
How to Write a Useful Incident Report After a New York Slip and Fall Accident
If you are injured in a slip-and-fall accident, filling out an incident report is one of the first steps you'll need to take. Since you usually take this step while you're still on-site, it's essential to understand the best way to fill out these reports. They'll...
When Can You Sue a Mental Health Professional for Malpractice in New York?
It's rare to see someone launch a malpractice case against a psychiatrist. It's even rarer to see a plaintiff win one. Psychiatrists account for 4% of active physicians and only 1% of paid medical malpractice claims. Nevertheless, 1% is not 0%, and if you think you...
Product Liability When Your Child is Hurt by a Toy
Toys send children to the emergency room every year. Not all of these injuries come from fundamentally unsafe or defective toys, but enough do that it's worth talking about pursuing personal injury cases in regard to these items. Advances in technology are also...