Enjoy the 4th of July - but stay safe!
If you have been injured after slipping and falling on snow or ice in New York City, you need to take important steps immediately. Here are 5 quick tips to help you.
The aftermath of a pedestrian accident is filled with legal obligations for the injury victim. Click here for five things to do if you have been in a pedestrian accident.
Worried about the ticking time clock on your case? Click here to determine how much time you have to file an injury lawsuit in New York.
Motorcycles are more dangerous than other vehicles, but they do not have to be. Click here for our top 5 safety tips for avoiding motorcycle accidents in NYC.
Employers and corporations need to do a better job providing a safe environment for all stakeholders
A preventable tragedy has struck again in NYC as a DoorDash deliveryman traveling on an e-bike was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver. This sad news is all the more heartbreaking as the deliveryman was a hard-working immigrant from Senegal and a married father of four daughters. On Septem...
Delivery truck accidents are on the rise. Click here to learn more about what is causing it and how you should handle the accident scene if it happens to you.
What Is a “Premises Liability” Case? Premises liability cases are legal matters involving an injury that occurred while on another person or company's property and was caused by a dangerous hazard or negligence of the property owner. In such case, the injured victim files a claim against the pro...
Motorcycle accidents are dangerous. Before your next ride, ensure that you stay safe and know the law. Click here to find out more.
Insurance companies pay for your medical expenses after an accident. Avoid making common mistakes and when to get a lawyer involved. Click here to learn more.
With the winter snow storms upon us, we wanted to make sure you are staying safe while shoveling snow during the recent downfalls. Unfortunately, many people sustain injuries while shoveling snow. A 2015 study found that an average of 11,500 people go to emergency rooms in the United States...
New York City laws require property owners, business owners and property managers to remove ice, snow and other dangerous hazards from properties in a timely manner. If they fail to do so and you are injured in a fall, the property owner or manager could be held responsible for your injuries.
Working construction in New York can certainly be a dangerous line of work. Construction accidents that occur at construction sites can happen suddenly and without warning. Studies show that construction workers make up about 27% of all work-related deaths in New York City. These tragedies increase during a boom in construction activity and developments, as more workers are employed at construction sites throughout the area.