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Where do you go if someone else injures you?

One instant a New York resident is likely driving down the road or entering a store, going about their business with no more than the usual concerns on their mind. The next instant, a personal injury, through either a car accident, a slip and fall on someone else's property or a medical mistake, can potentially plunge an accident victim's life into turmoil and uncertainty. No one actually plans to get hurt, which is why one usually doesn't have a financial or emotional plan in place.

Dog bite laws in New York

Dogs may be man's best friend but there are times when man's best friend turns on him or her as well. When a dog bites someone, the dog owner may become liable for the injuries that have been caused to the victim, depending both on the laws of the state and on the danger level of the dog in question.

School bus accident injures several

With school season back in full swing, mostly every driver on the street knows the protocol to follow when a school bus stops in front of him or her. It may seem overkill to some, but ensuring the safety of children while getting on or off the bus is no small matter. This is why stopping a good distance behind a halted bus and slowing down in a school zone is part of our safety culture and law.

Who can file a premises liability claim?

When someone owns or operates property, such as a store, restaurant or even private property, they have a duty to ensure their property is relatively safe so that people who are entering it do not suffer an injury. Through premises liability, New Yorkers can hold the owner accountable for their personal injuries.

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