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Truck crashes are among the most dangerous motor vehicle accidents

On Behalf of Find Injury Law | Thursday, December 27, 2018 in Motor Vehicle Accidents

Since Brooklyn is a key destination in New York with many stores where people enjoy shopping, it is necessary for large trucks to make deliveries. These vehicles can come from across the country. The drivers are frequently in a rush to complete their job and might drive too fast for the city streets. That can cause an accident. Other potential risk factors that can lead to a crash with injuries to others who might be in the truck’s path include...

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Did a Slip and Fall Cause Permanent Traumatic Brain Damage?

Jacob Braude | Thursday, December 27, 2018 in Personal Injury

Going for an outdoor walk should be a pleasurable and calming experience that is also good for one’s health. It certainly should never be the cause of a lasting brain injury that can have irreversible changes on your life. Yet, when the ground surface condition is unsafe and not suitable for walking on or for engaging in other activities, serious personal injury with life lasting effects can occur. A slip and fall can occur when walking outside for any number...

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Motor vehicle accidents with police cars can cause injuries

On Behalf of Find Injury Law | Friday, December 21, 2018 in Motor Vehicle Accidents

Emergency vehicles and law enforcement rushing to scenes where they are needed is something that is part of living in New York City. People will be cognizant of the need to take care simply by understanding this fundamental aspect of city life. However, there are times when circumstances will result in bystanders being injured in a crash not as part of the incident the emergency vehicles are rushing to, but because they are hit by the emergency vehicle itself. When...

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Life-Changing Injury: How to Prove Negligence in a Personal Injury Case

Jacob Braude | Monday, December 17, 2018 in Personal Injury

Life-Changing Injury: How to Prove Negligence in Personal Injury Cases If you’ve sustained a life-changing injury and want to make a claim, you’ll have to prove it was caused by negligence. Here’s how to prove negligence to win… 1 in five adults have stated that they were injured in a workplace environment. However, most of these workplaces are never held accountable for these injuries, as many employers are unaware as to how to prove negligence. Read on to learn more...

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People changing tires in danger of fatal motor vehicle accidents

Jacob Braude | Thursday, December 13, 2018 in Motor Vehicle Accidents

In Brooklyn, flat tires are an inconvenience that will negatively impact every driver at one point or another. Changing a tire can be time consuming and stressful. What people do not realize at the time is that it can also be dangerous. It is impossible to control where the flat tire happens and people must change it as soon as possible. That can leave them vulnerable to careless, negligent, reckless and distracted drivers. With motor vehicle accidents involving a person...

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Personal injury and death can come from construction accidents

On Behalf of Find Injury Law | Wednesday, December 5, 2018 in Personal Injury

In Brooklyn and throughout New York, construction is a part of daily life. There are always buildings being erected and maintenance and repairs are being done. This is a boon to the economy and provides jobs to skilled workers, whether they work directly for a construction company or are contractors. However, the benefits do not eliminate the dangers faced by people who do this type of physical labor. Accidents can happen in the blink of an eye, whether it is...

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Building in the Sky: How to Avoid Scaffolding Injuries

Jacob Braude | Wednesday, December 5, 2018 in Personal Injury

It’s all the glory and the guts. For a construction worker creating towers in the sky, scaffolding is both an enabler and a major source of danger. It may seem exhilarating to climb a few stories above ground and work above the heads of the general population, but a scaffold is also one of the country’s greatest workplace dangers, resulting in more than 4,500 injuries per year and 60 annual deaths. Whether you have a stomach of steel or you...

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Man’s death shows danger of turning motor vehicle accidents

Jacob Braude | Friday, November 30, 2018 in Motor Vehicle Accidents

The roadways in New York City can be congested and treacherous. With the combination of vehicles trying to get from one place to another, the reality that the city is a popular place to live and visit, and the frequent inclement weather, motor vehicle accidents are all-too common. Some of these accidents happen when a vehicle is turning and is hit by another vehicle. Since people often make judgmental mistakes or overtly violate the law, it is important to be...

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Personal injury incidents spark private sanitation crackdown

Jacob Braude | Friday, November 23, 2018 in Personal Injury

New Yorkers will understand that the amount of trash that is generated in a municipality this size will require a lot of garbage trucks moving around at all hours to pick it up. When the number of businesses that use private haulers is added to the mix, there is major danger of encountering one of these vehicles when out as a driver, bicyclist or pedestrian. This can lead to accidents. People should be cautious and aware of this. Since there...

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Hit-and-run death shows danger of motor vehicle accidents

Jacob Braude | Friday, November 16, 2018 in Motor Vehicle Accidents

The New York City roads can be a dangerous place. While law enforcement and legislators try to improve safety and take steps to ensure drivers are adhering to the rules of the road, the sheer nature of life in the city lends itself to risk. Drivers will operate their vehicles while distracted, behave negligently, speed and drive under the influence. That, combined with how many vehicles there are and the number of people who are going back and forth about...

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