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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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How to talk to your teenager about safe driving

Jacob Braude | Wednesday, November 14, 2018 in Motor Vehicle Accidents

The thought of your teenage driver hitting the road without supervision is enough to drive you crazy. Even so, you know this is bound to happen at some point in the future. That’s why it’s so important to speak with them about safe driving. There is no way to prepare your teen for every possible situation, but there are some basic things you can discuss to give them the knowledge necessary to remain as safe as possible. Stick with it:...

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Car crashes into house in early morning hours

Jacob Braude | Thursday, November 8, 2018 in Motor Vehicle Accidents

With the rain pelting down and roads becoming slick, many New York residents may decide to stay in for the evening to stay safe. After all, one does expect to become involved in a motor vehicle accident in the safety of their homes, but a recent accident in the state demonstrates crashes can take place anywhere, even in one’s house. According to police officers, they were trying to pull over a car for vehicle and traffic violations when the car...

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Get experienced help for compensation for personal injury

Jacob Braude | Friday, November 2, 2018 in Personal Injury

When a New York resident is injured due to someone else’s negligence, be it on the road or in a hospital, they most likely are unaware about the long treacherous road they are about to embark upon. Hospital tests and medications begin to pile up, as do costs related to repairing the injured vehicle. At the same time, the person who has been injured is very likely not to be able to return to work temporarily, or even permanently, and...

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How does standard of care relate to medical malpractice cases?

Find Injury Law | Thursday, October 25, 2018 in Medical Malpractice

If a New York resident suspects they have left a hospital with a worsened condition than what they went into the hospital with, they may find that they have become the victims of medical malpractice. A medical malpractice suit means that a medical professional did not treat their patients with the standard of care owed to them. But it might not be clear to the victim what the term "standard of care" means. Understanding what the standard of care is can...

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How does standard of care relate to medical malpractice cases?

Jacob Braude | Thursday, October 25, 2018 in Medical Malpractice

If a New York resident suspects they have left a hospital with a worsened condition than what they went into the hospital with, they may find that they have become the victims of medical malpractice. A medical malpractice suit means that a medical professional did not treat their patients with the standard of care owed to them. But it might not be clear to the victim what the term “standard of care” means. Understanding what the standard of care is...

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Drowsy driving remains a problem among many people

Find Injury Law | Monday, October 15, 2018 in Motor Vehicle Accidents

Drowsy driving remains a major problem among many people, with some not realizing just how dangerous it is. The tricky thing about drowsy driving is that it can hit in an instant. One second you're feeling okay, but the next you're too tired to be behind the wheel. There are many reasons why drowsy driving is a problem, including the following: It slows reaction time, thus making it difficult to make split-second decisionsMakes you less likely to pay attention to...

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Where do you go if someone else injures you?

Find Injury Law | Friday, September 28, 2018 in Personal Injury

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...

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Dog bite laws in New York

Find Injury Law | Friday, September 21, 2018 in Personal Injury

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. There are two approaches states take-strict liability or one bite rule. Strict liability means that the owner is responsible for...

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