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How the process of litigation proceeds in a medical malpractice case

September 2 2015 Once it is determined that there is a legal and medical basis to proceed with a medical malpractice lawsuit, our attorneys will identify those…

14 Social Media Do's and Don'ts: A Guide for Personal Injury Plaintiffs

September 16 2016 If you have recently become a plaintiff in a personal injury case please print these words out and read them everyday: "ANYTHING you say online can…

How expert witness testimony is used in a medical malpractice case

September 3 2015 The term "expert witnesses" is often used in conjunction with medical malpractice litigation. However, the use of these experts is often…

Police use of Long Range Acoustic Device may have been excessive force

August 6 2015 July 17 was the one year anniversary of Eric Garner's death. After the incident that recently occurred in Dallas, regarding the alleged suicide of…

How demonstrative evidence is used in medical malpractice cases

September 4 2015 Evidence refers to proof that is legally admissible at trial which is intended to convince the judge and/or jury of alleged facts material to the…

First Department Says You Still Need Gravity for a Labor Law 240(1) Case Where Worker Struck by Pipe Being "Flushed"

October 11 2016 In the case Joseph v. City of New York, the Appellate Division, First Department reiterated that the application of the force of gravity is still…

The Top 12 Things You Need To Do If You Have Been in a Car Accident

October 7 2016 Car accidents are a common occurrence in New York. Statistics from 2014 show that there were approximately 300,000 car accidents that year. Over 250…

Clown Threats Raise Issues Concerning the Security of Premises

October 6 2016 It has been widely reported that people dressing up as clowns have been seen in increasing numbers across the United States. Some of these clowns are…

Over $400 Million Paid Out by New York City Transit in Past 5 Years to Settle Lawsuits Based on Their Negligence

September 26 2016 As most New Yorkers know, the New York City Transit Authority is in charge of the public buses and trains that are relied upon by millions of people…

Surveillance Videos: The Dos and Donts for a Personal Injury Plaintiff

September 23 2016 Victims of negligence often ask if the defendants and their insurance companies have the right to follow them and videotape them in connection with…