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Top 3 Myths about Personal Injury Cases

Do you believe you have a personal injury case? If so, you may assume you have this case because you believe one or more of the different myths out there about personal injury lawsuits. There are many misconceptions about these lawsuits, which is why it’s important that you know what’s true and what’s simply a myth or misinformation. Here are three of these myths that many people believe, but simply aren’t true. Myth 1: You’ll Walk Away with a Lot […]

  • Posted on: Nov 28 2018
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Do I Have a Wrongful Death Case?

Do you believe that a loved one has died due to another person’s actions or negligence? If so, you may have a wrongful death case. However, before you file a wrongful death lawsuit, you’ll want to make certain that you have a strong case. Talking to an attorney who specializes in these cases is necessary before you go to court, but before you do that, it’s a good idea to know if you even have a case. Here are some […]

  • Posted on: Nov 15 2018
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Social Media and Personal Injury – What Not to Do

When you’re dealing with anything major in your life, you may be tempted to post about it on social media. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other social media sites keep us connected and allow us to share what’s going on in our lives. But while you’re sharing with friends and family, you may also be sharing with many other people, and that’s not always a good idea. This is especially true if you’re in the middle of a personal injury case. […]

  • Posted on: Oct 31 2018
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Are You Responsible if Someone is Hurt at Your House?

If someone gets hurt at your house, your business, or any other property you own, you can be legally responsible for their injury. However, it’s not quite as simple as that. Someone may get hurt in an accident at your home yet not be your fault. Premises liability does not mean you are legally responsible for every single thing that happens in your home. That’s why it’s very important for you to know what your legal responsibilities are. Who Got […]

  • Posted on: Oct 18 2018
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What Should I Do Following a Hit and Run?

Hit and run accidents are, unfortunately, more common than you might think. When you’re hit by another vehicle and the driver simply drives away, it can be frustrating. You may feel like nothing can be done, so you don’t even bother to call the police if you can still drive your car. However, that’s not the best idea. Here are some of the things you should do after a hit and run so you have a better chance of getting […]

  • Posted on: Sep 25 2018
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Can I Sue the City of New York if I’m Injured While Walking Near Road Construction?

If you were injured while walking near road construction, you may need to sue to receive the compensation you’re owed. But who do you sue? Your first inclination is likely the construction crew, but you may also want to consider suing the city of New York. Suing a city for personal injury isn’t as simple as suing a business or person, but it can be done. The process is, however, longer and more complex. Make a Notice of Claim Before […]

  • Posted on: Sep 15 2018
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I Was Bitten by a Dog – Can I Sue?

If you’ve been bitten by a dog, the first thing you likely focus on is cleaning the wound and getting it bandaged up. If it’s a fairly minor bite, that may be the end of it. However, if it’s more serious, especially if you had to go to the emergency room for care, your next through should be on whether or not you want to pursue legal action against the dog’s owner. Can You Sue? Yes, in New York you […]

  • Posted on: Aug 30 2018
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I Fell in an Office – Do I Have a Case?

If you’ve slipped, tripped, or fallen in an office, there is a chance you can file a slip and fall lawsuit. These cases are fairly common, but a number of them are thrown out in court because the plaintiff didn’t have the evidence necessary to prove their case. This also isn’t the type of case where every fall in an office should result in an automatic lawsuit. Sometimes, an accident is truly an accident. Other times, however, the office owner […]

  • Posted on: Aug 15 2018
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What Information Do You Need to Collect After a Car Accident

If you’ve been in a car accident, you likely have a personal injury case against the driver who was deemed to be at-fault in the accident. However, even if you know the person caused the accident, you may lose your case if you don’t collect the right information after the event. While being in a car accident can leave you in shock and upset, it’s important you make certain to gather the following pieces of information. The Other Driver’s Information […]

  • Posted on: Jul 17 2018
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What Counts as a Personal Injury in New York?

If you’ve been injured in New York, you may wonder if you have a personal injury case. The law doesn’t always define “personal injury” the same way. Each state has its own definition of what counts as a personal injury. Before you have your day in court, you want to make certain that your case meets New York’s definition.17 The Basic Definition In any court of law, a personal injury is defined as suffering physical harm due to someone’s intentional […]

  • Posted on: Jul 1 2018
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