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Slip & Fall Personal Injury Case Statistics for NY

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2017
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Slip and fall accidents are some of the most common personal injury cases across the nation. However, not every slip and fall accident leads to settlement. In order to understand whether or not you have a legitimate personal injury case, it’s important that you know the state of slip and fall accidents in New York. Let’s take a look at a few slip and fall statistics that can help you better understand personal injury cases. According to the CDC, about […]

How Do I Know If I Have a Personal Injury Case?

  • Posted on: Nov 29 2017
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Being injured due to the neglect or bad intent of another individual is never easy to deal with. However, in order to help with your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering, you can file a personal injury claim against the individual. But winning your personal injury case isn’t a done-deal. In order to receive compensation, you must be able to prove three main things. Let’s take a look at the three main requirements that each personal injury case […]

Common NY Personal Injury Claims

  • Posted on: Nov 15 2017
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If you’ve been injured due to the fault or negligence of another person, holding them responsible with a personal injury claim can help you pay medical bills, cover lost wages, and even compensate for your pain and suffering. Personal injury cases are common in New York City. However, there are five main kinds of personal injury cases. Let’s take a look at what they are. 1. Slip and Fall Cases Whether you slip and fall or you trip and fall, […]

Proving Fault in Personal Injury Cases

  • Posted on: Oct 18 2017
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If you’ve been injured at the hands of someone else, you probably want to file a personal injury case to help you receive compensation for medical bills, missed work, and more. However, in order to win your personal injury case, you need to be able to prove that the other individual was negligent. In other words, you need to show the court that the injury was that individual’s fault. In some cases, fault will be easy to prove—but you need to […]

First Steps After an Injury

  • Posted on: Oct 1 2017
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If you’ve recently been injured due to the fault or neglect of another individual, you’re probably wondering if you have the means to file a personal injury case. While a personal injury case can help you get the financial compensation and support you need to cover medical bills, lost wages, property damage, and more, you need to be able to effectively prove that the injury was not your fault. The first steps after you’ve been injured are some of the […]

Stages of a Personal Injury Case

  • Posted on: Sep 30 2017
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Going through a personal injury case can seem overwhelming. However, each step of the process is extremely important to winning your case and getting you the compensation you deserve. To help you better understand what a personal injury case will look like, here are the various steps you can expect to go through during your process. 1. Meeting With Your Attorney  Before you can begin anything else, you will need to meet with an attorney. During this time, your attorney […]

Legal Recourse for Dog Attacks

  • Posted on: Sep 15 2017
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If you’ve recently been injured in a dog attack, you’re probably wondering who is responsible. Dog bites and other injuries can become complicated. Because you can’t technically hold the dog legally responsible for their actions, you may be feeling at a loss. However, you still may have a legitimate personal injury case on your hands. If you want to develop a successful dog attack claim in the state of New York, you need to first understand the law surrounding dog […]

New York Discovery Law for Cancer Cases

  • Posted on: Aug 25 2017
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Medical malpractice cases can be one of the most difficult personal injury cases to prove. However, they’re made even more complicated by a statute of limitations that can be difficult to understand. Thankfully, the “Lavern’s Law” can make winning your medical malpractice case a bit easier in the state of New York. Lavern’s Law helps to extend the amount of time a person can file a medical malpractice case. Let’s take a look at what this law actually states and […]

Products Liability Law New York

  • Posted on: Aug 15 2017
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We often don’t think about the threat of being injured by products we purchase. Unfortunately, this kind of damage happens more often than we think. If a manufacturer is careless, makes a mistake, or does not properly check their work, they may produce a faulty product that can seriously injure someone. In these cases, that manufacturer should be held responsible. A product liability lawsuit is a type of personal injury case in the state of New York. Injured individuals can […]

Who’s at Fault? New York Slip and Fall Accidents

  • Posted on: Jul 16 2017
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Slip and fall accidents are some of the most common personal injury cases. However, proving that someone else was at fault for the accident can be challenging. Because you need to show that someone else’s neglect or irresponsibility led to your injury to receive compensation in a personal injury case, it’s important to know what kind of proof you need to show. Although each case will be different and the evidence you need to collect will depend on the circumstances […]

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