Monthly Archives: April 2015

New York Personal Injury Law Blog

Twenty-four children among those injured in multi-vehicle crash in Queens

The parents of several Queens’ school children were likely panicked to learn that their kids were involved in a recent multi-vehicle crash. As the sounds of tire squeals and metal…

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Lawsuits filed after video footage shows children being beaten at Queen’s school

Our nation’s elementary, middle and high schools are supposed to be safe havens where, regardless of socioeconomic-standing, students can learn and thrive. Sadly, some schools fail to provide students with…

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Distractions common cause of teens’ car accidents

A new study found that distracted driving is more dangerous for teen drivers than previously thought. Researchers examined video footage in teens’ vehicles to see what caused car accidents involving…

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New York Dram Shop Laws Regarding Injuries From Assault

In this blog post, we will discuss New York’s so-called dram shop laws. Many of us know someone who has a story of visiting a bar, restaurant or night club…

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Who is legally responsible for gym injuries?

We live in a health and fitness conscious society with fifty million Americans belonging to health clubs. With many more people becoming members of fitness facilities, statistically, more injuries will…

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Better accident reports could prevent bike accidents

When it comes to personal injury matters, accident reports are very important. They provide information about what exactly happened, what caused the crash, and other helpful details — or at…

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NYCHA resident, age 2, discovered to have highly elevated levels of lead in bloodstream

We recently wrote a blog post about a lawsuit that was filed by tenants against the New York City Housing Authority. The lawsuit was filed due to the unsafe living…

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Tenants at Bronx housing development sue NYCHA citing unsafe living conditions

With housing in short supply and high demand, many New York City residents have seen their rents increase exponentially within the last decade. The cost of living in the city…

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East Village Explosion

Recently, a building in New York’s East Village exploded, killing two and injuring dozens. Although investigations are still ongoing, authorities suspect that the cause of the accident resulted from an…

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DOT Taking Measures to Resolve Traffic Problems in Flushing

The DOT is taking measures to resolve the traffic problems that have plagued Flushing for years, making it a dangerous area to motorists and pedestrians alike. After work commenced about…

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