Monthly Archives: July 2015

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Escalator Safety

Escalators are everywhere. They can be found at shopping malls, airports, hotels, public transportation terminals, movie theatres, and many other public places. While they are much more convenient than walking…

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10 percent of NYC ‘curb cuts’ don’t meet ADA’s standards

You probably don’t think about the sidewalk too much, and understandably so. But for people with disabilities, the sidewalk is a very important guide that alerts them to potential dangers…

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Hotel Injuries

Many people stay at hotels for business or pleasure. While a stay at a hotel is usually enjoyable, sometimes injuries can arise. While a hotel owes its guests a duty…

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Unlicensed daycare facility’s owner questioned in death of infant

For working parents with young children finding childcare is typically a major concern and quest. This is often especially true in cities like New York City where many working parents…

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Can I Sue as a Spectator for an Injury at a Baseball Game?

Most people go to baseball games to have fun, and spend time with friends and family while watching their favorite team. While professional sports players are always at risk for…

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Roller Skating Safety at the Rink

Both adults and children enjoy roller skating. Not only is it fun, but it provides a great way to exercise and socialize. With indoor rink facilities available, roller skating can…

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Brooklyn neighborhoods top list of the most dangerous places for bicyclists

Throughout U.S. cities, more people are choosing to commute via bicycle than ever before. This is true in New York City were Mayor de Blasio has committed to adding bike…

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Is your landlord negligent in failing to provide for the safety and security of tenants?

Throughout New York City, millions of residents pay thousands of dollars in rent each month to live in apartment buildings that are often plagued by safety issues and in desperate…

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Why U.S. postal carriers may be more guarded in certain New York City neighborhoods

According to New York City Economic Development Corporation, the city’s five boroughs are home to some 600,000 dogs. Owning a dog, especially in a dense urban area, is a big…

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Parents Engage in Safety Controversy Over Historic Playground

Controversy surrounding the design of a playground built in the 1960’s has reached a peak, according to a recent New York Times article. For several years, parents have been arguing…

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