Monthly Archives: June 2016

New York Personal Injury Law Blog

Swimming Pool Premises Liability and Slip-and-Fall Accidents

The summer season is fast approaching and, with it, the opening of backyard swimming pools for summer fun. Unfortunately, every year, thousands of people in the United States suffer serious…

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Are venues doing enough to protect customers from violence?

When our readers think about premises liability, they likely remember stories about people slipping and falling on liquids in a grocery store or someone being injured by falling objects in…

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New York State Passes Stricter Drunk Driving and Boating Legislation

For many, the ideal means of relaxation and recreation is spending a summer day on the high seas. However, some neglect the risks that come with driving a boat under…

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What level of liability is required at tourist attractions?

When people go to theme parks or visit hotels, there is a certain expectation of safety. Those seeking thrills on roller coasters or simply walking through an amusement park generally…

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Recent New York bicycle accident: 1 killed by truck

Any New York City cyclist who either commutes to work or merely uses a bicycle as a means of transportation, pleasure, or exercise will most likely admit that riding a…

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Fatal New York accident leads to two arrests

Humans have very basic responsibilities to one another. First and foremost, humans must attempt to ensure that their actions do not intentionally cause harm to others. If an accident occurs,…

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Bicyclist Killed after Colliding with Truck

A 27-year-old woman was killed when she was struck by a truck as she was riding her bicycle to work in Brooklyn. The New York Daily News reported that, on…

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Pedestrian struck by SUV in Midtown accident

Being in New York City can be a thrilling experience for most individuals. Whether living and working in one of the greatest cities of the modern world, or simply visiting,…

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Determining responsibility for premises liability accidents

When an individual enters another person’s property in New York, he or she has a reasonable expectation that he or she will not be injured. This means that the property…

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What should you do to address a landlord-tenant dispute?

Your living situation is an incredibly important part of your life, obviously. Everyone expects a peaceful, warming and welcoming home to live in. So when a landlord fails to live…

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