Monthly Archives: April 2018

New York Personal Injury Law Blog

Renter safety is a landlord’s obligation

The news has been filled lately with sad stories of death and injury due to fires in rental housing in New York. One story making headlines involves a Buffalo family…

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City life is risky enough for children. Play shouldn’t be

Apartment living might not be the norm in New York City, but it is certainly big business. One of the largest players in the market is the New York City…

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Beyond workers’ comp: third-party liability for work accidents

Construction workers typically cannot sue their employers if they are injured on the job. But you can sue outside your chain of employment. New York has a special law which…

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Bike accident reconstruction is trickier than a car vs. car crash

When there is dispute about the facts of a crash, sometimes it is necessary to “reconstruct” the scene and the events leading up to impact. But a bicycle accident is…

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