Monthly Archives: July 2019

New York Personal Injury Law Blog

Who is liable in construction worker on-the-job deaths?

Working with heavy construction equipment is never 100% safe. In fact, just last week, on July 13, a man working at a Bronx recycling plant lost his life when a…

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Cyclist tips to help avoid collisions

The traffic is heavy, but that road is on your favorite route. It’s getting near dusk and your bike light doesn’t work, but you feel you’ll finish your ride before…

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What to do after suffering an injury while on vacation?

Each year, more than 50 million people visit New York City. In the last few years, tourism has continued to grow, with the big apple hosting a record number of…

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The Continuing Defect Saga of the Jeep Cherokee

Summer is a time for long drives, whether traveling to favorite vacation destinations or the need to get away from it all, if only for a short time. However, when…

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What if a helicopter ride goes wrong?

New York City is the most-visited city in the United States, attracting millions of tourists. one unique way to experience the sights and the scope of the NYC area is…

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Misleading Brand Names and Their Deadly Consequences

What’s in a name? In May, Tesla CEO Elon Musk used the word transformative in describing his company’s autonomous driving technology. The Tesla CEO believes that being on the cutting…

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The Dangers Surrounding the Rockets’ Red Glare

With Independence Day came rockets glaring red and a variety of other colors. Not limited to just one day in July, the lure of fireworks is often too much for…

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Public E-Scooters: Convenience Leads to Catastrophe

The extensive launch of electric scooters throughout the country was meant to provide mobility options for residents of more than 100 cities. However, with choice comes consequences. A significant number…

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