Monthly Archives: August 2020

New York Personal Injury Law Blog

A Life Lost by a Life-Saving Vehicle

Eight minutes. In that short amount of time, a call came into NYC emergency responders at 12:43 a.m. They were notified that a 59-year-old Jamil Almansouri, the owner of Mike’s…

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Is an apartment owner liable when NY man dies in fall off fire escape?

A 30-year-old New Yorker stepped out of his apartment to have a smoke on his fire escape early one morning. The prior evening had been rainy, and the surface was…

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What happens when you’re hit by a food delivery driver?

With the rise of online ordering, services like DoorDash, Caviar, and UberEats are becoming increasingly popular. Spaghetti bolognese, salmon sashimi, barbecue, beef dumplings, deep-dish pizza – any food you could…

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Where are the blind spots on a commercial truck?

Most motorists know that truck drivers must have a special license, called a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), to be able to operate tractor-trailers. Some drivers may also know that truck…

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Damages for emotional losses in wrongful death lawsuits

The emotional weight of a wrongful death is immense. There’s the cold shock of reality, the numbness of depression and the constant worry about the future. No matter what role…

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After spate of crashes, Revel yanks its mopeds off the streets

Emerging technology was supposed to help usher in a new era of urban transportation. Instead, it seems to be getting people killed and injured. Since launching in the summer of…

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