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New York Personal Injury Law Blog

How to Handle Dangerous Toy Injuries

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, hospital emergency rooms in the United States saw 198,000 toy-related injuries in 2020. Some accidents are just accidents. Others happen when a manufacturer…

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When Does It Make Sense to Pursue a Construction Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Most of the people who get injured on construction sites will address medical bills and lost wages through workers’ comp. They might even suffer minor injuries, such as accidentally cutting…

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Lithium Ion Battery Fire Injuries in NYC

A fire broke out on January 26, 2023, at a Queens daycare. A lithium-ion battery from an e-bike sparked the fire. The New York Fire Department reports that the number…

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How Would the New York Climate Negligence Bill Work?

NY Senate Bill S9612 creates climate negligence for dangers to safety and health caused by fossil fuel activity. The bill’s sponsors say they wish to hold fossil fuel companies accountable…

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