NYC Airbnb Injuries and What You Need to Know

When it comes to a trip, many people plan ahead. But, for the most part, injuries aren't included in that plan. While you want to be prepared for all situations, you may not have accounted for an injury while staying in your Airbnb. So, in the event of an injury,…
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What to Know About New York Airport Accidents

Airport accidents can occur often and easily. With all the comings and goings, and the different facets of an airport, there are a lot of different ways to become injured. Read on to learn more about airport injuries in New York and what to do if you become injured. How…
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What if an Injury Occurred During Childbirth? What to Know

Births can be very complicated but families put a great deal of trust in their medical professionals to safely bring their newborn into the world. Unfortunately, even when a medical professional has done everything right, things can still go wrong. Even more unfortunate is that there are also situations where…
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What are DRAM Shop Laws in New York?

People who drive drunk and cause an accident can be held responsible for any injuries or deaths they cause as a result of their actions. While this is true, they may not be the only party that can be held liable for causing the accident. This is because establishments or…
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How Do I Sue After a New York City Scaffolding Accident?

When people go to work, they generally expect a day as usual. However, there are many different jobs that can be potentially dangerous, such as construction. A construction worker can be faced with various hazards throughout the day. This can include scaffolding, a structure of wood planks and metal poles.…
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United States Reaches Highest Level of Pedestrian Deaths Since 1988

Cases of pedestrian accidents are very serious and should be treated as such. This is because they can not only cause life-changing injuries but even death to those who are involved. A recent report from the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) suggests that 2019 saw the highest level of pedestrian…
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