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Who Can Bring a Wrongful Death Claim in New York?

While everyone must die sometime, sometimes when you lose a loved one, you are left feeling they should still be with you. If you feel someone’s death was unjustified, you may be able to claim wrongful death. It means that you file a claim against…

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Parking Lots Look Safe, But They Can Be Dangerous

What could be safer than a parking lot? Some drivers and passengers probably assume they are safer than the roads themselves. You just park your vehicle in the lot get out, enter a building or other destination and come out and get back in the…

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Poor Sidewalk Design Can Harm Those in Wheelchairs

Sidewalks help keep pedestrians out of dangerous traffic across New York City. In total, there are more than 12,000 miles of sidewalks. The maintenance responsibility for these sidewalks typically falls to property owners. Unfortunately, some sidewalks in New York don’t receive the maintenance and repair…

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Adult Survivors Act Passes to Through the Judiciary Committee

Residents of New York who have survived sexual abuse have reason for new hope. The Adult Survivors Act has passed through the Senate Judiciary Committee. What is the Adult Survivors Act? The Adult Survivors Act is a bill that was created in New York to…

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What Damages Can Be Recovered In A Wrongful Death Suit?

Wrongful death claims are similar to personal injury cases to some degree, especially in the state of New York where the personal injury claim of a decedent is actually combined with the wrongful death actions. The elements of the claim will begin with the pecuniary…

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Determining Who Can File a Wrongful Death Suit

In New York, families that have suffered through wrongful deaths have to deal with strict personal injury laws. The rules are standard in most court cases, so it’s important to know who can file a wrongful death lawsuit. Who can file There are certain individuals…

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Catching Hit-and-Run Drivers in New York

It’s human instinct to want to flee the scene after getting involved in an accident in New York. However, that’s the last thing you want to do in that situation because it comes with very serious consequences. If someone hits you and runs, here’s what…

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Traffic Fatalities Increased In New York In 2021

Commuters in New York City may worry about their safety when traveling on highly congested roadways and for good reason. Statistics portray a dire picture of 2021 fatality rates from vehicle accidents, and concerns exist that things won’t get better in 2022. In a region…

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Moratorium Leads To Thousands Of Child Sex Abuse Cases Filed

A law in the state of New York allows survivors of child sex abuse to fight back against their abusers. It involves a moratorium on the statute of limitations to file lawsuits for the abuse. As a result of the changes to the law, thousands…

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Research Analyzes Fatal Accidents Involving E-Scooters And Cars

In New York and around the country, electric scooters have become a daily part of navigating city streets. Unfortunately, that has also led to a troubling number of fatal accidents. For those who take to the road on an e-scooter, it is important to pay…

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