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How “Visitor Status” Impacts Premises Liability Claims

If you are injured on someone else’s property, you may have grounds to file a premises liability lawsuit. However, a few things must be considered before you can do this. One of these is your status as a visitor to the premises. Here’s what this…

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Slip-and-Fall Accidents Can Cause Traumatic Brain Injuries

People may think that slipping and falling isn’t any big deal, but the truth is that these incidents can lead to serious injuries. One injury that can occur is a TBI (TBI). This type of injury can lead to several effects that impact the victim’s…

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Is Your Dog Bite Infected?

When a dog bite gets infected, it can become much more serious than it would have been otherwise. Some infections can lead to conditions like sepsis, for instance, and you may need serious medical care as your condition grows worse. Puncture wounds, like those from…

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How Do I Claim Compensation For Swimming Pool Injuries?

Most of New York’s outdoor pools won’t open for another few months but there are still plenty of indoor pools you can use. Teaching your child how to swim can save their life, yet what if they are injured or killed in the process? If…

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Can You Sue the City Of New York if Injured On City Property?

When a person suffers a slip-and-fall injury on someone’s property, they may be eligible to claim compensation from the property owner in New York. What happens if someone gets hurt on city property? An example would be falling on the stairs at City Hall. How…

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What To Do If You Fall While On Your Landlord’s Property

Generally speaking, a landlord has an obligation to keep their New York rental property free of hazards that could cause a slip, trip or fall accident. If you are injured while living in a home or apartment complex owned by another person, you may be…

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As New York Removes Last Payphones, Sidewalk Dangers Emerge

New York City is removing vestiges of a bygone era. More than 3,000 payphone banks will soon be gone in the city’s five boroughs. The payphones will be eliminated to make room for Internet kiosks and help provide more sidewalk room for pedestrians and those…

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Does Your New York Apartment Have Unsafe Conditions?

You have the right to safe housing that meets the quality standards set by New York City Housing Preservation and Development. If you experience an injury or become ill because of the conditions in your apartment, your landlord may have legal responsibility. Review the factors…

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What You Have To Prove In A Premises Liability Case

When you fall and hurt yourself because of someone else’s negligence, you may look to the responsible party for help paying medical bills and related care costs. If you decide to file a claim against the person or business responsible for your slip-and-fall accident in…

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How Much is My Premises Liability Claim Worth?

When a person is injured while on another’s property, it may give rise to a premise liability claim. Certain legal factors must be present to have a successful claim. There must be a failure to use reasonable care that resulted in the accident and injuries…

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