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5 Common Causes Of Boating Accidents In New York

Boating remains a favored pastime in New York, from the Great Lakes to the Hudson River and the Long Island Sound. Navigating New York’s waters can offer exhilarating experiences, but it also carries risks. Each year, boating accidents lead to serious injuries and, at times,…

What To Do If You Receive A Worker’s Compensation Claim Denial

If you work for a company, your company likely pays for worker’s compensation insurance that protects you and the company financially if you receive an injury at work. However, worker’s compensation insurance companies are for-profit organizations. Therefore, every claim receives a rigorous review, and many…

3 Examples Of Unsafe Working Conditions

Many people who work in all industries sustain injuries on the job every year in New York. Sometimes, injuries simply happen and are unfortunately unavoidable. However, there are a lot of workplace injuries that employees can attribute to unsafe working conditions. Here are three examples…

Wrongful Death: What You Need To Know About Filing A Lawsuit

Losing a loved one is a devastating experience, and it can be even more difficult when the death happened because of negligence or misbehavior. In some cases, the surviving family members may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit to seek compensation for their…

Electrocution Injuries On Construction Sites

In the United States, the majority of electrocution injuries occur in occupational settings. These injuries can be complex and life-threatening. According to the CDC, electrocution is more common in construction than in all other professions combined. It is one of OSHA’s “focus four” or “fatal…

What Documents Do I Need For My Personal Injury Claim?

If you get injured in an accident, you may face long-lasting trauma and unexpected bills. As a victim, you have three years from the date of the incident to file a claim. Once you set things in motion, documentation plays a crucial role in your…

When Is A Construction Company Liable For A Worker’s Injuries?

A poorly-managed construction site can be a dangerous place to work. Slips, falls, and equipment-related injuries all become more common when managers fail to uphold proper safety standards. This raises the question of who exactly holds liability for injuries that befall construction workers on site.…

3 FAQs About The National Definition For Serious Injuries

Several federal agencies created a national definition states can use to report severe injuries. They made it per the 4th edition of the Model Minimum Uniform Crash Criteria’s Suspected Serious Injury requirements. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions regarding this definition. 1. Why…

Proving Slip-And-Fall Cases During Icy Conditions

Winter is here, and pedestrians have an increased risk of slipping on ice. According to the National Floor Safety Institute, falls are the leading cause of emergency room visits in the US. Unfortunately, proving a slip-and-fall case is not always easy. To demonstrate the owner’s…

Can A Social Media Rant Impact Your Personal Injury Claim?

Social media is a massive part of modern daily life and culture. When any major event happens in your life, you may feel compelled to share it with your circle by making a post on Facebook, Twitter or TikTok. You have the right to make…

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