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Know Your Options For Addressing A Work-Related Injury

You likely count on your ability to go to work each day. You need to be able to earn a living. So, what happens if you are injured and can’t work? You might feel like this is a hopeless situation, but it isn’t. You do…

Types Of Injuries Suffered In New York Car Accidents

Getting behind the wheel of your vehicle each day is a risk that not many people realize they are taking. Driving is a dangerous task. Even if you are the safest of drivers, you can never trust that other drivers around you will be just…

3 Tips To Reduce Your Risk Of An Accident When Biking In The Road

Bicyclists are permitted to drive in the road alongside cars and other vehicles. However, if a motor vehicle collides with a bicycle, the results can be disastrous for the rider. Therefore, it’s important for any cyclist to ride defensively and to take extra precautions to…

Falling Objects Can Lead To Fatal Accidents

Falls are one of the biggest hazards that construction workers face, but it isn’t always the worker falling that it is the problem. Objects that workers use when they are at heights above ground level can easily cause a fatality if the object is heavy…

When Can I Receive Lost Wages Benefits?

Injured New York workers who suffered their injuries while carrying out their job duties may be able to receive lost wages benefits through the state workers’ compensation program if their injuries prevent them from going to work. Lost wages will not compensate you for your…

Tennis Pro Eugenie Bouchard Settles A Slip-And-Fall Lawsuit

The once highly ranked Canadian tennis player Eugenie Bouchard settled an injury lawsuit with the United States Tennis Association (USTA) on Friday, Feb. 23. She had filed a lawsuit against the USTA in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, following a 2015 incident at the…



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