Month: February 2016

Bicyclist Killed On Staten Island By Impaired Driver

Posted On February 26, 2016 In Car Accidents

A family is mourning the loss of one of their own due to the poor decisions made by a woman driving on Staten Island.

Unnecessary Death

59-year-old Stanley Marshall was riding his bike on Richmond Road when he was involved in a car accident with driver Lisa Martini.…

Mayor Of New York City Fights For Construction Safety

Posted On February 19, 2016 In Construction Accidents


Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced that he intends to do everything he can to improve safety on construction sites. His decision to pursue changes to how safety violations in the construction industry will be dealt with comes just one week after a crane collapsed in Tribeca, killing one man and injuring several others.

How To Properly Document Your Personal Injury Losses

Posted On February 12, 2016 In General


It is important for the victims of an accident to understand how they can take steps to document every loss or expense that they have experienced after an accident. It doesn’t matter if you have been injured in a construction accident, a slip and fall, a car accident, or hurt by a defective product, you should use the following as a guideline.

Nurse Awarded Favorable Verdict In Slip And Fall Case

Posted On February 6, 2016 In Slip Trip & Fall

A 39-year-old woman was on her way to work at a local hospital when she slipped and fell on ice in front of the building. She was taken inside and x-rays revealed that she had fractured her ankle. She filed a slip and fall lawsuit against the hospital, alleging that they had failed to properly clear the property of snow and ice, and had therefore been negligent.