Year: 2016

Pavement Roller Flips Killing The Man Operating It

Posted On September 19, 2016 In Construction Accidents

State police have confirmed that a construction worker lost his life in Darien N.Y. after the pavement roller he was driving flipped over.

A Loss Of Control

Coworkers report that the driver was helping to load the pavement roller onto the back of a flatbed trailer when he appeared to lose control.

Using A Ride-Sharing App? You May Be Putting Your Life At Risk

Posted On September 2, 2016 In Car Accidents

car involved in a ride-sharing accidentThe idea of hiring a driver to take passengers from point A to B is not a new one. The first taxi service was launched in 1605 and consisted of a horse and carriage. By 1908, taxi services were car based.

How Poor Truck Maintenance Causes Accidents

Posted On August 22, 2016 In Car Accidents

We live in an age when it is frequently more convenient to order items online then go to a store and every day, millions of packages are delivered. While these goods can be shipped by water, rail, or air, the majority of all packages are shipped through the trucking industry.…

Leve & Ecker, PLLC In The Community

Posted On August 17, 2016 In General

We are delighted to report that our firm was featured in the Westchester County Business Journal for volunteering at Lifting Up Westchester’s Annual Carnival Day on July 21, 2016.…

Medication Errors Hurt Hundreds Of Nursing Home Residents Daily

Posted On August 11, 2016 In General

a few drugs that nurses commonly make medication errors withGabriel Garcia Marquez wrote, “Age has no reality except in the physical world.” For many, this is true. As they age, they find that at heart they are still young but their body needs additional, round-the-clock care. Frequently, that care is given to them by nurses and physicians in nursing homes.