Category: General

How Can I Prove a Product Was Defective?

Posted On August 3, 2020 In General

If you, your child, or another member of your family has been injured in a product-related accident, it is important that you speak with an attorney about your legal rights. Defective products are a major cause of serious injury, but pursuing a legal claim for compensation is much different from simply demanding a refund.…

What to Expect During a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Posted On August 3, 2020 In General

When you file a personal injury lawsuit in New York, there are multiple steps in the process before your case goes to trial. This is why, for better or worse, personal injury lawsuits take time when they are pursued appropriately and zealously by a personal injury attorney.…

How to Spot Nursing Home Negligence & Abuse

Posted On June 18, 2020 In General

By Adam C. Weiss of Lever & Ecker, PLLC.

According to the most recent U.S. Census Bureau statistics, in 2016, the population of Americans at the age of 65 and over had reached 49.2 million. Since then, the demographic continues to grow.…

How to Handle Accident-Related Injuries and Lawsuits During a Pandemic

Posted On May 28, 2020 In General

By: David B. Lever

The Covid-19 pandemic has had, and continues to have, an enormous impact on all of our lives. Navigating these challenging times from a health, well-being and financial standpoint has been a struggle for everyone, including those who have unfortunately suffered personal injuries following an accident and are facing substantial difficulties in their efforts to receive the medical care, elective surgeries or therapy they need to recover and feel better.…

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in New York?

Posted On March 16, 2020 In General

If you are coping with the unexpected loss of a family member, it certainly seems like the law should make it easy to recover your losses. Your loved one died as a result of someone else’s negligence, and New York law makes clear that negligent parties are liable for the consequences of their mistakes.…