Category: General

How to Interpret Crash Test Results

Posted On January 16, 2018 In Car Accidents,General

Overall, today’s vehicles are safer than they have ever been. However, the crash test ratings for each vehicle varies on a wide spectrum. When choosing a vehicle, you want to feel comfortable that in the event of a car accident, your car will protect you.

Traumatic Brain Injuries After Accidents

Posted On August 8, 2017 In Car Accidents,Construction Accidents,General

Unfortunately, more than a million Americans suffer a traumatic brain injury each year. Whether the injury is a traumatic brain injury (TBI), a skull fracture, a closed head injury, or a brain bleed, over 80,000 people suffer from long-term disabilities due to their brain injury.

New York Motorcycle Safety Tips

Posted On May 15, 2017 In General

Motorcycle season in New York is upon us. As the winter begins to fade off into the distance, people all across the state of New York will begin to throw on the leather and “pony up.” It’s no secret to anyone who has ridden a motorcycle that they are fun, fuel efficient and downright fast.…

Nursing Home Resident With Dementia Beaten To Death

Posted On March 17, 2017 In General

A family is pursuing justice after an 82-year-old woman died in the nursing home she was a resident of from injuries consistent with being physically beaten.

Did The Nursing Home Fail Their Resident?

The victim had been living at the nursing home for quite some time.

Sludge Pile Caves In On Top Of New York Worker

Posted On February 3, 2017 In General

Everyone knows that electricity is necessary to make a majority of household goods work. But unless they work for the power plant producing that electricity, New Yorkers are rarely aware of the dangers that employees face every day.

Sludge Piles: Disgusting & Treacherous

Did you know that from one coal plant, 125,000 tons of ash and 193,000 tons of sludge are produced every year?