Category: Personal injury

Everything You Need to Know About Workers’ Comp in New York

Posted On October 27, 2022 In Personal injury

If you are an employee in New York, you should be covered through your employer for workers’ compensation in the event of on-the-job injury. In fact, most employers must carry workers’ compensation insurance for all of their employees. But simply knowing this may not be enough to calm your concerns after you have been injured on the job.…

What Damages Can I Collect Through a Motorcycle Accident Claim?

Posted On October 20, 2022 In Personal injury

If you have been in a motorcycle accident, you may feel confused or overwhelmed about what you should do in its aftermath. You likely also have a few questions that require answers. What damages can you collect through a motorcycle accident lawsuit?…

Who Is Liable if Your Child Is Injured at School?

Posted On October 6, 2022 In Personal injury

Placing your child’s well-being in the hands of school staff is stressful. There is often that moment of fear and apprehension when you first drop your child off that they could somehow be hurt, and it is no wonder parents feel this way.

New York Signs Adult Survivors Act Into Law

Posted On October 3, 2022 In Personal injury

On May 24, 2022, Governor Kathy Hochul signed into law the New York Adult Survivors Act, creating a one-year window, between November 24, 2022 and November 24, 2023, for adult victims of sexual offenses to seek civil justice for crimes previously committed against them.

4 Steps to Take After a New York Golf Cart Accident

Posted On September 27, 2022 In Personal injury

Golf carts are no longer just for the golf course. While they are still found primarily on golf courses, golf carts are seen more and more in other locations, including certain neighborhoods and communities, and at vacation spots. But, with golf carts in use in more places than ever before, accidents involving their use – including both golf cart riders and pedestrians – have increased quite a bit in recent years.