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Posted on 11/10/22

Bicycle accidents are largely preventable, but only if everyone follows the rules of the road. This includes bicyclists, pedestrians, and other drivers. Bicycle accidents happen in a variety of ways, often due to the negligence of one or more parties. Here, we want to delve into liability issues that commonly arise after a bicycle crash


Posted on 11/05/22

If you want to ride your bicycle around New York, that’s fantastic. Riders are able to save some gas money, and they won’t have to worry about the same types of parking issues. However, we do want to make sure you understand some of the more important bicycle laws before you head out. These laws


Posted on 10/01/22

If you experience the tragic loss of a loved one in a preventable accident, you may be able to seek financial compensation through a wrongful death lawsuit in New York. Before you can recover compensation, however, you must meet the burden of proof. The burden of proof is an evidentiary standard that must be met



Posted on 05/01/22

A hit-and-run accident is a type of vehicle collision where the at-fault driver illegally flees the scene without stopping or exchanging information with the other driver. It is an especially dangerous type of accident because an injured victim may not receive the emergency medical care that he or she needs, since the other driver does


Posted on 04/28/22

Many car accidents are not only caused by the negligence of one party but are a combination of mistakes made by multiple parties. One driver might be speeding, for example, while another isn’t yielding the right-of-way. If both parties involved in a car accident share fault for the collision, New York’s comparative negligence law will


Posted on 03/28/22

Pre-existing conditions are commonly involved in personal injury claims in New York, as many adults have old injuries, medical conditions, and general aches and pains. While a pre-existing condition will not always affect your ability to recover financial compensation, it is a hurdle that you may have to overcome. What is a Pre-Existing Condition? Is


Posted on 03/03/22

Motorcycles are a common choice for getting around New York. They are light, fast, and easy to maneuver on some of New York’s busiest streets. As most of the U.S., New York continues to prohibit the practice known as lane-splitting – the riding of a motorcycle between two lanes of same-direction traffic. Learn more about


Posted on 03/03/22

When it comes to giving consent to medical treatments, people often confuse express and implied consent. This distinction is important, as a lack of informed consent can be used as grounds for a statutory cause of action in New York. Filing a medical malpractice action based on a lack of informed consent could result in


Posted on 01/25/22

 Slip and fall accidents are a common cause of injuries in New York. From falls in icy parking lots to wet floors in supermarkets, slip and falls can happen anywhere, at any time. If you get injured in a slip and fall accident, you will need to learn some of New York’s related laws before