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When is a Workers’ Compensation Claim Also Personal Injury?

Before the pandemic, the average person spent the majority of their time awake at work rather than at home. As things are returning to some semblance of normalcy and more people are returning to their offices/places of work, injuries in the workplace are bound to increase in likelihood. For someone who’s never filed a Workers’ Read More

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The Deadliest Road in New York

There are many dangerous roads within New York. Roads where accidents arise regularly – where many die from the various mishaps that occur. Pedestrians, cyclists, and even drivers aren’t safe on these roads. Broadway in Manhattan, Union Turnpike in Queens, Brighton Beach Avenue in Brooklyn, and Grand Concourse in Bronx are all host to fatal Read More

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Eyes on the Road!

Imagine you’re driving down a road – no different than any other road. It’s an ordinary, clear day. Perhaps you’re on the highway, heading into work. Your eyes scan the road ahead, dimly aware of the other cars around you. Your phone pings next to you – sharp and unexpected. Suddenly, your eyes shift off Read More

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Teens Critically Injured on Cooper Avenue

As recently as President’s Day, a moped collided with a car in Queens, NY – along 88th Street and Cooper Avenue. The car was making a left turn onto Cooper Avenue when it struck the two teens. The accident left the 15-year-old male driver with an injured leg, and the 16-year-old female passenger with severe Read More

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Wave of New Traffic Cameras Hit New York

More and more cameras are appearing on the roads of New York each day. These take the form of either the red-light cameras that catch any crossings at a red light, or the speed cameras for those going over the pre-defined speed limit. In places like Manhattan and Queens, there are numerous cameras – around Read More

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New York No-Fault: An Introduction

New York state’s No-fault law came into existence during the 1970’s as a means to expedite claim payments tied to motor vehicle accidents. Including both medical and wage replacement coverage, this legislation spared parties from having to navigate the court system through litigation, providing some relief to an already overburdened court system through the utilization Read More

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If a Defective Traffic Light Led to an Accident, Can You Sue the City?

There are thousands of car accidents caused by defective or malfunctioning traffic lights in the United States each year, many of them occurring in New York City. Victims of such accidents may be able to secure compensation from all liable parties, including the city itself. According to a New York City Comptroller’s report, the city Read More

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Large versus small Law Firms

Choosing between hiring a large or small law firm can be a difficult decision at times, especially with the plethora of advertisements that people receive every day that praise the accomplishments that large law firms can attain for their clients. Particularly, many clients tend to contact large law firms over small firms assuming automatically that Read More

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45 Day Rule

In order to be eligible to receive No-Fault benefits, does a medical provider have an obligation to send/mail medical bills to an insurance carrier in a timely manner?  The answer is yes. A Medical provider must submit medical billing to the insurance carrier within 45 calendar days from the date of service. The medical provider Read More

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What to do if you are hit by a car and you are riding a bike

If you are hit by a car and you are riding a bike, you should take the following steps to ensure that you are adequately protected: A. The first thing you should do is call 911 and speak to witnesses at the scene of the accident. This should be done right after the accident occurs. Read More

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