Wrongful death lawsuit looms for New York emergency responders

A family who lost their four-year-old girl after a pedestrian accident is planning to sue all parties involved for $40 million dollars. The parents allege in the complaint that the emergency responders of New York City and the unlicensed driver who caused the motor vehicle accident were careless and negligent in their actions. Attorneys for […]

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Workers may be injured by storms and hot summer weather

As the temperatures rise, New Yorkers may be making plans to enjoy summer vacations and hot weather. For those who work indoors, summer weather is not a problem. But not all workers have the benefit of a ceiling and air conditioning to keep themselves cool. Many types of workers must be outside, and summer weather […]

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Premises liability: Gas explosion injures seven at college

An explosion rocked a college campus north of New York City, sending investigators scrambling to find the cause of the blast. The explosion, believed to be from gas, injured seven people who were on campus. A nearby middle school was evacuated as a precaution after the blast. The sudden explosion badly damaged a building that […]

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