Slip and Fall Accident in the Workplace: A Case Study

In 2014, one in five workplace accidents took place on a construction site (source). Despite dozens of codes, regulations and laws companies are required to follow; construction sites naturally expose workers to what the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) calls the “Fatal Four.” Electrocution, struck by object, stuck between objects and, with the highest […]

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Case Study: Car Accident | New York Personal Injury Attorney

Accidents happen all the time, and sometimes they happen when we least expect them. In situations like the ones we are about to share, accidents can happen while we’re on the road following the rules. In this particular case, our client Eugenia Cajigas was in a car accident in New York City. She and her […]

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Construction Worker Injured on the Job | Queens Construction Accident Attorneys

Queens construction site accidents are unfortunately all too common, and can sometimes lead to devastating injuries for workers. Without proper representation, these workers may not receive the compensation they deserve. People work honest jobs in order to earn for the important things in their lives. People are motivated by a lot of things – perhaps […]

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Police Brutality: Protecting Your Rights

How Can I Protect My Rights When It Comes to Police Brutality? Police misconduct is an unfortunate occurrence that’s becoming increasingly common in this state. For the most part, police officers pride themselves on protecting citizens and keeping our cities safe. However, like any occupation that involves power, there are some bad seeds that abuse […]

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Procedure Changes for Lead Testing Methods at NYC Schools

Full Article New York City has recently stated an adjustment to its procedure for testing the water supply of schools for dangerous lead levels. This new procedure is being implemented after experts said the methods that were being used could lower the levels found. The night before the samples were taken the contractors would let […]

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