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

A recent client of a car accident describes their experience with the New York personal injury attorneys at The Orlow Firm. A car accident can have a negative impact on your entire life. The attorneys at The Orlow Firm were always available for any questions during the process. Dealing with a car accident can be […]

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Case Study: Construction Accident | New York Construction Accident Attorney

A recent client of a construction accident describes their experience with the New York construction accident attorneys at The Orlow Firm. Accidents on construction sites are common and the legal process can be confusing, but the attorneys at The Orlow Firm stay in contact with their clients and explain each step of the process. If you have been involved […]

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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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