Medical malpractice can result in serious injuries, and obtaining a missed or wrong diagnosis is more common than people think. According to the John Hopkins Institute, medical errors are the third-leading cause of fatalities in the United States, with 100,000 to 200,000 deaths every year. Our NYC Continue Reading..
Even when you follow all the rules and take all safety precautions, workplace injuries still happen. Accidents happen in a second—and when they do, you are often left with high medical bills at a time when you cannot go back to work to pay for them. Regardless of how your accident occurred, or even if Continue Reading..
If you were hurt in an accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, or carelessness, you have the right to file a claim for damages. Personal injury claims are intended to compensate you for the losses you sustained, such as medical bills and the pain and suffering that resulted from the accident. All personal Continue Reading..
The year 2021 has been vastly different from 2020 but in New York City, life has still not fully returned to normal. More people continue to work from home, meaning there are fewer people on the streets. Perhaps it is for this reason car accidents in the city were actually down this year from last Continue Reading..
Construction is a part of life in New York City. While construction is vital to the growth of the city, it is also one of the most dangerous occupations. Construction workers face a number of risks every day when they go to work and when they are involved in an accident, they sustain some of Continue Reading..
If you have been hurt by another person’s negligence, it is usually possible to file a third party claim against the careless party. When filing a claim, you are seeking financial compensation, known as damages, for all your losses. These losses include the medical bills you acquired to treat your injuries, your lost income, and Continue Reading..