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Take Action After a Hit-And-Run!

Hit-and-run accidents have been a growing problem in recent years. If a driver strikes another vehicle, occupied or not, and leaves the scene without alerting authorities or exchanging information with the other driver it is considered a hit-and-run. The reasons for a hit and run incident can vary – not wanting to file an insurance … Continue reading Take Action After a Hit-And-Run!

Our NYC Personal Injury Attorneys gave presentations at Cardozo Law School last night

Three of our New York Personal Injury Lawyers visited Cardozo Law School yesterday night. Marijo Adimey, Christopher Donadio and Ben Rubinowitz gave a demonstration of Opening Statements to second and third year students. For more than a dozen years Cardozo Law has invited lawyers from the firm to conduct trial demonstrations to the students.  Cardozo Law has … Continue reading Our NYC Personal Injury Attorneys gave presentations at Cardozo Law School last night

Ben Rubinowitz discusses Medical Malpractice at the Annual Meeting of the New York Section of the American Urological Association in Cuba

Our managing partner, New York Medical Malpractice Lawyer Ben Rubinowitz was invited by the New York Section of the American Urological Association Education & Research to participate in their 115th annual meeting. This meeting took place in Havana, Cuba, from November 5th to November 11th. During the meeting participants attended scientific sessions covering: Kidney Cancer … Continue reading Ben Rubinowitz discusses Medical Malpractice at the Annual Meeting of the New York Section of the American Urological Association in Cuba

Plaintiff’s Case Permitted to Proceed Against Private Company Responsible for Maintaining Traffic Lights

Earlier this month, an appellate court issued a written opinion in a California car accident case requiring the court to discuss whether the lower court was proper to dismiss the plaintiff’s claim in a pre-trial motion for summary judgment. The lower court based its decision to dismiss the case on its finding that the defendant … Continue reading Plaintiff’s Case Permitted to Proceed Against Private Company Responsible for Maintaining Traffic Lights

Crazy van driver fatally hit pedestrian over fender-bender fight in Brooklyn, NYC

A pedestrian was killed by a van driver who had previously crashed into his car in a supermarket parking lot in New York City. The 65 year old victim was coming out of Costco on Second Ave and 37th Street in Sunny Park, Brooklyn when he saw a commercial van striking his car and driving … Continue reading Crazy van driver fatally hit pedestrian over fender-bender fight in Brooklyn, NYC

Is the Air Force Liable in Texas Church Shooting?

Last week, Devin Kelley gunned down 26 people in a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. As it turns out, due to an Air Force court-martial for domestic violence, Kelley should never have been allowed to purchase the AR-15 military-style rifle he used in the shooting. The problem was that the Air Force never reported his … Continue reading Is the Air Force Liable in Texas Church Shooting?

“Me Decían Que Yo Pagara Todo…Pero Yo No Tenía Dinero Para Pagar ni el Transporte De Las Clínicas, ni la Clínica, Doctores, Nada.”

Sr. Cupuchino, de Dallas, Texas, nos dice como Angel Reyes y el personal de el Bufete de Abogados de Reyes Browne Reilley le ayudó a él recuperarse de daños sufridos de un accidente automovilistico. “Mi nombre es José Capuchino, yo contraté los servicios de aquí de los abogados Reyes, porque el 28 de marzo de … Continue reading “Me Decían Que Yo Pagara Todo…Pero Yo No Tenía Dinero Para Pagar ni el Transporte De Las Clínicas, ni la Clínica, Doctores, Nada.”

Deadline set to December 1st for Electronic reporting of injuries and illnesses to OSHA

Employers who are required to fill what is commonly called the “OSHA Log” have to submit their 2016 injury and illness data electronically by December 1st. The original deadline was July 1st but OSHA announced in May that the deadline would be postponed. OSHA didn’t provide any specific date at the time. This requirement complies … Continue reading Deadline set to December 1st for Electronic reporting of injuries and illnesses to OSHA

Daylight Savings Time: The Dangers of Driver Fatigue

There are a lot of things to dislike about daylight saving time: the disruption in our sleep schedule, the onslaught of seasonal puns in retail advertisements, the fact that it doesn’t work as well at saving energy as we’ve always been told, and thus, it really serves no purpose. But have you ever thought about the … Continue reading Daylight Savings Time: The Dangers of Driver Fatigue

Can You Sue If Someone Makes You Sick?

With what we now know about how germs are spread, one might think that if someone gets them sick, they’ll be able to sue the person who got them sick. While, generally, you can sue anyone for anything, particularly when you’ve been clearly wronged by another’s negligence, doing so is not always a good idea. … Continue reading Can You Sue If Someone Makes You Sick?

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