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Queens Construction Accident Demonstrates NY’s Safety Shortcomings

Daniel A Kalish – A recent tragedy in Queens is one of the latest construction accidents in the tri-state area to highlight the dangers of construction work and hints at possible shortcomings in New York’s construction safety regulations. A 26-year-old Queens resident and construction worker was crushed under the weight of an 18-foot high cinder […]

Do you like to “Tell-A-Friend”? If so, this message is for you.

Many of us ask friends or family members for recommendations for anything from plumbers to Thai food to mechanics.  Almost without fail they are happy and eager to offer a referral.  Everyone likes to talk about “their guy” who does the best work in town.  They love to “tell-a-friend“.  We do too…do you? If so, […]

50,000 Views and counting – The Personal Injury Law Blog

  Today we reached a proud milestone.  50,000 views of our Blog! We’ve come a long way since our injury law blog launch on Friday, October 20th 2006 (read 1st blog post here).   We recklessly jumped out of the starting gate armed with the good intentions of educating the everyday person on all things […]

Why should I hire a Car Accident Lawyer?

Many people choose to settle minor (no injuries) car incidents claims with their insurance company, but it is a wise idea to hire a lawyer if involved in a major accident such as a fatality or even death. Accident lawyers can help you figure what options are best for your particular case when it comes […]

George Washington Bridge fatal car accident snarls morning commute

A 32-year-old Manhattan woman was killed in a single-car wreck Tuesday morning after she lost control of her minivan on the George Washington Bridge, authorities said. Patricia Salcedo’s Toyota van flipped several times and landed on its roof on the New York side of the bridge’s upper level about 4 a.m., authorities said. She was […]

Study Finds Criminal Pasts of Nursing Home Workers

More than 90 percent of nursing homes employ one or more people who have been convicted of at least one crime, federal investigators said Wednesday in a new report. In addition, they said, 5 percent of all nursing home employees have at least one criminal conviction. The report was issued by Daniel R. Levinson, inspector […]

Disney Princess Plastic Trikes Recalled by Kiddieland Due to Laceration Hazard

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product. Name of Product: […]