Monthly Archives: December, 2016

Destruction of Evidence Can Destroy Your Personal Injury Case

Destruction of Evidence Can Destroy Your Personal Injury Case

“Spoliation of evidence” may sound complicated and technical, but the concept is straightforward and very important for anyone involved in a personal injury case in New York. In simplest terms, “spoliation of evidence” means destroying or failing to preserve evidence. The consequences can be serious, whether you are the[...]

Winter Car Accidents No “Act of God”

Winter Car Accidents No “Act of God”

The winter storm that swept the East coast last week left behind more than an accumulation of snow: it left a trail of automobile accident injuries and even deaths. Of course, car accidents always present a risk in a densely-populated area like New York City. About 12,000 New Yorkers[...]

Recognizing and Addressing NYC Birth Injuries

Recognizing and Addressing NYC Birth Injuries

Birth injuries are more common than you may realize. Birth trauma injuries occur in about seven of 1,000 births in the United States. As a rate, that doesn’t sound high, but in real numbers it means that more than 500 infants each week suffer an injury at birth. In[...]

Insurance Companies Create Obstacles in Tracy Morgan’s Truck Accident Case (and Yours)

Insurance Companies Create Obstacles in Tracy Morgan’s Truck Accident Case (and Yours)

It made local and national news this week when the Walmart driver who caused comedian Tracy Morgan’s traumatic brain injury (TBI) entered into a plea deal in a New Jersey criminal court. Comedian James McNair was also killed in that accident, and other passengers in the car Morgan was[...]

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