What Is Personal Injury Litigation?

Are you facing litigation for your personal injury case? Find out exactly what this means and what to expect by reading the article linked here.

Railroad Accidents Are No Joke

Does your job include working on the railroad? If so, you are probably very comfortable with it and do not consider daily risks. But, sadly, railroad injuries and deaths are not few and far between. In fact, they have been steadily increasing over the years. Click here to learn more.

How Common Are Workplace Injuries?

Workplace injuries may seem more of a fad than real until you experience one. In fact, about 1.8 million workers sustained workplace injuries requiring a trip to the emergency room in 2020. Follow this link to find out more information.

The Most Common Causes of Workplace Injuries

Did you know that exposure to harmful substances, overexertion, bodily reaction, as well as trips, slips, and falls account for over 75% of nonfatal workplace injuries? Let us dive deeper into these three causes of workplace injuries. Exposure to Harmful Substances This type of injury is caused by things such as exposure to electricity, exposure to […]

Your rights when you get hurt by a third party while on the job

Job injuries happen all the time in New York. Some people who work in construction might fall on the job, while a person who works as a bouncer at a club could wind up hurt by violence involving a couple of intoxicated patrons. Thankfully, injured workers can usually turn to workers’ compensation insurance after something […]

What injury risks do you face as a restaurant worker?

The restaurant industry is one of the highest-grossing ones in the U.S. It generates more than $1 trillion in annual revenue and employs approximately 15 million workers. This industry happens to be one of the most dangerous ones for employees, as well. Some injury types are more common among restaurant workers than others. Below, we’ll discuss some […]

What if workers’ compensation isn’t enough to cover your injuries?

New York State law obliges most employers to carry workers’ compensation insurance. It’s a “no-fault” system and is, usually, an exclusive remedy for injured workers against their employer (although some exceptions do apply). Thankfully, claiming workers’ compensation does not stop you from also filing a civil claim against a third party when such action is […]

3 injured when vehicle hits state trooper’s cruiser on I-90

It’s devastating when someone is hit by a car when they’re trying to do their job. It’s just as hurtful when the people they were working with are injured as well. Take, for example, a police officer making a traffic stop. Most people move over, but those who don’t could hit the officer as well […]

New York tosses brain damage lawsuit by ex-WWE stars

A judge in the 2nd U.S. Court of Appeals in New York has affirmed the decision of a Connecticut judge who dismissed the lawsuit filed by 50 former wrestling professionals, including the likes of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) stars Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka, Harry “Mr. Fuji” Masayoshi Fujiwara and Chris “King Kong” Bundy. The wrestlers, many […]