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How to Avoid A Car Accident in Inclement Weather in the Tri-State Area

How to Avoid A Car Accident in Inclement Weather in the Tri-State Area

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If you live in the tri-state area, chances are you drive on a regular basis. With huge highways and heavy traffic levels, commuting in New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey can be a stressful hassle. To add to that, the tri-state area is known for its less-than-ideal winters, with rain, snow, ice, sleet, and hail…Read the article
Los Angeles Tour Bus: 13 Passengers Confirmed Dead

Los Angeles Tour Bus: 13 Passengers Confirmed Dead

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by Napoli Shkolnik PLLC Attorney Phillip Peche The Riverside County Coroner’s Office confirmed 13 passengers’ lives have been taken after a Los Angeles tour bus returning from a trip to a Red Earth Casino in Thermal violently collided with a big rig on the westbound I-10 near Palm Springs before sunrise this Sunday Morning. At least 30 additional…Read the article
Distracted Driving as Dangerous as Drunk Driving

Distracted Driving as Dangerous as Drunk Driving

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New York’s texting while driving law is one of the toughest in the nation, with a license suspension of 120 days for the first offense. Subsequent offenses may result in a license suspension of a year, depending on how long it has been since the first offense. The state justifiably believes that texting while driving…Read the article
Dog Bite Liability in New York

Dog Bite Liability in New York

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Dog bite law in New York is complicated, and unfortunately, New York does not protect dog bite victims as much as some other states. For this reason, it is especially important to work with an experienced New York dog bite attorney who is familiar with the complexities of New York law and can help you…Read the article
New York’s Seat Belt Laws

New York’s Seat Belt Laws

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As most people know, New York has a law that requires all passengers in a moving automobile to wear their seat belts. The only exception to this is for baby seats or baby carriers. The use of seat belts not only saves lives but it also helps to reduce the extent of the injuries suffered…Read the article
Boat Owner Liability

Boat Owner Liability

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With summertime upon us it is time to explore the law of negligence with respect to some common summer pastimes, such as boating. Boating accidents can be just as deadly as automobile accidents, if not more so. Maneuvering through wide open lanes, boats that can be heavier than the average personally operated motor vehicle and…Read the article
Good Samaritan Laws

Good Samaritan Laws

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Many times people have true medical emergencies such that if emergency medical treatment is not rendered literally immediately they may either die or suffer permanent life-changing injuries.  Even the time it takes to call 911 could make the difference. If a young toddler is choking and you can render first aid, depending on the circumstances,…Read the article
Wrongful Death and Survivor Actions

Wrongful Death and Survivor Actions

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When someone dies as the result of another person’s negligence, the law has any number of remedies in place to punish the negligent party. When someone is found guilty of manslaughter, he or she has committed a negligent act whereby someone died as a result. The defendant did not, however, have the necessary culpable mental…Read the article
Medical Products Liability Cases Can Happen to Anyone

Medical Products Liability Cases Can Happen to Anyone

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It is a sad reality that some medical devices that physicians and surgeons place inside people do not function in the fashion for which they were intended. This does not even begin to question the actions or inactions of the surgeon or physician who placed the medical device. Often enough a medical product does not…Read the article
Traumatic Brain Injuries: Causes and Costs

Traumatic Brain Injuries: Causes and Costs

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a serious health care matter. At any one time approximately 1.6 million people in America has or had a diagnosis of TBI, which can be scaled from mild to moderate to severe. Depending on the severity of the injury, some who are diagnosed are able to regain some or all…Read the article
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