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A Whistleblower: The Right Thing To Do

A Whistleblower: The Right Thing To Do

| Commercial Litigation & Class Actions
Making the decision to be a whistleblower–that is, to report any illegal or unethical activity that is occurring within a business, such as embezzlement or labor violations–isn’t easy. However, reporting information to the appropriate source is the right thing to do, and there are a number of whistleblower protections in place to ensure that you…Read the article
Hunter Shkolnik Given Leadership Role in Flint Litigation

Hunter Shkolnik Given Leadership Role in Flint Litigation

| Napoli Shkolnik News
​​​Napoli Shkolnik PLLC is proud to announce that Partner Hunter J. Shkolnik was named Co-Liaison Counsel in the Flint Water Crisis Litigation by United Stated District Judge Judith E. Levy of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. In this role, Mr. Shkolnik will oversee all currently pending individual personal injury, property damage, and wrongful death cases, as…Read the article
Uber: A History Of Worker Exploitation

Uber: A History Of Worker Exploitation

| Commercial Litigation & Class Actions
In 2016, Uber agreed to pay upwards of $100 million to avoid trial in a misclassification suit concerning California and Massachusetts drivers. Now that a North Carolina judge has conditionally certified a national class action, the stakes, and the potential reward, are exponentially higher. All Uber drivers in the United States who opted out of…Read the article
The Vaccine Debate

The Vaccine Debate

| Napoli Shkolnik News
Many parents of young children who once would have vaccinated their children without question are now giving pause to the idea, with worries about the risks of vaccines sprouting across the world. While it may seem like a personal decision, that decision can impact the other children and families in the neighborhood. If you are…Read the article
Breaking Down Public Swimming Pool Drownings

Breaking Down Public Swimming Pool Drownings

| Personal Injury
Many hotel owners, apartment complex owners, and other landowners try to shield themselves from liability in this area by using fancy legal tricks and gimmicks. However, an experienced injury attorney can find ways to permanently close these legal loopholes. Such ability is important. Most drowning victims suffer permanent and severe brain damage after as little…Read the article
Third Party Damage Claims In Sexual Assault Cases

Third Party Damage Claims In Sexual Assault Cases

| Personal Injury
As admittedly dull as this title sounds, such claims are often the best way for victims to obtain the financial compensation they need and also prevent further sexual violence from occurring at the same place and in the same manner. Sexual assault victims must pay an average $110,000 in direct monetary costs, which are mostly…Read the article
Building A Successful Truck Accident Case

Building A Successful Truck Accident Case

| Personal Injury
To obtain compensation for their injuries in large truck collisions, victim/plaintiffs must establish liability by a preponderance of the evidence. To better understand what “more likely than not” really means, imagine two equally-full glasses of water that are side by side. If someone adds one drop of water to the glass on the right, it…Read the article
Liability And Damages In Slip And Fall Cases

Liability And Damages In Slip And Fall Cases

| Personal Injury
As outlined below, the property owner’s legal duty, and the property owner’s knowledge of the hazardous situation, are the two basic elements in a New York slip-and-fall negligence case. Nationally, about eight million people a year are treated in hospital emergency rooms after a serious fall, which is normally either a slip-and-fall or a fall…Read the article
Police Reverse Venus Williams Fatal Crash Fault Determination

Police Reverse Venus Williams Fatal Crash Fault Determination

| Personal Injury
In a development that underscores the complex and shifting nature of evidence in a car crash, the Palm Beach Gardens, Florida Police Department says new evidence indicates that the tennis star was not at fault in a July 2017 fatal car crash. Investigators initially faulted Ms. Williams in the intersection collision, largely based on eyewitness…Read the article
First Party Liability In Car Crash Cases

First Party Liability In Car Crash Cases

| Personal Injury
Behavioral or operational negligence, the kinds of behaviors outlined below, causes over 90 percent of vehicle wrecks in the United States. That’s the main reason why more and more publications, physicians, and governments use the phrase “motor vehicle crash” instead of “motor vehicle accident.” Environmental negligence (e.g. driving too fast at night or turning too…Read the article

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