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What We Believe and What We Stand For

What We Believe and What We Stand For

| Napoli Shkolnik News
Our mission is to help families cope with their loss by compassionately caring for their legal needs. We attentively persist to achieve the best possible outcome for our clients and provide an unparalleled level of service. We accomplish this by fostering a confident client focused work environment of motivated employees where cooperation thrives and innovation…Read the article
Dangers of Mixing Alcohol and Summer Heat

Dangers of Mixing Alcohol and Summer Heat

| Personal Injury
Summer time is known for fun in the sun and good times with friends and family. Many people end up celebrating summer with drinks and food and lots of time outdoors. A cold drink on a hot day is as refreshing as it gets, as long as you are picking up the right drink. However,…Read the article
Lead discovered in NYC Housing Authority buildings

Lead discovered in NYC Housing Authority buildings

| Personal Injury
“Even though the New York City Housing Authority has been under a microscope for flouting lead-paint safety regulations for years, the exact number of children residing in public housing poisoned by lead was never disclosed. Over the weekend, the city department of health offered a number: It said that 820 children younger than 6 were found…Read the article
Newest Advances in the Treatment of Mesothelioma

Newest Advances in the Treatment of Mesothelioma

| Mesothelioma
It has been 30 plus years since the disease known as mesothelioma started to be heard spoken outside the medical research community. Twenty years ago, when diagnosis of the disease started to take off, doctors of that day didn’t know much about this rare cancer and a diagnosis was basically a death sentence as there…Read the article
Successful Carnival Brings Lead Awareness to Local Residents

Successful Carnival Brings Lead Awareness to Local Residents

| Environmental Litigation
The National Clean Water Collective (NCWC), Napoli Shkolnik PLLC, NorthStar Social Justice Law Group and Darley Hosted a very successful carnival this past Saturday, in an effort to bring cheer, school supplies, water, and awareness to local residents.Read the article
The Newest Uber Lawsuit Leads to Another Resignation

The Newest Uber Lawsuit Leads to Another Resignation

| Commercial Litigation & Class Actions
Most of us today have at least heard of Uber and a fair number of us may have very well used this service.  Uber is a peer-to-peer ridesharing, taxi cab, food delivery, and transportation network company. Its headquarters is located in San Francisco, and operates in more than 633 cities worldwide. Users access the platform through their mobile app or…Read the article
What Do You Need for a Good Auto Accident Case?

What Do You Need for a Good Auto Accident Case?

| Personal Injury
There is never a good time to be involved in a car accident and even if no one is injured there is still pain and anguish- the frustration of dealing with insurance claims. If someone is injured in an auto accident then you have to face the battle to get compensation for your injuries and…Read the article
Are employers required by law to pay more for overtime?

Are employers required by law to pay more for overtime?

| Commercial Litigation & Class Actions
In the shortest answer possible, Yes.   At length, The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is the federal law which requires employers to pay one and a half times your normal hourly wage for all overtime hours. Your state may have overtime laws, as well. If your employer fails to pay you overtime wages for…Read the article
Tips for Staying Safe When Walking Alone at Night

Tips for Staying Safe When Walking Alone at Night

| Personal Injury
In life, some things are worth taking a risk- asking someone out on a date, trying for that job promotion, or finally getting the courage to go bungee jumping. However, taking a risk when it comes to walking alone at night is not one of those things we should be avoiding at all costs. Women…Read the article
Lawmakers Consider Tougher Lead-Testing Measure

Lawmakers Consider Tougher Lead-Testing Measure

| Environmental Litigation
State Sen. Gustavo Rivera recently introduced Dakota’s Law. The measure would require all state health officials to test for lead using the new standard of a maximum five micrograms per deciliter. The Bronx Democrat says the new law would “create stronger requirements to protect all New York children from lead poisoning and to address lead…Read the article
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