Infant Formula Tied to Digestive Problems in Premature Babies
Uncategorized | March 9, 2022
Imagine finding out that your baby’s food, instead of providing nourishment, is actually causing harm. This is the reality for thousands of parents who fed their premature infants baby formula made by Abbot Laboratories and Mead Johnson & Company. Parents of premature infants often discover that breastfeeding is difficult or even impossible or find that… read more
Who is Responsible for Poor Security?
Personal Injury,Uncategorized | February 15, 2021
There are over 1.5 million rental units in New York City, making it the largest rental market in the country. Crime statistics for the City show over 6,500 burglaries in 2020, up from 4,480 as the year before. When can a landlord be held responsible for damages caused to tenants from criminal activity? Landlords’ Legal… read more
Snow and Ice Hazards – Who is Responsible?
Uncategorized | February 1, 2021
Today’s winter storm is expected to bring the deepest snowfall since January 2016. With this massive winter storm, you can expect to see snow and ice on driveways, sidewalks, and other public and private walkways. Falls are inevitable, often resulting in serious injuries and even death. Who is responsible for maintaining these walkways in a… read more
Medical “Never Events”: What Are They?
Uncategorized | December 4, 2020
Many medical malpractice claims originate from a mistake made by a doctor, nurse, or other medical professional that creates a serious health issue later in the patient’s life. A mistake is considered malpractice if the medical professional violated the accepted standard of care, as specified by the testimony of other practitioners and experts. However, some incidents of… read more
Train and Railway Accidents Attorney in New York
Uncategorized | October 1, 2020
Pedestrians Being Struck by Trains The Metropolitan Transit Authority reported 621 incidents of people on subway tracks or struck by subway trains, leading some to call for additional safety precautions to make it more difficult for people to fall or step onto tracks. One woman was killed and another injured in December of 2019 when… read more
What to Do After a Slip and Fall Accident In NYC
Uncategorized | September 23, 2020
It happens to all of us – one moment you are walking along, and the next thing you know, you are flat on the ground. Slip and falls are the #1 cause of injuries. Over eight million people end up in hospital emergency rooms every year from slip and fall injuries. Slip and fall injuries… read more
What Should I Do If I Get Hurt at an Amusement Park?
Uncategorized | October 2, 2019
You don’t have to travel to far if you’re in New York City and want to enjoy a day at an amusement park. The city is home to plenty of its own. Brooklyn is home to the famed Coney Island. The Forest Park Carousel Amusement Village is right down the road in Queens. Six Flags… read more