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January 2016 Archives

New York flight attendants may be injured on turbulent flights

Nearly every passenger flight that departs from the airports in New York, and elsewhere, are staffed with flight attendants. According to the Bureau of Labor statistics, having flight attendants on such flights is required by law. While performing their duties, which include providing routine services and responding to emergency situations that may arise in-flight, flight attendants are at risk of suffering injuries due to turbulence.

Darren Rumack Admitted to Washington D.C. Bar

We are very proud to announce that Darren Rumack has been admitted to the Washington, D.C. bar. Darren has had great success representing our clients who have been victimized by unscrupulous employers who commit wage theft and other illegal workplace abuses. He has secured justice for our clients who have been paid less than the legal minimum wage, who have been cheated out of their overtime pay and proper lunch and dinner breaks, and whose employers have refused to pay them their earned wages.

Do New York truckers spend too much time on the road?

According to the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, there were more than 11,000 collisions involving large trucks in 2014. In some cases, trucking accidents are the result of trucker fatigue. This is the case despite regulations, which are aimed at limiting the amount of time that truckers spend on the road.

New York man crushed, killed in faulty elevator accident

Property owners in New York, and elsewhere, have a responsibility to ensure people’s safety when they are on their premises. This includes maintaining their buildings, elevators and sidewalks to ensure that dangerous conditions do not exist. Failing to do so could contribute to causing accidents, which may result in serious injuries or death.

Avoiding drunk driving accidents in New York

According to the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, there were more than 7,800 alcohol-related auto accidents in 2014 alone. As a result of such accidents, the drunk drivers themselves, you or the occupants in your vehicle may suffer serious injuries or death. At the Klein Law Group, P.C., we are often asked how people can avoid drunk driving collisions. In this post, we will discuss how to spot potential drunk drivers, which may help ensure their safety on the roads.

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