Many working men and women in New York believe that Workers' Compensation is an automatic benefit. They become understandably frustrated when that proves not to be true, and they are forced to wait for a weekly benefit check and for proper medical treatment.
I am very gratified to announce that I and my firm have been named as a "10 BEST LAW FIRM" by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys for 2017 - 2018. This is quite an honor!
With so many people on the road at any given time, there will always be motor vehicle accidents. There is no way around this, so you need to do whatever it takes to remain safe at all times.
I am sharing this article which is of importance to all New Yorkers, but especially to my clients and friends who are construction workers, and who work with scaffolds, and doing asbestos removal, and doing demolition. As the article states, workplace accidents keep rising. That is terrible and it must be stopped! New York's business owners, politicians, and community leaders must get together to make New York a Zero Workplace Accident state!
Quiero compartir con mis clientes que trabajan en construcción, demolición y remoción de asbesto, y con mis amigos, este excelente artículo de Gary LaBarbera, Presidente del Concilio de Oficios de Edificios y Construcción. Dicen que no tenemos un regalo más grande que nuestra salud - es importante mantener presión sobre los políticos de Nueva York para que continúen a efectuar un estado de Cero-Accidente en Nueva York.
I'm very proud to report that in September alone we settled nearly FIVE MILLION DOLLARS in personaly injury/third party law suits. And there is more to come!
When it comes to driving in heavy rain, you know that you will face a variety of challenges. For example, poor visibility can make it difficult to see the road ahead (as well as other vehicles). Furthermore, standing water can lead to hydroplaning, thus increasing the likelihood of an accident.
As a driver, you must fully understand the importance of keeping your attention on the road and surrounding vehicles at all times. It only takes one distraction, no matter how small it may be, to cause serious trouble.