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What is a traumatic brain injury?

Serious injuries to any part of a New York victim's body should be managed and treated by trained medical professionals. The information contained in this post should not be used as medical advice or diagnostic analysis. Readers should always talk to their doctors and personal injury attorneys about any harm or clams that they wish to pursue in court.


The owner of a small, struggling restaurant in the Bronx came to us for help when he was sued by his employees for more than $200,000.00. The problem was, these claims were largely false and unsubstantiated. Rather than face us at trial, the plaintiffs settled for only $25,000.00- just over 10 percent of the monies they originally sued for. 


We recently represented the owner of a trucking/delivery company. A driver claimed to suffer serious injuries while employed by our client. However, our trucking/delivery client had a contract with a larger company, which made us no more than a contractor of the larger company where all workers were concerned.

What to do after a workplace injury

Every year thousands of American workers are hurt in workplace accidents. While some of these injuries are minor, like small bumps and cuts, others are serious and may threaten the lives of those who are harmed. When a New York worker gets hurt while performing the duties of their job, they should take quick action to protect their rights to seek workers' compensation benefits.

What happens if your claim comes back denied?

A work accident can leave you with painful injuries and expensive medical bills. If you receive an injury at work, you may feel unsure of what to do next or how you will begin to recover from this type of incident. This is why workers' compensation benefits exist -- to support the needs and interests of employees injured at work or those who become ill as a result of their jobs.

What types of compensation are available after an accident?

A car accident can change your life in an instant. It can leave you unable to work, unable to pay your medical bills and unable to enjoy your life as you did in the past. Your injuries can be physically painful and expensive, and it can be quite complicated to navigate the aftermath of a serious accident on your own. 

Do you have a right to overtime pay from your employer?

New York employees have the right to expect fair pay from their employers. This includes rightful pay for time worked and, in some cases, overtime pay for extra hours worked. There are laws in place that outline the rights of employees, yet some employers still neglect to give their workers the full amount they've earned. Often, this includes failing to pay overtime wages.

You never know how a car accident will change your life

There is no way to predict how your day will go. When you get into the car in the morning to go to work, drop the kids off for school or start your list of errands, you might expect to be relaxing on your sofa at the end of the day. No one plans to be lying in a New York hospital bed following a motor vehicle accident.


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