As a driver, you understand that you could be operating your vehicle in close proximity to pedestrians. For example, this typically comes into play if you're driving through a busy city.
Many workers who get hurt on the job have as many as THREE different cases they can bring. Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury, and Social Security Disability.
Not only does our paralegal Christopher Fernandez put in a full day at the firm, helping us fight for our Workers' Compensation clients--he also is a top law student at night--but he has ALSO now won the regional round of the highly prestigious 68th Annual National Moot Court Competition! Our entire staff, and all our clients, are well-familiar with Chris's intelligence, work ethic, and passion. As he now advances to the national rounds, the rest of the country will surely see what we do.
Congratulations to Christopher Fernandez, who has been an integral part of our firm for several years while also attending law school at night. Chris displayed his gift for persuasive oral argument at the finals of regional rounds of the 68th Annual National Moot Court Competition. We have no doubt he's going to take the rest of the country by storm!
There is nothing worse than sitting in rush hour traffic. All you want to do is make your way home or to the office, but there's no alternative but to creep forward one foot at a time.
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!