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Archive: August 2020

If you've been injured in an accident or on the job, the attorneys of Hach & Rose, LLP have the knowledge, skills, and experience required to hold the party responsible for your injury accountable.

Ask George, Car Accidents Protecting your Family from Uninsured Drivers

What is SUM/UM coverage, and why is it important to me? Supplemental Underinsured Motorist and Uninsured Motorist coverage is an important part of your automobile insurance policy. This portion of your policy covers you and your resident relatives up to the amount of coverage you purchase. This means that if the person who causes a […]

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Electric Scooter Accident Electric Scooter Injuries Are on the Rise, Doctors Say

Injuries sustained from electric scooter accidents nearly doubled from 2018 to 2019, according to a new study. Since electric scooters became a popular mode of transportation in 2014, they have caused a number of accidents, some of them fatal. As scooter companies reckon with these unintended consequences, doctors have grown used to seeing scooter injuries […]

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Ask George, Slip and Fall Fall Injuries in the Workplace

Falls are a constant hazard found in all trades. A fall can occur during simple acts of walking or climbing a ladder to change a light fixture, or as a result of a complex series of events affecting an ironworker 80 feet above the ground. The highest frequency of fall-related fatalities is typically experienced by […]

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Ask George, Bike Accidents Bicycles: Rules of the Road

More people are opting for bicycles as the preferred method of city transportation. There has been a significant decrease in the risk of serious injury by commuter cyclists in New York City thanks to the increase of bike lanes in the city, even though the number of cyclists has vastly increased. NY Vehicle and Traffic […]

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Ask George, Personal Injury Drowning is Silent: Portable Pools

Portable pools are affordable and easy to transport, but they can be just as dangerous as any other pool. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has received an average of 35 reports of deaths of children under the age of 5 in portable pools each year. These pools account for 11% of all pool […]

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Workplace Injury New York Police and Firefighter Compensation Law

by Michael Rose New York City firefighters and police officers regularly put their lives on the line in service to the public. These are extremely dangerous and stressful professions, and these brave New Yorkers deserve to be compensated whenever they suffer injuries in the line of duty. Unlike most workers, New York firefighters and police […]

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Ask George, Workplace Injury Eye Protection in the Workplace

Every day an estimated 1,000 eye injuries occur in American workplaces. The financial cost of these injuries is enormous – more than $300 million per year in lost production time, medical expenses, and workers compensation. The personal toll these accidents take on the injured workers is unimaginable. Often, the injuries are permanent. Take a moment […]

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Ask George, Workplace Injury Work Site Table Saw Injuries

In New York, every year, more than 10 percent of all workers on a construction project will suffer an injury that results in lost time from work or a permanent disability. One reason for the high rate of injuries is the dangerous equipment required on building sites. One of the most dangerous is an unguarded […]

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Ask George, Electric Scooter Accident Popular Scooter-Sharing Service Revel Under Fire

by George Ilchert Less than a year after Revel launched their scooter rental service, the company has been hit by a deluge of lawsuits. “A new way to get around,” boasts the website. Not a safe one, according to lawsuits. All you need is a valid driver’s license and $5 and you’re clear to rent […]

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Ask George, Hach & Rose, LLP Meet George Ilchert!

What inspired you to become an attorney? My family. My aunt and my godfather worked in a law firm my whole life, and I would often visit the office as a child. I always thought what they were doing seemed interesting. They were doing tax and real estate work, which is what I originally thought […]

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