In the video below, attorney Gregory Hach of Hach & Rose, LLP, explains that one of the biggest mistakes an individual can make after an injury is not contacting an attorney as soon as possible after the incident. Whether your injury happened in the workplace or outside of it, speaking to a lawyer immediately after is ultimately in your best interest and can save you money in the long run.
An analysis by the office of New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer showed that the number of lawsuits brought against the New York Police Department for misconduct and personal injury have decreased by as much as 12% over the 2015 fiscal year; however, some precincts still have a number of complaints being reported against them.
The Comptroller’s Office’s ClaimStat, which lists claims against the city’s agencies, showed that complaints against four out of five of the agencies which have frequently been sued in recent years – the NYPD, Department of Sanitation, Department of Transportation, and Department of Education – all dipped by one percent.
Unfortunately, the number of claims against the Health and Hospitals Corporation rose by 3.5% from 876 claims in 2014 to 907 claims in 2015.
The injury attorneys at Hach & Rose, LLP want to assure all NYC residents that no injustices resulting in injuries to innocent individuals should be tolerated. We work to represent clients who have been harmed in a number of accidents or incidents, and our legal team does not shy away from intimidating parties such as government agencies. To discuss your case with us today, call (212) 779-0057.
In this video, attorney Michael Rose of Hach & Rose, LLP, discusses the difference between “being in court” and “going to trial.” Learn more about the legal options for personal injury cases and what you can expect when filing a lawsuit by watching the video below.
Eye injuries are an unfortunately common occurrence, with the CDC estimating that as many as 2,000 workers suffer eye injuries every day in the course of their work that require them to seek medical treatment. Sadly, construction site workers are especially prone to suffering potentially-debilitating eye injuries, as the nature of their work exposes them to numerous flying objects and particles. Learn more about potential causes and consequences of eye injuries by clicking here.
In the following video, Michael Rose discusses how attorneys at the firm determine the value of a personal injury claim. By working closely with a client on their case, the attorneys at Hach & Rose, LLP, are able to learn what someone’s pain and suffering is really worth, which losses they have experienced as a result of their accident or injury, and how these losses are likely to affect their financial situation in the future.
The city of New York has paid out around $138 million in settlements resulting from defective roadways all around the city – mostly due to potholes – over the last six years, a report from CBS2 showed.
The report also stated that the pothole problem has given rise to over 12,000 claims for damage to vehicles and almost 6,000 personal injury lawsuits pending against the city. The worst roadways for potholes were cited to be the Brooklyn-Queens expressway, the Grand Central Parkway, and the Belt Parkway.
The money shelled out by the city to pay for settlements due to damage could effectively be used to repave 814 miles of city streets, give out an additional 115,000 child care vouchers, or provide 300,000 additional slots in the city’s summer youth program.
If you have been injured in an accident in New York that was caused by the negligent actions of others, our attorneys at Hach & Rose, LLP can help you with your case. Call us today at (212) 779-0057 or (866) LAWS-USA and we may help you pursue financial compensation from those responsible.
As a state that utilizes a system of pure comparative fault, it is possible to recover compensation for any accident for which you share partial fault, regardless of degree. However, the amount of compensation that may be recovered will directly reflect the degree of fault you are found to be responsible for. For example, it would only be possible for you to recover 60% of the total damages awarded in the case if you were found to have been 40% at fault for the accident itself.
New York has special provisions known as “Zone of Danger” rules, under which individuals can pursue compensation if they witness the death or serious injury of an immediate family member. In order to be eligible for this type of claim, a person must be able to show that he or she was aware of the injury or death of an immediate family member AND the person must have also been at risk of suffering harm because of the same incident. You can learn more about New York’s Zone of Danger rule by clicking here.
The trial against American multinational pharmaceutical company Allergan, Inc., began during the first week of November at a local court in Burlington, Vermont, and will continue until Friday, November 21, the Burlington Free Press reported.
The case stemmed from a lawsuit filed by a New York couple who claimed that their six-year-old son, who suffers from cerebral palsy, experienced a life-threatening reaction after taking Botox to reduce leg spasms. In their legal complaint, Kevin and Lori Drake argued that Allergan did not properly warn the public of the potential negative side effects of their products, thereby perpetuating negligence and violating the Vermont Consumer Fraud Act.
Botox, which is also known as botolinum toxin and is manufactured by Allergan, paralyzes a muscle when it is injected in that specific part of the body, decreasing muscle activity and therefore preventing wrinkle development. It is used often in cosmetic applications.
The couple said the boy was not suffering from seizures before he underwent the treatment, and now he must be constantly monitored.
If you have been injured by a defective product or failed to receive warning of possible pharmaceutical dangers, you have the legal right to pursue financial compensation from these manufacturers. Call our New York attorneys at Hach & Rose, LLP, today by dialing (212) 779-0057 to enlist our legal services.
Cellulitis is a serious, potentially fatal, bacterial infection that affects the skin and underlying tissues. If the infection is not treated in a timely manner, or if the infection does not respond to antibiotics, it can spread to the bloodstream and/or lymph nodes, putting a victim’s life at risk. Learn more about this dangerous infection and what you can do if your cellulitis injury was caused by the negligence of another person or entity by clicking here.
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