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Last Updated: 02-08-2022
Motorcycle Accidents One dead in Saratoga motor vehicle accident

A grave vehicular accident in Saratoga Springs, New York on Sunday night, August 25, resulted in the death of one person. The accident, which involved two motorcycles and a sport utility vehicle, happened at around 10:30 p.m. on Route 9 South at the intersection of the East/West Road of the State Park. The driver one of […]

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Workplace Injury Time Sensitive World Trade Center Update

Compensation Available to Construction Workers and People Employed in the Vicinity of the World Trade Center Site. Deadline to Register: October 3, 2013 Workers may be entitled to compensation from the recently-opened James Zadroga Victim Compensation Fund, but the deadline to register with the fund, October 3, 2013, is fast approaching. If you do not […]

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Defective Products H & R is Investigating Potential Lawsuits; Robotic Surgeries

Hach & Rose is currently evaluating potential lawsuits for patients who had undergone surgical procedures in which the ‘Surgical Robot’ manufactured by Intuitive Surgical Inc. was used. ‘Da Vinci’ or Surgical Robotic technology is employed to facilitate an increasingly broad variety of surgical procedures, and is being used by surgeons to perform hysterectomies, prostate and […]

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Car Accidents Two casualties in Norwich two-vehicle crash

New York State Police stationed at Norwich reported a two-vehicle crash that resulted in the deaths of two people and caused seven others to be wounded. According to police, the accident occurred when a 2000 Ford Focus crossed the center line and slammed into a 2002 Dodge Caravan around 1:42 a.m. on Sunday, August 4. Both […]

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Premises Liability British producer pays FedEx man $2.9M to settle personal injury claim

British Broadway producer Cameron Anthony MacKintosh paid a $2.9-million settlement after losing a lawsuit brought against him by a 54-year-old FedEx delivery man, who claimed MacKintosh’s slippery office floors caused his bodily injuries, according to a July 29 report in the New York Daily News. MacKintosh, who produced critically-acclaimed plays such as Cats, Phantom of […]

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Defective Products First Toyota’s “bellwether” sudden acceleration trial commences

The first “bellwether case,” filed against Toyota by the family of Noriko Uno, who died in August 2009, began on Monday, July 22, with the selection of jurors. The family is suing  Toyota for product liability and negligence and seeks general and punitive damages. Toyota, however, has stated that Uno’s Camry was not malfunctioning, but […]

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Construction Accident Combining Cases for Multiple Accident Victims

Unfortunately, there are circumstances where an unlucky person is involved in two accidents due to no fault of their own. Naturally, the initial thought is that one claim can hurt the other because the people defending each lawsuit will blame the defendant in the other lawsuit for the injury. We have found that combining the […]

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Premises Liability Balcony Collapse in Long Shore Injures Four

A five-foot second-floor balcony at an apartment building on 271 Shore Road in Long Beach, New York collapsed on a first-floor balcony at around 8:30 p.m. Monday, July 1, injuring five people in the process. Long Beach Fire Commissioner Scott Kemins said the collapse was due to a mixture of structural failure and the weight on […]

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Fires and Explosions Building Collapse Injures At Least Nine

An explosion at the Pike St. apartment building near Henry St. in Chinatown has left at least nine individuals seriously injured, three of whom are currently in critical condition in a nearby hospital. The explosion, which occurred at approximately 12:45 p.m. on Thursday, July 11, 2013, ripped through the building’s first floor, causing the ceiling […]

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Slip and Fall Construction supervisor awarded $1 million in Central Park accident

An appeals court decided on June 13 to award $1 million to a construction supervisor as compensation for injuries sustained from a fall while working on the Central Park Police Station in 2009. It was snowing when 64-year-old Mark Grinberg, who was working on 86th Street Transverse, slipped and fell after walking on top of […]

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