In a new video FAQ, attorney Michael Rose discusses your rights when it comes to reporting an injury or for filing a lawsuit over an injury that occurred while on the job. People are often concerned that their employer may choose to fire them for filing a lawsuit, but as attorney Rose points out, this should not be a concern. There are protections in place for injured workers in New York, and if you’ve been hurt in an accident, you have the right to take legal action without fear of retaliation from your employer.
If you or someone close to you has been hurt in a construction accident, you have the right to seek compensation from your employer’s workers’ comp policy. If they wrongly deny your claim or choose to offer you less than what you should be paid to cover your medical bills and other expenses, an experienced attorney may be able to help you secure the compensation that you need. Contact us at (212) 779-0057 today to find out how we can help you.
In a new video FAQ, Hach & Rose, LLP attorney John Blyth discusses the basic rights that every nursing home resident has according to the laws in New York State. He states that they should treat all residents with dignity and respect, as well as provide high-quality medical care. If a nursing home fails to do so for its residents, the victims and their families may be eligible to take legal action to hold the facility accountable for the negligent actions of its staff, management, and ownership. The New York nursing home abuse attorneys of Hach & Rose, LLP are prepared to help you if your loved one suffered mistreatment while in the care of a nursing home facility, so contact us at (212) 779-0057 today.
Andrew Torres was injured while working on a construction site. He suffered four broken vertebrae. See his story, and other former clients’ stories, on our testimonials page.
If you are a construction worker who was injured on the job like Andrew was, contact Hach & Rose, LLP at (212) 779-0057 to speak with an experienced lawyer today.
A new client testimonial has been posted on our testimonials page. The grating on Hugh McCormack’s fire escape was not properly built, leading to him suffering a serious fall injury. Watch the video below to see his story.
If you have been hurt in an accident, call the New York personal injury attorneys of Hach & Rose, LLP to learn more about your legal options.
Michael Rose has shared his insight on the scaffolding collapse that occurred last month in SoHo. Click here to read the article.
Today, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced the indictment of Rensselaer County District Attorney Joel Abelove with official misconduct and perjury in the police shooting case of Edson Thevenin. This marks the first time that a New York state district attorney has been charged with failing to investigate a crime and refusing to cooperate with the Attorney General’s office.
An order signed in July of 2015 by Governor Andrew Cuomo appointed the Attorney General as a special prosecutor in cases where unarmed civilians are killed by police officers. The indictment charges that District Attorney Abelove intentionally and covertly rushed the case before the grand jury to avoid involvement from the AG’s office in order to ensure that the officer involved, Sergeant Randall French, would be cleared of wrongdoing.
Attorney Mike Rose of Hach & Rose, LLP is already representing the victim’s family in a civil case against the city of Troy and the officer responsible for the unarmed man’s death. The lawsuit was filed in federal court on behalf of Cinthia Thevenin and her two sons following the fatal shooting of 37-year-old husband and father, Edson Thevenin in an April 17th encounter with Troy police officer Randall French. The lawsuit alleges that the city of Troy and the officer, Sergeant Randall French violated Thevenin’s civil rights in the incident which left Thevenin dead.
Thevenin was stopped at in the early morning on April 17th by Sergeant French on suspicion of drunk driving. After a short pursuit, the officer’s legs became pinned against his vehicle, which according to the officer, led him to feel in danger, and caused him to open fire on Thevenin’s vehicle. The officer subsequently fired eight shots into the windshield of Thevenin’s car, killing him.
A grand jury cleared the officer of wrongdoing five days after the shooting, but two witnesses at the scene told law enforcement and the district attorney that it did not appear that the officer was in immediate danger when he shot and killed Thevenin. The DA failed to subpoena the two witnesses during the grand jury trial of officer French.
Attorney General Schneiderman issued this statement regarding District Attorney Abelove’s actions: “As we allege, District Attorney Abelove’s actions violated the law and undermined a criminal investigation. The Governor’s Executive Order was designed to restore public confidence in our criminal justice system – yet the actions we detail today only served to further erode that confidence. My office will continue to work collaboratively with law enforcement agencies across the state, including district attorneys, to ensure fair, comprehensive, and independent investigations of every case within our jurisdiction, so that families like the Thevenins get the answers they deserve.”
The post is about the rights of children who are living in foster care. As the foster care system becomes increasingly privatized, child abuse within them has become an increasingly prevalent issue. Click here to read the article.
In this video FAQ, Hach & Rose, LLP attorney Halina Radchenko discusses how you can file an underinsured claim against your household motor vehicle insurance policy. She stresses the importance of selecting a legal team that has experience with underinsured motorist accident claims. Attorney Radchenko and the team at Hach & Rose, LLP have extensive experience helping individuals who have been hurt in an auto accident in New York City, so contact them at (212) 779-0057 to discuss your claim today.
New York City personal injury attorney Michael Rose has written a new article about jurisdiction for out-of-state injuries. Individuals who sustain injuries in New York generally have to resolve any related issues in New York, including visitors. This means that if you are visiting the state of New York and are hurt, it may be wise to consider hiring an attorney who practices in the state, as they will have greater familiarity with the state’s practices.
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