What Should You Know About Hiring a Construction Accident Attorney?

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Accidents at the work place, especially at construction sites are quite common. They leave workers with serious injuries, disabilities and can even be fatal. All accidents which occur at the workplace make the employer viable liable for compensationbeyond the workers’ compensation often offered as settlements by the employers and the insurers.If you’re in a construction…

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What Should You Know About Hiring a Construction Accident Attorney?

Is Your Child In The Right Car Seat?

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Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for American children. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (N.H.T.S.A.) estimates over 3,300 children under the age of 13 die in car crashes every year. Sadly, approximately 40 percent of these tragic accidents are the result of poorly fit car seats. Securing children in an appropriate…

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Is Your Child In The Right Car Seat?

What To Know About Mediation and Alternative Resolution Methods

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Not all New Yorkers looking to file a personal injury claim will benefit from a lawsuit or litigation proceeding. When common ground cannot be met between two parties, alternative dispute resolution methods can be a useful option to settle outstanding legal issues. Mediation is a standard method of dispute resolution that is facilitated by an…

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What To Know About Mediation and Alternative Resolution Methods

Hearing Loss: The Work Injury You Can’t Ignore

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Hearing loss is the third most common chronic health condition reported by adults in America. While some of these instances are the natural consequences of aging, the Center For Disease Control and Prevention (C.D.C.) attributes at least 24 percent of hearing loss cases to occupational injuries and exposure. Over 22 million workers could be damaging…

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Hearing Loss: The Work Injury You Can’t Ignore

How to Get Back to School During a Pandemic

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With the start of classes only two weeks away, Long Island parents and schools are feeling the mounting stress of planning for back to school in a post-pandemic world. On August 7, Governor Andrew Cuomo gave all New York schools approval to continue in-person classes this September. According to the press release, COVID-19 infection rates…

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How to Get Back to School During a Pandemic

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