Five injuries and one fatality suffered in pedestrian crash

The streets of New York can be dangerous for drivers and pedestrians. Car accidents can happen at any time and cause injuries and fatalities. These accidents can happen for a multitude of reasons from recklessness, negligence, a driver operating a vehicle under the influence or simply due to…

What do I do if I suffer on-the-job injuries in New York?

There are certain jobs in New York that lend themselves to risk and the possibility of work-related injuries. Even jobs that are not considered physically and mentally stressful and dangerous can cause on-the-job injuries. Because of that, it’s important to know what to do when injured at work…

Construction Site Accidents and Workers’ Injuries Drastically Increase

Over the last several years, the number of construction site accidents has been on the rise. ¬†This is due to more projects being started in New York, as well as owners and contractors failing to make sure proper safety measures are being taken. The attorneys of Morgan Levine…

Legal help is paramount for slip and fall injuries

Because New York is such a busy place with various kinds of weather, there are times that property and business owners might lapse in adhering to all safety requirements. This can lead to slip and fall accidents and injuries. Whether this occurs because of a broken or icy…

Manhattan employee suffers on-the-job injuries after fall

Many New York employees probably regard their workplaces as safe environments. Many others, however, suffer a high risk of on-the-job injuries or work-related injuries due to the location of their work or the types of duties they perform. Workplace injuries can occur in nearly every kind of workplace…

Injured New York construction worker files $55 million lawsuit

Construction workers’ accidents and injuries can be complex which is why it is important to have a strong understanding of the options available to protect injured workers. While working on the subway in New York, a construction worker was recently trapped 100 feet below street level following a…

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