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Friday, February 8, 2019

Can I sue for psychological or emotion harm without physical injuries?


New York City personal injury lawsuits do not always arise from the victim receiving physical injuries as a result of the actions of somebody else. Sometimes, personal injury lawsuits are based on a victim’s psychological or emotional pain and suffering allegedly suffered as a result of the negligent, reckless, or intentional actions – – or in actions – – of another person or entity.


The allegations in a recent New York City lawsuit against a hospital provide a perfect example.


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Monday, January 28, 2019

Can I sue for emotional distress over someone’s unflattering use of my image?


New York personal injury attorneys know that personal injury lawsuits don’t always come from physical injuries. They can also arise from psychological pain instead. 

Recently, a young model from Brooklyn sued the Division of Human Rights after learning it used a stock photo of her in newspaper spots for an HIV public health campaign. The campaign reportedly featured her face and the words “I am positive” and “I have rights”.
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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

What happens if police administer Narcan unnecessarily or improperly?


More often than not, when police brutality cases hit the headlines, they involve allegedly unjustified beatings, shootings, or other potentially overreaching physical altercations between the public and the police. 


But with the current opioid crisis escalating, and the advent of Narcan, a new area of alleged police misconduct is emerging. Narcan is a drug that medical professionals and more recently police officers, can administer in suspected overdose cases to reverse the overdose and potentially save a person’s life.
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Saturday, January 19, 2019

Can I sue for damages over a botched circumcision?


While some may call it the unkindest of cuts, countless parents in America opt to have their baby boys circumcised before leaving the hospital while still others of the Jewish faith have the procedure done in a religious ceremony after the infant is discharged. But despite being considered routine by many, the procedure is not without risk. And when the delicate procedure goes wrong, it can go horribly wrong and lead to a personal injury lawsuit.
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Saturday, December 15, 2018

Legal Action After a Botched Circumcision


Can I sue for damages over a botched circumcision?


While some may call it the unkindest of cuts, countless parents in America opt to have their baby boys circumcised before leaving the hospital while still others of the Jewish faith have the procedure done in a religious ceremony after the infant is discharged. But despite being considered routine by many, the procedure is not without risk. And when the delicate procedure goes wrong, it can go horribly wrong and lead to a personal injury lawsuit.
Read more . . .


Friday, December 14, 2018

Sorting Out Liability After a College Party Goes Wrong


How do you determine liability after a college party accident?

 

Parents are not the only ones who worry about children they send off to college. New York personal injury attorneys worry, too, because they see some frightening cases.

While the majority of fraternity- or sorority-related accidents or deaths that make the headlines stem from hazing incidents, huge parties can apparently result in multiple casualties, too.
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Thursday, December 13, 2018

Removing a Healthy Organ in Error


Can I sue for malpractice if a surgeon mistakenly removes a healthy organ?

Skilled New York medical malpractice attorneys need to know their way not only around the legal aspects of the case but must also navigate the often-complex terminology and best practices of the medical profession in proving their case.

That’s because succeeding in a medical malpractice lawsuit requires clearly showing that the doctor, hospital, and/or other medical personnel deviated from the accepted standards of medical care and that such deviation caused the victim’s injuries.

Medical malpractice lawsuits fall within the realm of Read more . . .


Monday, November 19, 2018

Restaurant May Be in Hot Water Over Scalding

Q: Can I sue if burned by hot water at a restaurant?

Things aren’t good in the neighborhood at least that’s according to one family who’s reportedly intent on starting a personal injury lawsuit against their local Applebee’s restaurant over a controversial incident.

The lawsuit stems from a toddler allegedly being “severely burned” after grabbing a couple of scalding hot water the mother had requested for sterilizing utensils.

The parents allege restaurant “employees did not call 911 for over 20 minutes”. But the restaurant is defending itself, claiming its staff was very responsive and “acted with urgency”. It further claims that video footage evidence and the fact that police and EMTs “were on-site within minutes” support its defense.


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Monday, November 12, 2018

Legal Options After New York Limo Crash

Q: Who has standing to sue for wrongful death?

A New York automobile accident involving a limousine and pedestrians that claimed the lives of 20 people has been described as “the nation’s worst traffic accident in nearly a decade”.

Not only did all 17 passengers and the driver from the limousine die, but two pedestrians were also struck and killed. Several members of one family were in the limousine including four sisters and three of their husbands. The limousine was reportedly on the way to a birthday party for one of the sisters when it ran down a steep hill and off the road hitting two pedestrians and “slamming into a shallow creek bed” immediately killing all involved.


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Monday, November 5, 2018

Suing New York City for Wrongful Death

Q: What happens in the case of an accident involving a government-owned vehicle?

New York City Car accident attorneys have seen it all due to the nature of the many ways people navigate the city. In addition to accidents involving two cars, accidents may also involve trains, motorcycles, buses, trucks, bicycles and pedestrians.

Recently, New York City’s first fatality involving a City Bike rider and a New York City bus went to trial on the criminal charges. It’s not known if a wrongful death action has been commenced.

A married 36-year-old investment banker and father of two was reportedly bicycling without a helmet while wearing an “over-the-ears”-style headset when a city bus driving in the same direction beeped but proceeded to pass the biker very closely as he was cycling passed a parked car.


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Thursday, October 18, 2018

Suing New York City for Wrongful Death

Q: What happens in the case of an accident involving a government-owned vehicle?

New York City Car accident attorneys have seen it all due to the nature of the many ways people navigate the city. In addition to accidents involving two cars, accidents may also involve trains, motorcycles, buses, trucks, bicycles and pedestrians.

Recently, New York City’s first fatality involving a City Bike rider and a New York City bus went to trial on the criminal charges. It’s not known if a wrongful death action has been commenced.

A married 36-year-old investment banker and father of two was reportedly bicycling without a helmet while wearing an “over-the-ears”-style headset when a city bus driving in the same direction beeped but proceeded to pass the biker very closely as he was cycling passed a parked car.


Read more . . .


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