June 2017 Archives

The workers' compensation appeal process

No one expects to be injured on the job. Yet, every year thousands of individuals find themselves suffering on-the-job injuries. A workplace injury, even a relatively minor one, can leave a worker unable to perform his or her job. Under many circumstances, this means that these individuals are unable to receive a paycheck, which, in turn, can leave them facing financial uncertainty. This is particularly true when they incur medical expenses as a result of their harm.

New York doctor accused of improperly treating patient

Going to the doctor can be stressful given the fact that an individual may find out that he or she is in worse health than feared. After all, a doctor may discover a serious disease, such as cancer, thus turning a patient's life upside-down. However, most New Yorkers realize that it is better to have an early diagnosis so that any condition discovered can be more quickly and effectively treated. But the sad truth of the matter is that far too many of New York's medical professionals neglect their duty to their patients, thereby putting them at risk of harm.

Woman beats drug maker in product liability lawsuit

All consumers expect the products they use to be safe for their intended purposes. A car should be able to be driven without fear that a defective airbag will suddenly and unexpectedly explode, a child's crib should allow a child to sleep without his or her parents fearing that the child will get stuck in the railing, and frozen foods should be eaten without concern that they are contaminated with life-threatening bacteria. Although federal regulations seek to keep consumers safe from these dangerous products, the sad truth of the matter is that far too many of these products make it to market, putting many consumers at risk of serious harm.

Young teen drivers at higher risk of causing an accident

Warmer weather has hit New York, which means that many teens are out of school for the summer. These youngsters will likely be taking to the road more frequently, whether to get to and from work or to get to social gatherings. Unfortunately, despite public service initiatives, training, and parental supervision, these young motorist are at a significantly increased risk of being involved in a serious car accident.

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