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Seeking Compensation as An Injured Passenger in New York

Personal Injury News | April 1, 2020

When you are injured in a car accident in New York, you may be wondering how you can seek compensation for the damages you suffered. Since New York is a no-fault insurance state, the protocol for seeking compensation works differently, especially as a passenger. Knowing what to do in this type of situation can potentially…

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Liability for a Fatal Surgical Error

Personal Injury News | March 25, 2020

Surgeries involve a lot of precision, patience, time, and skill to avoid serious surgical errors. At the same time, conducting surgery on the right area and the correct patient is also important. This requires adequate planning, organization, and communication between the medical team before the surgery starts. There are cases where the wrong body part…

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Common Types of Car Accident Errors

Accident News | March 18, 2020

There are several types of errors that can happen before and after a car accident. Avoiding certain errors may help you prevent a car accident, but if you do end up in an accident caused by another driver, there are other errors to avoid. Certain mistakes made after the accident can lead to less compensation and…

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Can Minor Car Accidents Cause Serious Injuries?

Personal Injury News | March 11, 2020

Minor car accidents may result in less vehicle and property damages, but the human body tends to be more fragile. People can still suffer significant injuries from minor car accidents like rear-end collisions. Whiplash is one of the most common injuries from almost all types of car accidents, minor or major. Head trauma is often the second…

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What If I Was Hit by a Drunk Driver?

Personal Injury News | March 4, 2020

Unfortunately, drunk driving accidents are still common today despite all the laws and programs aimed against drinking while driving. Suffering serious personal injuries from these types of car accidents can be frustrating because you were not at fault for the accident. The other driver decided to drive drunk and now you have to pay for the damages. …

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