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Personal Injury Protection

Personal injury protection (PIP) is insurance that covers medical expenses and in some cases, lost wages and other damages, after a car accident. PIP is often called ‘no-fault coverage’ because it will provide coverage no matter who is at fault…

 

Medical Devices and Defective Product Claims

Product liability cases, sometimes called strict liability cases, are different from medical negligence cases. Some injuries that happen in a healthcare setting can be attributed to defective medical devices, implants and other products. However, product liability claims are made against…

 

Proving Negligence in a Personal Injury Claim

In a personal injury claim, the issue of fault is based on a legal concept known as “negligence”. The plaintiff must prove the defendant’s negligence to receive compensation for the damages incurred. Proof of negligence hinges on the following four…

 

Safety Tips for New York Pedestrians

Pedestrian accidents are dangerous. Every year in New York City and throughout the state, thousands of pedestrians are injured or killed in motor vehicle accidents. With so many pedestrians and drivers on the streets, pedestrians need to be constantly aware…

 

Reasons for Truck Accidents

Truck accidents are the most fatal of all road accidents. Because trucks are usually big and long, it is the people in the smaller vehicles who are at the receiving end of these kinds of accidents. If you are the…

 

Construction Site Safety Checklists by OSHA

The construction industry is one of the most dangerous fields for employees in the United States, and workers are at high risk for suffering serious injuries. Construction site contractors are responsible for maintaining a safe workplace environment and providing personal…

 
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