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How To Report A Construction Accident In New York City


If you suffer an injury while working on a construction site, encouraging your employer to file an accident report is a critical step. Although it is primarily an employer’s responsibility, taking initiative can help increase your ability to recover compensation. Immediate Actions In the aftermath of a construction accident, prioritize your well-being. Dial 911 to… read more

A Guide To Wrongful Death In New York


Losing a loved one is an incredibly painful experience, and when that loss is the result of someone else’s negligence, it can be even more devastating. In New York, as in other states, the legal system recognizes wrongful death as a civil action that allows surviving family members to seek justice and compensation for the… read more


Partner Adam E. Deutsch obtained a $2,200,000.00 jury verdict yesterday against orthopedic surgeon Dr. Richard Pearl. In July of 2016, Dr. Pearl performed a total knee arthroplasty (knee replacement) on our client a then 65-year-old retired transit worker. The client did well for about eight months and then noticed some subluxation, or movement, of his… read more

Claiming Medical Damages After A Construction Accident

Understanding who bears the responsibility for medical damages is crucial for individuals involved in construction accidents in New York. Workers’ Compensation in New York Workers’ compensation is designed to cover medical bills for individuals who sustain injuries while on the job, including those incurred in construction accidents. When an employee is injured, the workers’ compensation… read more

How To Prove Medical Malpractice In New York

Medical malpractice cases hinge on the ability to demonstrate that a healthcare professional’s negligence led to harm or injury. Proving negligence in these cases is a complex process that requires demonstrating the following four elements. Duty of Care The foundation of a medical malpractice case is establishing that the defendant (at-fault healthcare professional) owed a… read more