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Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Lawsuit

Filed Under: Mass Tort Litigation
Water Contamination Lawsuit Lawyers at Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.PRosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. provides aggressive representation and can help injured victims of Camp Lejeune water contamination obtain compensation for their injuries.If you or a loved one were stationed at Camp Lejeune between August 1, 1953 and December 31, 1987, and developed…
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The Hamlet Rehabilitation And Healthcare Center At Nesconset, Violations And Ratings

Filed Under: Nursing Home Abuse
The Hamlet Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center at Nesconset InformationThe Hamlet Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center at Nesconset has recently changed management. Their website describes their amenities as comparable to those in the finest boutique hotels, offering luxury services including food menus organized by a celebrity chef and personalized concierge services. Their…
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Bellhaven Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing Care Violations and Ratings

Filed Under: Nursing Home Abuse
Bellhaven Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing Care InformationThe Bellhaven Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing Care is located in Brookhaven, NY and is situated over ten acres of manicured lawns and landscaped gardens. They offer a dedicated and secured dementia and Alzheimer’s unit, for both short and long term care. The…
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​What To Do After A Truck Accident

Filed Under: Truck Accidents
Accidents involving trucks and cars are generally bad for the car and its occupants. The average passenger car weighs no more than 4,000 pounds, while a fully loaded big rig truck can exceed 80,000 pounds. That twenty-fold differential means the accident will go badly for the car even if all…
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Long Island Unsafe Equipment Accidents

Filed Under: Uncategorized
New York is a city and state where construction is a constant rather than an occasion, and it has complex and varied laws relating to construction site injuries. The Scaffolding Law, for example, covers workers injured in gravity-related incidents, workers’ compensation covers workers injured at work in all cases, and…
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Long Island Falls From Elevated Heights

Filed Under: Construction Accidents
Falls from elevated heights happen to construction workers employed on and around construction sites. These workplace injuries aren’t covered solely by the Workers’ Compensation rules. Although residents and those passing by a construction site are not eligible for the automatic strict liability coverage available to workers, they receive indirect protection…
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Going to Court After a Trucking Accident

Filed Under: Truck Accidents
In New York State, most trucking accident cases settle rather than go to an award in litigation. However, sometimes, for whatever reasons, the trucking company, its insurance company, or some potentially liable party refuses to settle. At that point, you will need to go to court after a trucking accident…
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Open Door Negligence in Long Island Motor Vehicle Accidents

Filed Under: Motorcycle Accidents
Cycling in any city is risky, and with Long Island’s history of high accident rates and high speeding rates, it’s even more dangerous for bike riders in Long Island. Cyclists have the right to use the roads, but even the safest cyclist can still suffer injuries due to negligent drivers.Dooring…
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Speeding as a factor in Long Island car accidents

Filed Under: Car Accidents Personal Injury
Speeding doesn’t consist of just violating the posted speed limit. In New York and Long Island, speeding means going faster than is “reasonable and prudent under the conditions” and the road hazards at the time. In other words, just because you’re doing the posted limit doesn’t mean you aren’t speeding.Of…
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Who Is at Fault for a T-Bone Accident?

Filed Under: Personal Injury Truck Accidents
T-bone accidents can be among the most devastating motor vehicle accidents regarding the injuries and damages caused. For this reason, determining fault and liability is vital.What Is a T-Bone Accident?A T-bone accident is one in which the two vehicles collide and create a T-shape. In other words, the front of…
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Long Island Left-hand Turn Accidents: Who is at Fault?

Filed Under: Car Accidents
Left-turn accidents happen much too often. No matter who the participants in the accident are, the accident is usually caused by left-turning drivers. Left turns are so challenging that many drivers try to avoid them, and UPS drivers are under orders to prevent them.Most of the time, the fault in…
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Brookhaven Health Care Facility, LLC Violations and Ratings

Filed Under: Nursing Home Abuse
Brookhaven Health Care Facility InformationAccording to their website, the Brookhaven Health Care team has been dedicated to developing and integrating innovative treatments and services for more than four decades. Their 160 bed facility is one of The McGuire Group’s six facilities in New York and was designed for full-scale subacute…
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When Hazardous Chemicals Spill During a Truck Accident?

Filed Under: Truck Accidents
Truck accidents are virtually always life-threatening events. The truck outweighs your car by 20 to 40 times, and who knows what is in it. So, if you walk away from the accident, you might be feeling pretty luckyLucky, that is, unless the truck carried hazardous or toxic materials. When that…
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What is Lane Splitting?

Filed Under: Motorcycle Accidents Personal Injury
Motorcycle riding is one of the most dangerous ways to get around on the highways. Everyone is bigger than you, has better built-in protection, and can’t always see you well. However, you do have what many see as an advantage: You can quickly slip from lane to lane in traffic.But…
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What Can a Family Do After a Trucking Accident Fatality?

Filed Under: Truck Accidents
When a loved one dies in a trucking accident, the surviving family will not just suffer emotional damage. The family will also suffer financial injuries due to the loss of the deceased family member. This post will look at recovering damages after a death in a trucking accident.Wrongful Death ClaimsA…
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The Difference Between New York Scaffolding Accidents and Workers’ Compensation Claims

Filed Under: Personal Injury Product Liability
Scaffold accidents happen to construction workers employed on and around the scaffolding on construction sites. They are workplace injuries but are not subject only to workers’ compensation rules in some states like New York. Recovering financially for scaffolding injuries can be complex, and anyone with injuries should seek legal advice…
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How to File a Truck Accident Lawsuit?

Filed Under: Truck Accidents
Truck accidents are, no doubt about it, some of the most devastating motor vehicle accidents you are likely to encounter. If nothing else, the average commercial truck is somewhere between 20 and 40 times as heavy as any passenger vehicle it hits. Think about the advantage that weight and mass…
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Getting Into a Car Accident in a Friend’s Car: Who Is Liable? The Car Owner or the Driver?

Filed Under: Car Accidents
Any question about liability in a car accident starts with whether or not a state is a no-fault insurance state. For example, in a no-fault state like New York, Injured parties will file their no-fault claims against the insurance company that covers the vehicle in which the accident happened. If…
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