Articles About Workers' Comp
New York Scaffolding Law Applies To Falls From All Elevated Work Sites
Posted: August 25, 2020
New York Construction Accident Lawyer Assisting Plaintiffs With Scaffolding Injuries Working at heights can be incredibly dangerous, and falls from heights are a common cause of serious and fatal injuries on New York construction sites. Indeed, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cites falls as the leading cause of deaths on construction sites, noting that falls account for …
How Does A Wrongful Death Suit Work?
Posted: August 12, 2020
Losing a loved one is tragic under any circumstances, but the loss of a family member because of someone else’s careless behavior can be truly devastating. Under these circumstances, it can feel impossible to even consider the possibility of filing a lawsuit against the at-fault party given the emotional toll of the death. Yet filing a …
Can An Unsuccessful Procedure Be Considered Malpractice?
Posted: June 30, 2020
When you have a medical procedure completed and it does not go as planned, you may be wondering if you should think about filing a medical malpractice lawsuit. Generally speaking, the fact that a procedure was unsuccessful does not necessarily mean that the healthcare provider committed malpractice. However, an unsuccessful procedure can be the result …