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Understanding Crane Accidents


Posted on September 21, 2018 by

Construction sites tend to be very dangerous due to the heavy equipment often found there. This equipment includes huge cranes. Tower cranes and overhead cranes are often found on construction sites, particularly those for skyscrapers and other tall buildings.

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Asbestos and Landlord Negligence


Posted on August 29, 2018 by

Asbestos was a major scare for workers and homeowners a few decades ago. Known for causing mesothelioma and other lung conditions, asbestos was banned in 1989. However, nearly 30 years later, the dangers still exist as older buildings which have yet to be renovated since the new regulations may still contain asbestos.

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Common Causes of School Bus Accidents


Posted on August 17, 2018 by

Summer break is winding down and we are now approaching fall, which means school is back in session across the country. This means that you will see school buses on the road during your commute and as you run errands during the day.

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Slip and Fall Statute of Limitations in New York


Posted on June 28, 2018 by

If you suffer a slip and fall accident at a store or restaurant, you will likely be seriously injured. You may suffer a broken arm, back pain or even head trauma. If you were in this situation, you would likely attempt to file a lawsuit against the liable party.

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Understanding Implied Warranty of Habitability


Posted on May 30, 2018 by

Being a landlord is no easy task. Landlords must meet strict requirements in New York. They can’t just take the monthly rent and do nothing. They have to fulfill certain obligations to tenants throughout the terms of the leases. If they don’t, the tenant has the right to file a landlord negligence claim and receive compensation for damages.

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Traumatic Brain Injuries Caused by Roofing Accidents


Posted on May 24, 2018 by

Construction is one of the most dangerous job industries. There are so many elements involved, such as electricity, heights, tools and machinery. One of the most dangerous is heights, particularly roofing. Working on a roof is no easy task, especially when inclement weather is involved. One of the biggest concerns for roofers is traumatic brain injuries.

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