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    3 FAQs About Texting While Driving Car Accident Claims

    New York law broadly bans the use of portable electronic devices while driving. Motorists who are caught texting behind the wheel could face a fine of $200. They could also receive five points on their driving record (accumulating at least 11 points in an 18-month period can result in a license susp…Read More

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    5 Ways to Treat a Concussion

    Concussions are the least severe and most common type of traumatic brain injury (TBI). As such, it’s easy to underestimate the damage they can cause. If you fail to seek medical attention after suffering a blow to the head, the consequences could be devastating. In addition to monitoring your cond…Read More

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    What to Do (and Not Do) After a Truck Accident

    When a large truck collides with a smaller vehicle, the scene that results is almost always chaotic. Debris will likely be scattered across the roadway, and traffic may be blocked in both directions until responders can clear the wreckage. It may be tempting to lose your composure in such a scenario…Read More

  4. 5 Steps to Take After an Accident with a Drunk Driver

    After an accident with a drunk driver, your statements and actions at the scene and over the days and weeks that follow will influence the outcome of your personal injury claim. Although every collision is unique, there are a few steps all victims can take to protect their rights. Those steps includ…Read More

  5. 3 FAQs About Distracted Driving Car Accident Claims

    If you were struck by a distracted driver, you may have grounds for a personal injury claim against the at-fault motorist. To recover a fair settlement, you’ll have to prove negligence, causation, and damages. You’ll also have to avoid making critical mistakes that would bring liability or the s…Read More

  6. What Is New York’s Child Victims Act?

    Prior to its passing, victims only had until the age of 23 to seek prosecution. Effective February 14, 2019, the law also allows victims until the age of 55 to commence civil proceedings against both their abuser and any institutions that enabled the transgression. Additionally, the Act includes a o…Read More

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    4 Social Media Tips for Medical Malpractice Claimants

    Over the past two decades, social media has become a fixture of modern life. Most people have an account on at least one major platform, which means nearly everyone can turn to their digital friends and followers when they need advice—and few people need advice more than victims of medical malprac…Read More

  8. 6 Most Common Causes of Traumatic Brain Injury

    Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are responsible for a considerable number of disabilities and deaths throughout the United States annually. In 2014, for example, there were more than 50,000 deaths among nearly 3 million reported cases of TBI. Even a relatively minor TBI can be devastating for both t…Read More