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March Is Brain Injury Awareness Month

March Is Brain Injury Awareness Month Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are frighteningly common injuries. An estimated 1.7 million TBIs occur in the United States every year. Some people may recover from minor head trauma in a relatively short timeframe, but others can suffer debilitating consequences that alter their day-to-day lives forever. Brain injury victims might Read More

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When a Bicyclist Hits a Pedestrian in New York City, Who Is at Fault?

With the congested roads and busy subway systems, many people are resorting to bicycling to travel around New York City. It’s a good alternative to help reduce congestion on the streets and get a little fresh air on morning commutes. While they may not seem as dangerous to pedestrians as cars, bicycles can collide with Read More

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Who Is Liable in a Helicopter Accident?

When five passengers boarded a helicopter for a sightseeing tour on Monday, March 11th, they did not suspect they’d end up fighting for their lives in the East River. According to reports of the incident, the helicopter started descending rapidly near Roosevelt Island approximately eight minutes after takeoff. The pilot attempted to restart the helicopter’s Read More

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Who Is Liable in a Taxicab Hit-and-Run Accident?

When someone slides into the backseat of a taxicab or rideshare vehicle, the driver for hire has an obligation to keep not only his or her passengers, but everyone else on the road, safe from foreseeable harm. While taxicab drivers are required to have an active license by the New York City Taxi and Limousine Read More

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First Scooter Injury Lawsuit Filed in New York

The first New York scooter injury case has been filed in the Bronx. A man named Victor Medina is pursuing a claim against IMMOTOR, LLC, the manufacturer of the Immotor GO Electric Scooter he was riding at the time of his accident. The lawsuit, filed in the Southern District of New York, claims that IMMOTOR, Read More

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If You Get Hurt While Delivering for DoorDash or UberEATS, What Do You Do?

Food delivery services, like DoorDash, UberEats, and Postmates, have made it easy for millions of people to get delicious food from their favorite restaurants without leaving the comfort of their house or apartment. Uber has been successful in recent years by modelling their food delivery service on their well-known rideshare system. This involves using a Read More

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If You’re Injured on the Subway, Who’s at Fault?

To say most New Yorkers use the subway system would be an understatement. Every year since 2013, the New York City MTA has reported that the total ridership of the New York subway system has exceeded 1.7 billion riders. Even though the subway is a major part of everyday life for many New Yorkers, there Read More

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How to Enjoy NYC and Central Park as a Pedestrian Safely

When it comes to the various landmarks in the City of New York, few are as iconic as Central Park. It is a green oasis inside of one of the most bustling cities in the world and a must-see for any visitor. Officially opening in the winter of 1857, it was the first artificially landscaped Read More

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What Do Personal Injury Lawyers Actually Do?

First things first: You have the right to represent yourself in any legal action you choose, in the United States (there are some exceptions for family law, but not for civil or criminal cases). However, that doesn’t mean it is a good idea. Our New York personal injury lawyers at Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco, Read More

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When It Comes to Big Rig Accidents, the Driver Isn’t (the Only One) at Fault

The damage caused by accidents involving tractor-trailers is often utterly catastrophic. The reason for this probably isn’t surprising to anyone: large trucks carry much more weight due to the sheer size of their rigs. Because of this fact, semi-trucks can do a lot more harm when involved in a crash than smaller cars. Another unpleasant Read More

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I have been fighting for the rights of victims since 2008, whether it be for the rights of those injured in accidents, those injured in workplace accidents, or crime victims.  I believe that the best resolutions come from attorneys that are invested in their clients – and that is the type of relationship that The…

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