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Getting a Recovery for a Car Colliding with a Building

A car hitting a building is not that unusual. 

Here are some examples:

  • The vehicle strikes the client’s backyard fence and goes through the fence.  The client falls when trying to avoid the car. 
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Biclycling Accidents; Getting "Doored"

A frequent accident is called “dooring” by the bicycling community, i.e., the biker colliding with a car door suddenly being opened in the cyclist’s lane of travel.  123 more words


Getting a Recovery from a Bankrupt Corporation; Good Luck!

If you have had the misfortune to get injured by a major corporation in bankruptcy, we have a bit of advice:  good luck!

We have a score of clients who have been injured by A & P, Food Emporium, Pathmark, St. 285 more words

Insurance Issues

Getting a Recovery for Bicycle Injuries; Get a Police Report

The New York Police Department has started to track and report bicycle accidents in the same manner that it writes-up motor vehicle accidents.

This is good news for injured clients. 144 more words

Personal Injury

Getting a Recovery for Work Place Injuries; Workers' Compensation Lost Income Rates

People injured at work are entitled to lost income under workers’ compensation.

These are the maximum weekly income rates:

For accidents occurring within these dates:

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Insurance Issues

Being Prepared for an Automobile Accident; Getting Non-Owned Auto Insurance

If you do not own a car you should consider buying non-owned automobile insurance.

This insurance will protect you in the event of an automobile accident with either a vehicle which is uninsured or unknown (the “hit and run”) or a vehicle which carries less insurance than your coverage. 204 more words

Insurance Issues

Getting a Recovery for Your Accident Case; Hiring a the Right Lawyer and the Right Doctor Is Crucial

It is crucial to hire a reputable and honest lawyer and doctor for your accident case.  If you do not, you may lose your right to recover.   339 more words

Personal Injury