Preventable Hospital Errors:
An average of 195,000 people in the USA died due to potentially preventable, in-hospital medical errors in each of the years 2000, 2001 and 2002, according to a new study of 37 million patient records that was released by Health Grades, the healthcare quality company.
Teen Drivers | The Disturbing Facts:
For most teenagers, learning to drive and getting their license is a rite of passage
they’ve looked forward to with excitement and anticipation for many years. Sadly, though, teens and driving can be a dangerous mix.
Two Laws About Trip & Fall Accidents on NYC Sidewalks that Could Crack Your Case:
I believe that the average citizen is in the dark about who is responsible, if anyone, in a trip and fall accident on a raised or broken sidewalk.
Here, I will simplify the law for you so you can be better educated on what to do if you trip & fall and are injured on a raised or cracked NYC sidewalk.
Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal Injury & Tort Reform:
How Tort Reform and Changes in the Serious Injury Law Affect the Rights of Those Injured by Motor Vehicle Accidents
Uninsured Motorist Protection: The Basics & Motorcycle Fatalities
The scenario is all too familiar – A person is injured in an auto accident only to find out that the other driver had little or worse yet, no insurance. Learn how to protect yourself here.
The Real Truth About Medical Malpractice Cases in NY:
And Why Most Plaintiffs Never Recover a Penny!
Wrongful Death Damages
Wrongful Death Damages can take several forms. Learn about them in this Free Report.
Texting While Driving: Banned
You may think you know the law when it comes to cell phones and driving, but there are some specifics in the new laws that may surprise you.
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The Seatbelt Defense: Seatbelt Law in Light of the Simon Crash
The legal dangers of not wearing available seat belts and how it could affect your recovery.
Brachial Plexus Birth Injuries
When a baby's shoulder gets stuck in the birth canal and cannot be delivered by traditional means, it is called "shoulder dystocia." This often leads to nerve injuries such as Erb's Palsey. Learn more about Erb's Palsey here.
Falling Debris From a Construction Site Kills Pedestrian Passerby.
A common problem in New York City? Find out Ed Lemmo's take by downloading the report below.