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Curbing Rights of Injured Individuals Does Not Save Money

Tag: Medical Malpractice
11 Dec 2019

Who Is Most At Risk for Pedestrian Accidents on Long Island?

Oftentimes, the streets of Long Island favor motor vehicles over the safety and well-being of pedestrians. Pedestrian-unfriendly corridors force individuals to walk along streets with no sidewalks and no protections from other cars. Individuals are also put at risk when

04 Mar 2013

Do You Know What Uninsured Motorist Coverage Is?

This couple from Staten Island wish they had known before an accident.  Please read this cautionary tale and make sure you take a few steps to protect yourself against the carlessness of others. The additional insurance known as Supplemental Uninsured/Underinsured

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27 Jun 2012

Be Your Own Health Advocate: 14 Worst Hospital Mistakes to Avoid

Fact is, we live in an age where our civil justice rights are under assault from political interest groups.   They seek to curb our ability to hold others responsible when harmful mistakes are made.  In the face of that perhaps an ounce

21 Jun 2012

Seeing Beyond Insurance Industry Smoke & Mirrors: Study Shows “Tort Reform” Does Not Lower Costs

A new study found no evidence that health care costs in Texas dipped after a 2003 constitutional amendment limited payouts in medical malpractice lawsuits, despite claims made to voters by some backers of tort reform.

15 Jun 2012

Judiciary Ratings

North Law Publishers, Inc.,  runs a website with an eye towards giving insight into how judges are viewed by the lawyers who appear before them.  Rankings and ratings appear for various levels of judges/courts throughout New York State. It may not be

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