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A running commentary on legal developments as they occur in state statutes, municipal laws and legal decisions in the trial and appellate courts throughout New York City and beyond.

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Understanding Elevator Injuries and Accident Claims in New York

By Leandros Vrionedes |

Elevators are a convenience and, quite often, a necessity for daily life and work. When elevators are negligently manufactured, installed or maintained, however, serious injury can result. Read on for a discussion of elevator accident injury claims, and call a dedicated New York elevator accident lawyer if you or someone you care about has… Read More »

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Causes of Construction Site Accidents

By Leandros Vrionedes |

Construction remains one of the most dangerous industries for employee injury and fatality. Construction worksites are filled with hazards to both construction workers and the general public. According to safety officials and health advocates, however, most construction accidents are avoidable. Accidents almost always occur because someone involved was behaving negligently. Continue reading to learn… Read More »

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Bike Safety Tips

By Leandros Vrionedes |

Nationally, over 11,000 bicycle riders are injured and over 140 cyclists are killed every year. While many of these accidents are caused by negligent car drivers and other hazards, there are steps that cyclists can take to protect themselves and reduce the risk of a catastrophic accident. Below, we discuss tips for bicyclists to… Read More »

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Most Common Construction Accidents

By Leandros Vrionedes |

Construction remains one of the most dangerous industries in the country. Of the 4,779 worker fatalities that occurred nationwide in 2018, 1,008, or 21.1 percent, were in construction. That means that one in five workers killed on the job work construction, according to the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Thousands more construction… Read More »

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Fatal Accidents in New York Remain Steady Despite Drop in Traffic

By Leandros Vrionedes |

We may have been a bit too hasty in a previous post when discussing the benefits of the novel coronavirus pandemic on traffic safety. While it is true that the number of cars on the road across New York City has dropped dramatically, new traffic safety figures show that somehow, the number of traffic… Read More »

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