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Tag Archives: comparative negligence

man shoveling snow out of his property

An Open and Obvious Danger May Still Be a Trap for the Unwary

By Leandros Vrionedes |

Property owners can be held liable for injuries caused by dangerous conditions on their property, such as a hole in the ground that somebody could step into and then trip and fall. Generally, the property owner can avoid liability if the dangerous condition is readily observable by people “employing the reasonable use of their… Read More »

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Auto Accident Comparative Negligence

Mineola Auto Accident Case Sheds Light On Comparative Negligence

By Leandros Vrionedes |

In some auto accidents, it is possible for both drivers to be partly at fault in causing the accident. In these cases, New York law follows a rule of pure comparative negligence. This rule allows a jury to assign a percentage of the total fault to each driver. A plaintiff who is found to… Read More »

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New York Scaffold Safety Law Under Attack in Legislature

By Leandros Vrionedes |

New York’s so-called scaffold law protects construction workers from the hazards of working on heights and applies to ladder falls as well as scaffolds or any elevation-related accident. The scaffold law can be found in several sections of the New York Labor Code, such as sections 240, 241, and 241A. These provisions apply to… Read More »

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