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Tag Archives: New York’s no-fault insurance law

New York Auto Accidnet Compensation

Plaintiff Fails to Prove Injury is a “Serious Injury” for Purposes of New York Car Accident Law

By Leandros Vrionedes |

Generally speaking, New York’s no-fault insurance law limits the ability of a person injured in an auto accident to recover any compensation beyond the insurance policy limits for bodily injury, unless the person suffered a “serious injury,” in which case the injured person is entitled to sue for damages in court. Section 5102(d) of… Read More »

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Driver Making Phone Call after read-end car accident

New York City Car Crash Yields Battle of Summary Judgment Motions: Plaintiff Wins on Liability but Loses on Serious Injury

By Leandros Vrionedes |

A rear-end collision at West 40th Street and 12th Avenue in Manhattan back in 2009 led to litigation against the following car by the driver of the rear-ended car, who alleged personal injury. Recently the Supreme Court, New York County, decided summary judgment motions submitted by the plaintiff and defendant drivers. Both parties in… Read More »

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