Category: Construction Accident/Labor Law

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Notice of Claim Requirement

NOTICE OF CLAIM REQUIREMENT Before one can bring a lawsuit to collect damages against a city, town, or a public agency in the state of New York, a notice of claim requirement must be satisfied. A claimant has ninety days during which to file and comply with the notice of claim requirement or they will be […]


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Construction Accident Injuries

Construction Accident Injuries Very often, construction accidents on construction sites result in tragic injuries and even death.  Confusion as to who is liable for the injury deters some victims from seeking justice.  Although several subcontractors may be present on a construction site and their duties overlap; unraveling the mystery of liability can be accomplished by […]


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Picking a Jury in a Personal Injury Case

Jury Selection for Personal Injury Trial The jury selection process in Personal Injury cases is very important.  Questioning the potential jurors is a process known as “Voir Dire.”  This may be the single most important process in the whole trial.  Selecting the jurors who will give you the best chance to win your case is […]


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Evaluating a Personal Injury Case

Evaluating a Personal Injury Case There are several factors that need to be considered in determining what the value of a Personal Injury case is.  Multiple attorneys can have varying opinions with regards to the same case.  That is because some attorneys will lend more weight to certain factors that other attorneys decline to.  At […]


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Deposition Preparation

Deposition Preparation Depositions are part of the discovery process, which takes place during the pretrial portion of a lawsuit. Discovery occurs after the case has been filed and officially begun with the court, but before the trial. The purpose of the discovery process is to expose all the facts the parties will be relying on […]


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