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More Recent Construction Site Injuries Part of Continuing Trend in New York

By RWHM |

Several construction workers have been injured or killed as part of an alarming trend of unsafe working conditions for New York construction workers in recent years.  Read on to learn about the accidents, and contact an experienced New York construction site accident attorney if you have additional questions. Several injured, one dead, in New… Read More »

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Making Commercial Trucks Safer with Automation

By RWHM |

Large commercial trucks can be very challenging to maneuver through busy highways and city streets, even under ideal circumstances. When distractions, weather, or simple negligence factor in, the risk of a crash involving a large truck rises even higher. Increasingly, safety researchers are suggesting that, if more large trucks used automation and the crash-avoidance… Read More »

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Local City Planner Killed in Tree Trimming Accident

By RWHM |

A Saugerties man who served as a planner for multiple towns in Ulster County and who was otherwise involved in the community has died. Tragically, the man was fatally injured when struck by a falling tree branch cut by tree trimmers. Learn more about the case below, and contact a seasoned Kingston personal injury… Read More »

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Hundreds of Doctors Fleeing from Medical Board Sanctions in One State to Practice Freely in Others

By RWHM |

According to the results of a yearlong investigation by MedPage Today and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the current national database that houses complaints against medical practitioners is extremely faulty–to the point that hundreds of doctors facing sanctions in one state may have simply fled across state lines to avoid punishment and continue practicing elsewhere. … Read More »

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Hundreds of Malpractice Lawsuits against Local Surgeon Settled for $45 Million

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A surgeon who spent years working in the Hudson Valley and who was sentenced to over four years in prison became the subject of hundreds of medical malpractice lawsuits by local residents who were the subject of sometimes-fraudulent or botched surgeries. Recently, lawyers for the victims and for the insurance companies who will cover… Read More »

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Speeding Car Accidents

Fatalities Caused by Speeding and Drunk Driving Roughly Equal, Study Finds

By RWHM |

It’s hard not to feel compelled to do everything faster, to save time wherever we can. This can extend to driving as fast as we can, despite knowing that speeding can be a highly unsafe behavior. While we know we shouldn’t speed, speeding does not seem to get the same amount of moral outrage… Read More »

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Before Attending a Hearing or Trial in Your Divorce, Learn about Courtroom Etiquette

By RWHM |

It’s very possible that your first encounter with a courtroom will occur during your divorce trial. The rules of appropriate behavior in a courtroom aren’t complicated. That said, it’s critical that you follow these rules diligently, keeping in mind that the eyes of the judge and opposing party will always be on you, watching… Read More »

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Leaving Specific Items for Heirs in Your Will? Proceed with Caution

By RWHM |

When drafting a will, your first instinct may be to use the opportunity to make specific gifts to loved ones—your home to a child or grandchild with a large family, your vintage Mercedes to a family member with an interest in old cars, your antique jewelry to a child who has long admired it…. Read More »

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New Law Extends Time Limit to File Medical Malpractice Claim

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Earlier this year, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law a bill that will make it easier for victims of medical malpractice to get justice in court. The bill has been labeled “Lavern’s Law,” named after the woman whose personal tragedy spurred the change regarding when medical malpractice lawsuits may be filed. Read… Read More »

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How to Respond to a Stalling Spouse

By RWHM |

Filing for divorce may have felt like it was an inevitability for years to you, but your desire for a split may have come as a surprise to your spouse. A reluctant spouse can make a divorce truly miserable in many ways, but one of the most costly and frustrating ways is through the… Read More »

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