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Car Accident Lawyers Discuss Lawsuit Against Apple in an Alleged Distracted Driving Case

The parents of a child that died in an alleged distracted driving incident are suing Apple Inc explain New York car accident lawyers at the F&A injury law firm. They allege that Apple’s FaceTime app contributed to the death by encouraging distracted driving. The lawsuit was filed in December 2016, in California Superior Court in…

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Major NFL Concussion Lawsuit Settlement Overview

The National Football League (NFL) has long been accused of ignoring the damaging effects of brain injuries on its players.  Even though they were presented with evidence of the risks of repetitive traumatic brain injuries many years ago, they did not share the information with players, concealed some information and did not take enough steps to prevent…

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NYC Pedestrian Accident Lawyers Discuss Knockdown Car Accidents in the Five Boroughs

While city officials have worked hard to reduce pedestrian accidents during recent years, they keep occurring regularly in all five New York City boroughs explains Arkady Frekhtman, one of the pedestrian accident lawyers at the F&A injury law firm in Brooklyn.  On March 24, 2017, a one-year-old girl was struck and killed in Queens by a…

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Taxotere Hair Loss: Breast Cancer Drug Causes Alopecia in Women

It was back during the late 1990s that the U. S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) first approved injections of docetaxel (brand name Taxotere®) for different forms of cancer. Since that time, it’s been approved to treat breast, prostate, head, and neck cancers. Patients suffering from gastric cancers and non-small cell lung cancer have also…

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Truck Accident Lawyer Discusses PTSD Among Survivors of Semi Tractor-Trailer Crashes

When large trucks are involved in serious crashes, the impact on those involved is often far more than physical explains a truck accident lawyer in New York City. More than 3 million people suffer injuries in U.S. traffic accidents every year. The National Center for PTSD estimates that nine percent of these individuals have PTSD….

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Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers Explain How A TBI Requires Experienced Legal Help

Four or five decades ago our country could only offer limited rehabilitative resources to someone suffering from a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Times have changed explains Arkady Frekhtman, one of the traumatic brain injury lawyers at the F&A accident law firm in New York City. Advanced medical training and new forms of treatment now help…

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NYC Construction Accident Lawyer Discusses Electrocutions & Handling of Hazardous Energy

Although falls account for the largest number of major construction site injuries and deaths, close to 10% (about 8.6% in 2015) of them occur while someone is working with electricity or other hazardous energy explains Arkady Frekhtman, a NYC construction accident lawyer. Many dangerous assignments are tied to lockout-tagout (LOTO) tasks – they are performed…

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Quadriplegia Injury Lawyers Discuss One Patient’s Brave Quest to Learn New Motor Skills

Bill Kochevar is an exceptionally brave 56-year-old man who recently let doctors surgically implant brain-recording and muscle stimulator devices into his body explains one of the quadriplegia injury lawyers at the F&A accident law firm in New York. He has been battling quadriplegia (tetraplegia) for over eight years since his spinal cord injury. Quadriplegia causes paralysis…

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NYC Construction Site Falls Remain Deadly

Every few months, another sad news story reveals that a New York City construction worker has fallen to his death. As most construction site managers know, falls are among the “fatal four” most dangerous threats to construction site injuries and deaths. Close to 38.8% of the construction site deaths reported in 2015 were caused by…

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New York City Fires:  Still A Danger Though Numbers Are Dropping

Few events pose as much deadly danger as large industrial fires and those that ravage our private homes and apartment buildings. Fortunately, this city is now seeing a decline in annual fires. A January 9, 2017 New York Times article states that fire deaths in this city are now at their lowest in more than…

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