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How to Protect Your Legal Rights After a Bike Accident in Queens: A Step-by-Step Guide

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What to Do After a Bike Accident: A Step-by-Step Guide to Protecting Your Legal Rights Every day, Queen's bicyclists face major safety challenges posed by all the speeding cars, trucks, and motorcycles. The distracted drivers of these vehicles also tend to ignore traffic signals, bike lane restrictions, and the need to yield to others. During one recent year, nineteen (19) bicyclists and fifteen (15) moped or e-bike riders lost their lives while pedaling down New York City streets. Statistics also revealed that 1,200 bicycles, e-bike, and e-scooter riders suffered serious injuries. Unfortunately, over 990 of those 1,200 injured were bicyclists. Now that...

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Construction Accidents Lawyers

New York City Construction Accident Lawyer

Injured in a Construction Accident in New York City? If you or a family member have been injured at a New York construction site either as a construction worker or bystander, you’re probably feeling excruciating pain and receiving huge medical bills. You want the employer, landlord, contractors, and their insurance companies to pay for your bills and compensate you for the injuries you suffered. Contact our team at (212) 222-1111 for your free case evaluation. But they and their insurance company will hire investigators, doctors, and lawyers to defend their own interests so they can save their money by not paying you for...

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What Should I do After A Truck Accident In NYC


Each day, countless box trucks, tractor-trailers, semi-trucks, 18-wheelers, and garbage trucks travel alongside New York City’s pedestrians, bicyclists, motorcyclists, and other motor vehicles. Although serious accidents frequently occur on congested, inner-city streets – many of these dangerous events also regularly on all the various freeways. When people are hit by the larger commercial trucks, they often suffer permanent disabilities or lose their lives. When you find yourself in one of these accidents, there are key steps you should take to obtain the full medical care and treatment you need, while fully protecting your legal rights. While some of the suggested steps...

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Falling Objects

Falling debris is one of the leading causes of injury on construction sites. It’s so common, in fact, that the Occupational Health and Safety Administration has dubbed it one of the industry’s “Fatal Four.” Workers struck by a falling object is the second leading cause of death in construction, and many of these injuries are preventable. If you or a loved one experienced a serious injury or suffered harm after an object struck you on a construction site, the law may entitle you to compensation for your injuries. Hiring a New York City construction site injury attorney as soon as possible...

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EP 07 S 06: Burn Injury Attorneys Discuss Fire in Bronx Apartment Building

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At least 17 people, including eight children, are dead after a five-alarm fire in a residential high-rise building in the Bronx on Sunday, Was It Preventable? Investment Portfolio v. People's Lives [buzzsprout episode='9868456' player='true'] Pick Your Favorite Channel: Apple Podcast | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | RSS Full Transcript Good morning, everyone. This is Arkady Frekhtman, a New York personal injury trial attorney coming to you on Monday, January 10th. And recently this past weekend in New York City, we had a tragedy, a fire in the Bronx claimed 19 lives, including nine children with 60 people injured. And as an attorney,...

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Manhole Cover Explosions in NYC Threaten Public Safety

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During the past decade, New York City residents have suffered serious injuries and endured dangerous power failures after fires and explosions have erupted underneath manhole covers. For example, in February of 2021, Manhattan cars and storefronts were damaged around the time the Fire Department received calls about smoke coming from multiple manholes. Soon, one of the manholes exploded, cutting off power to area buildings - and filling some of them with carbon monoxide gas. And back in February of 2015, a man was struck in the head by a flying manhole cover in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood. Days later, he was...

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