Under New York law, spouses of personal injury victims are sometimes entitled to compensation via a claim for loss of consortium and companionship. These claims are meant to remedy marital losses that spouses of injury victims experience due to another person’s fault. These claims are frequently made when the injuries suffered are permanent and/or debilitating.  …

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We are frequently asked how preexisting conditions will impact our clients’ personal injury cases. Unfortunately, many injury victims with preexisting conditions do not make personal injury claims because they think that having prior health issues invalidates their claim.  If you have a preexisting condition, do not let that discourage you from speaking with a personal…

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[1p21video src=”https://www.triallaw1.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/NY_Construction-1.mp4″ width=”” id=”gif_replace_noalignment”] Construction workers ply their trades in one of the most dangerous industries in the United States.  Perhaps nowhere is that more true than in New York where, despite significant worker protection laws and heavy regulation, construction workers are injured or killed on a near-daily basis. In February 2019, nine workers were…

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