How to Prove Negligence in a Construction Accident Case

two new york construction workers going over plans for building

Construction sites are a flurry of activity, and accidents can and do occur within all that hustle and bustle. More than 1,000 construction workers die on the job each year, according to the most recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and even more are injured. When workers are injured on the job,…

Read More

Can You Sue a Doctor for Failure to Diagnose?

Can you sue for a failure to diagnose?

Patients count on medical professionals to accurately diagnose and treat their ailments. However, what happens when that diagnosis is missed or delayed? Can you hold a doctor accountable for failing to diagnose your condition? As a personal injury law firm serving the people of New York City, we understand the complexities surrounding medical malpractice cases,…

Read More

Commonly Asked Questions About Maritime Law

maritime accidents

General maritime law is a challenging area to navigate. Unlike state and federal law, this area of law applies explicitly only when individuals face injury at sea. Below, the experienced attorneys at Sullivan Papain Block McManus Coffinas & Cannavo explain some of the intricacies of maritime law, exploring where it works, the history, and why…

Read More