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Construction Accident Litigation, Part 1: ‘Biaca-Neto’ and Sole Proximate Cause
In this edition of his Construction Accident Litigation column, Brian Shoot focuses upon a single question: whether the plaintiff-worker’s conduct constitutes the sole proximate cause of the subject accident as a matter of law, or alternatively may be deemed by a jury to be the sole proximate cause of the subject accident. Editor’s Note: This…
Who Is At Fault In A T-Bone Car Accident?
Car accidents can be frightening and painful, especially in a T-bone collision. This type of crash occurs when one vehicle hits another at a right angle and often happens at an intersection or parking lot. T-bone accidents can cause serious injuries, such as head trauma, spinal cord damage, broken bones, and internal bleeding. They can…
Hugh Turk Obtains $4.75 Million Settlement For Burn Victim
On April 25, 2022 in the United States District Court, District of New Jersey, Hugh Turk, attorney at Sullivan Papain, obtained a $4.75 million settlement for a burn victim who claimed the kitchen product they were using had defective packaging causing the burn. Plaintiff Suffers Severe Burns From Defective Packaging Fire A 46-year-old woman suffered…
What Are Common Causes of Heavy Machinery Accidents?
Construction sites are inherently dangerous places where workers are often exposed to various hazards, including heavy machinery. While heavy machinery is an essential part of construction work, it can also be a significant source of accidents and injuries. Below, the experienced personal injury attorneys at SPBMCC discuss the common causes of heavy machinery accidents and…
What to Do After Being Injured By a Defective Product
Consumers trust that products will work as intended. Products that fail to deliver on their promise or malfunction can cause serious injuries. These injuries can be painful, debilitating, and life-altering and may result in lost wages, medical bills, and emotional trauma. If a defective product has injured you or a loved one, it’s crucial to…