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Can I Sue for a Slip and Fall Accident?

For many Americans, winter is synonymous with months of snow and ice. While these weather conditions can be picturesque and enjoyable for many, they can also create dangerous conditions. Chances are, you or someone you know has suffered a painful fall on snow or ice during the winter. While many falls lead to only minor…

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Partner John Nash Obtains Substantial $2,750,000 Settlement for Family of Man Struck in Crosswalk

On November 22nd, 2021, Firm Partner John Nash successfully litigated a case where a man suffered severe injuries after he was struck in a crosswalk by a negligent motor vehicle operator, ultimately resulting in a $2,750,000 settlement for the plaintiff’s family.        Pedestrian Struck in a Crosswalk In East Hampton, New York Suffers…

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Electric Car Batteries May Pose Greater Risk of Fires

In May, a fatal driverless Tesla crash that occurred in Houston prompted scrutiny of the company’s Autopilot feature and the marketing around it. This tragic outcome led to an unsettling finding—the crash that killed the two men sparked a tremendous electrical fire that took hours to extinguish, compared to just minutes it would take to…

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Recent Airbnb Assault Case Sheds Light on Company’s Multi-Million Dollar Payout System

Airbnb is a popular short-term vacation rental company that offers alternatives to the traditional hotel experience. Hosts have the ability to place a full home or apartment, guest suite or section of their home up on the online marketplace as a temporary rental. According to Airbnb, about two million people stay in their rentals every…

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Determining Negligence in Personal Injury Cases

The legal system defines negligence as the failure to exercise a level of care toward others which a reasonable or prudent person would do in the same or similar circumstances. In order for a personal injury case to be successful, it is imperative that the plaintiff can prove that the defendant’s negligence caused their injury….

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