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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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Will my Personal Injury Case Go to Trial?

At Sullivan, Papain, Block, McGrath, Coffinas & Cannavo, P.C. our personal injury attorneys are dedicated to helping accident victims secure compensation for any injuries they may have suffered due to the negligence of another party. With over 75 years of experience helping New York City residents secure compensation, the attorneys at Sullivan, Papain, Block, McGrath,…

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Compensation for Pain and Suffering: How Is It Calculated?

Pain and suffering is a monetary award for the victim of a personal injury case, and there are methods to how it is calculated by insurance companies to determine the amount needed to go to the victim. Below, the Long Island personal injury attorneys at Sullivan, Papain, Block, McGrath, Coffinas, and Cannavo P.C. define pain…

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Proving Liability in a Slip-and-Fall Accident

Slip-and-fall accidents can occur in many establishments—restaurants, shopping malls, and even workplaces. While many slip-and-fall accidents may result in no injuries at all, others can have serious consequences such as fractures, spinal injuries and even brain injuries like concussions. In fact, falls account for 5% of job-related fatalities for women and 11% for men, according…

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Can I Take Legal Action if I Suffer a Burn Injury in the Workplace?

The range of burn injuries that can occur in the workplace can range from mild to severe. While some workers are placed at risk for obtaining burns moreso than others, such as firefighters and electricians, unsafe premises can put workers spanning a wide range of careers at risk for suffering a burn injury. Here, the…

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