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November 2017 Archives

Understanding post-vehicle accident fundamentals

New York City is compact. The island of Manhattan alone is just 23 square miles in size and is, by the latest count, home to more than 1.5 million people. By comparison, the most developed land mass in Wisconsin's Apostle Islands in Lake Superior, Madeline, is nearly twice as large and home to just 300 year-round residents.

Cracks in Manhattan building pose risk of injury

In Manhattan, new skyscrapers gleam against the original structures of New York’s heritage. As fresh developments change the landscape, however, many older buildings are being forgotten. The rising issue of poor structural maintenance threatens the safety of New York residents. In some cases, the building could collapse, causing serious injury to you and your family.

Employers note: Sexual harassment is never accidental

If you were to do a person-on-the-street survey today asking what are the top five most prominent issues on peoples' minds, chances are good that sexual harassment would be on the list of the respondents. Workplace harassment against women is common in New York. So is harassment of men, though it's not talked about nearly as often.

Proving responsibility in premises liability cases

Whether you accept the consensus of weather scientists about climate change, one thing is not in dispute. Winter in the United States is shorter than it used to be. This fact has made headlines recently. Data from more than 100 years of record keeping and compiled by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration proves that first frosts are happening about one month later than a century ago. At the same time, the last frosts of spring are coming earlier than they did in 1916.

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