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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.

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.

NY bill would allow law enforcement to use “Textalyzer” devices

Everybody knows that distracted driving is a significant problem nationwide, despite the obvious dangers this activity entails and efforts to educate the public the risks. Texting and driving, like other forms of addiction, is a hard habit to break, even if the potential harm is clear.

Report: states need to be more thorough in gathering information about crashes

In any personal injury case, gathering as much and as accurate information as possible about the accident is important for a couple reasons. For one thing, it allows accident victims to get a sense of what specific factors or causes are behind the accident and to determine who may be responsible for causing or contributing to the accident. Thorough and accurate information about a crash also helps accident victims determine the extent to which each party contributed to the accident for purposes of comparative liability.

What if a police officer should take action and doesn't?

Law enforcement throughout the country has been front-and-center in the public conversation for the last couple of years. It is not a simple conversation, but the fact of the matter is that some people do experience discrimination at the hands of law enforcement.

What to do when an employer impedes your escape route

If you have been frequenting our website, you know that employers are required to promote a safe working environment, whether the safeguards installed encourage mental or physical security. Laws protect employees from discrimination and harassment. Other agencies review workplace conditions to prevent employees from suffering sickness, injury or death.

Truck accident involving Tracy Morgan highlights issue of hours of service rules

Readers may remember that it was over two years ago that actor and comedian Tracy Morgan was involved in a serious truck accident on the New Jersey Turnpike. That crash proved fatal to fellow comedian James McNair, and seriously injurious for Morgan. It was, according to reports, over a year after the accident before Morgan was able to return to work.

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