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Filing a Personal Injury Protection or No Fault claim after an auto accident

Personal Injury Protection (“PIP”) coverage is mandatory in New York for every auto insurance policy. PIP is also known as no-fault insurance claim and can be filed regardless of whether or not you were responsible. People sometimes hesitate to file No Fault claims for fear that their insurance company will raise their rates or terminate…

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Concussion lawsuits getting in the game

If you’ve been following football recently, you know that concussions have become a big story this year. With more than 2,400 retired players joining in a lawsuit against the National Football League for allegedly hiding the knowledge that repeated concussions could lead to short and long-term brain damage, they represent one of the most significant…

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Follow through in personal injury cases

Generally, in New York, the statute of limitations to file a personal injury lawsuit expires after three years. However, it is general consensus that filing earlier produces better results.  In some cases, the statute of limitations will even expire after just one year making it important to contact an attorney quickly after an injury. Filing…

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Pharmaceutical liability case may go to Supreme Court

Pharmaceutical companies have produced a multitude of products that fight disease, alleviate pain and improve quality of life. In some instances, they are motivated to make new products available as quickly as possible in order to recover capital spent on research and development. In their rush to take products to market, inadequate testing and improper…

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