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What Is Required To Win a Medical Malpractice Case

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When you are injured, you depend on a medical professional’s experience and help to make you feel better. The last thing you expect is for the actions of that healthcare professional to make you more sick or injured. In every profession, there is room for error and mistake. However, even the smallest error or mistake

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Choosing a Hospital: Is It a Life or Death Decision?

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Going to the hospital could be a life or death decision for some patients. According to new research, patients treated at the worst hospitals are three times as likely to die as patients with the same health problem treated at the best hospitals. Yet most of us choose a hospital based on convenience or where

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Drowsy Driving: A Leading Cause of Car Accidents

Drowsy Driving

Drowsy driving is a leading cause of car accidents because it results in a similar impairing effect to drunk driving. Drowsy driving has become so common and such a big problem on the road that academics have put together panels to try to resolve the problem. One such panel was conducted at the Harvard School

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Pedestrian Injured After Getting Hit by a Car In New York City

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On January 12th, a 13 year-old girl was injured in a New York car accident at the intersection of 55th Street and 18th Avenue in Borough Park Brooklyn. Gittie Hershenbaum was waiting for her school bus on a sidewalk when a car jumped the curb and hit her. The Uber driver lost control of his

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$10K Fine In Construction Death Is “Monopoly Money”

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On April 6, 2015, an unsecured trench wall collapsed at 9-19 Ninth Avenue in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District neighborhood, killing 22-year-old Carlos Moncayo. Harco Construction was found guilty of felony manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide and reckless endangerment. This case established the first time that a company can be held criminally responsible for the death of

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Long Island Railroad Train Crash in Brooklyn Injures More Than 100

Train Accidents

On Wednesday, January 4th during the morning rush hour, a Long Island Railroad (LIRR) train derailed at Brooklyn’s Atlantic Terminal. More than 100 people were injured and taken to nearby hospitals. The LIRR is the nation’s busiest commuter railroad, with about 300,000-weekday passengers on lines that stretch from Long Island’s eastern tip to Manhattan. Atlantic

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Preventing Construction Site Accidents Through Building Information Modeling (BIM)

construction site accidents

Approximately 20% of work-related accident deaths involve construction workers. However, these workers only represent 4% of the employed workforce in the United States. Individuals who work at construction sites are at the greatest risk for getting injured or even dying while on the job. Unfortunately, the majority of these accidents are preventable. Using BIM to

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New York City Bicyclist Killed In a Truck Accident In New York

Bicycle Accident

On December 15th, a cement truck fatally struck a bicyclist as the trucker was making a right turn on the West Side Highway. The bicyclist was heading to the Greenway and was in the crosswalk of the West Side Highway at the intersection of West 55th Street. The police found the bicyclist unconscious at the

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