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Product Liability: Failure to Warn

  Every year hundreds of people are killed or seriously injured because of a defective product. In a product liability case, there are three main theories under which a manufacturer can be held liable for an injury caused by its product. These theories include a design defect, a manufacturing defect, or a failure to warn. Read more

Scaffolding Accidents in New York

  New York law requires an owner, contractor or agency to provide proper safety devices to protect workers from the dangers associated with the risks of working at heights. This is true even if the worker is not an employee of the owner, contractor, or agency. Read more

Truck Maintenance Violations and Accidents

  When you hear about a truck accident in New York, you probably think that a negligent driver may have caused the accident. However, it is just as likely that a truck accident could be the result of a broken part or system on the truck that could have been discovered if the truck was receiving proper maintenance. Read more

Holding Private Bus Companies Accountable for Accidents

Accidents involving buses can lead to catastrophic injuries to passengers, pedestrians, and people in other vehicles. Many buses in New York are operated by private bus companies who provide tour and charter buses throughout the state. When there is a bus accident, it may seem evident that the negligence of the bus driver was the cause, but a bus company can also be held accountable. Read more