Staying Safe While Cycling in New York

Cycling has become an increasingly common way to get around New York City, but even with all of the added bike lanes, it can be dangerous. To protect themselves from negligent drivers, cyclists must observe safety rules to the letter since they compete with both pedestrians and motor vehicles on the streets of New York City. Read more

Hurt in a Fall—Now What?

Were you walking when you suddenly fell and injured yourself due to a broken sidewalk or other dangerous condition?  Were you injured on the job, or while delivering a package to someone’s home? Were you shopping when you fell on a dangerous or damaged floor? There are many ways to have a slip-and-fall accident, including falls as a result of: Read more

Breast Cancer Detection Law Signed

Good news for New Yorkers!  Our State signed into law an important new measure to help promote early detection and treatment of breast cancer. The new law, which will take effect in 180 days,  will provide women with important information they need to make decisions regarding their health.   Read more

Protect Your Family Before An Accident

  Being injured in an auto accident is traumatic, but that trauma can be magnified if there is insufficient insurance to compensate you for your injuries. You can protect yourself and your family by being smart about your own coverage before an accident by purchasing sufficient uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage. Although the law prohibits driving without insurance, there are unfortunately drivers who ignore that law Read more