Was Your Child Injured At School? What You Need To Know About Negligent Supervision Cases

If your child has suffered an injury at school, you may have a claim based on negligent supervision. Schools and daycare facilities have an affirmative duty to properly supervise children left in their care. When a parent leaves their child at school, under NY law the school stands in the shoes of the parent, and is the child’s de facto guardian.  As such they have a duty to ensure the child’s safety and well being. Read more

Lead Poisoning – The NYC Housing Authority Scandal That Shocked The City

Recently, residents of New York City’s public housing system discovered that, for nearly four years, the New York City Housing Authority had failed to conduct lead paint inspections mandated by federal rules and city law. Even more shocking was that NYCHA filed a false report with the federal government in October 2016, certifying that the Housing Authority had conducted lead paint inspections, although city officials knew otherwise. Read more

Laws That Motorcycle Riders Must Know

Motorcycle riders are at greater risk of serious injury than the operators of automobiles since they are directly exposed to other vehicles and the road itself. To operate a motorcycle in New York requires a Class M or MJ Operator’s License or Learner’s Permit. Read more