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I Was a Passenger In a Lyft Accident- What Now?

Ridesharing services like Lyft have become a staple in New York City’s transportation network. They offer convenience and affordability, but what happens when your ride turns unexpectedly towards an accident? As a passenger involved in a Lyft accident, knowing your rights and the steps to…

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What Happens When You File a Complaint Against a Police Officer

Filing a complaint against a police officer in New York City is designed to address misconduct and ensure accountability within the NYPD. While filing a complaint can be daunting, understanding the steps involved and what to expect can help you navigate the process more effectively.…

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How Much Can You Sue a School for Negligence?

Schools bear a significant responsibility when it comes to ensuring the safety of students' safety. Unfortunately, accidents and incidents of negligence do happen, leaving families grappling with the consequences. Understanding the potential compensation is crucial if you or your child has suffered due to a…

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How Does No Win, No Fee Work With Lawyers?

In the landscape of legal services, one term you might often hear is "no win, no fee." This concept, also known as a contingency fee arrangement, is particularly prevalent in personal injury cases but can be found across various legal fields. At Greenberg Law P.C.…

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The Dangers of Strollers

As a general rule, parents find strollers to be exceptionally useful. There is no better option when transporting young children from one place to another. Despite this, strollers come with potential dangers. Awareness of the hazards and how to mitigate them is requisite for keeping…

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Serious Car Accident Injuries That Limit Mobility

Serious car accidents can have profound and lasting effects on individuals. One repercussion can be a lack of mobility. This can have direct effects on a person’s ability to work, socialize, travel and do many other things. Traumatic brain injuries Traumatic brain injuries can lead…

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Who is Liable for a Slip-and-Fall Accident in a Parking Lot?

It is not uncommon for individuals to slip, fall and injure themselves while going about everyday activities. This includes walking in parking lots. Numerous factors can contribute to such incidents, from the clothes they are wearing to their physical state. An important factor is the…

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How To Prevent Car Accidents in Winter Driving

Winter brings its own set of challenges for drivers, with icy roads, snow and decreased visibility often leading to a higher risk of accidents. The Federal Highway Administration reported that there are almost 500,000 car accidents every year due to wet roads, winter storms and…

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Falls Cause More Than 85% of Fractures in 65 and Over

For Americans 65 and over, fractures are often the result of a simple fall. The connection between falls and fractures in this demographic is a significant public health concern, as many of these injuries occur due to environmental factors. Understanding the risk factors and addressing…

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New York In Top 10 Worst States For Distracted Driving

In New York, the battle against distracted driving rages on, positioning the state among the nation’s worst offenders in this category. The city that never sleeps struggles when it comes to maintaining focus on the road. The statistics paint a grim picture, highlighting the urgent…

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