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The Importance of Witnesses After a Car Accident

When you file your car accident claim with an insurance company, one of the first questions you’re likely to hear is, “were there any witnesses to the accident aside from the drivers?” This is because in just about every accident case, each driver involved will have a different version of the way the events occurred…. Read More »

Statistics Reveal the Frequency of Nursing Home Abuse

It is often said that nursing home abuse and elder abuse are growing problems in the United States, with abuse occurring at much higher rates than the average person would expect. Recent investigations present some statistics that show just how common these crimes truly are.   For context in these statistics, the 2010 census indicated… Read More »

Long Island Teen Sues Grandfather Over Wrongful Death Settlement

A teenager from Long Island recently filed a lawsuit against her grandfather, alleging that he stole millions of dollars that she inherited from her late father in wrongful death compensation. Gary Eriksen, the father of the deceased and paternal grandfather of the child filing the suit, is accused of cutting his granddaughter out of the… Read More »

Drunk Driver Kills One in Suffolk County Car Accident

An alleged drunk driver caused a recent collision involving three cars in Commack. The crash resulted in the death of a 42-year-old-man and injuries to the drunk driver.  According to information provided by the Suffolk County police, Louis Muicela was driving in his jeep heading north on Commack Road when he struck a Lincoln Town… Read More »

New York Construction Accident Sends Two Workers to Hospital

Two construction workers were trapped recently when the trench they were working in at a Rye, New York home collapsed. They were buried chest-deep in dirt for 90 minutes before rescue workers were able to free them. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, a division of the U.S. Department of Labor, has launched an investigation… Read More »