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We believe in being an information source for the communities we serve by providing information on how to prevent being a victim of an accident in the Utica, Syracuse and Watertown NY areas. Learn about various personal injury topics and what to do if you've been seriously injured by the careless actions of another. Our goal is to keep the people of  Central New York safe and help when our experience is needed.


Child sexual Abuse and the New York State child victims act

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | February 22, 2019


The work of survivors, for survivors. New York State recently took an important first step in helping to end the silence and inaction surrounding this very troubling topic and begin a cultural shift towards healing and justice for so many victims. On February 14, 2019, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed The Child Victims Act into law that will allow thousands of New Yorkers who were abused as children to be able to seek justice and have access to the courts to do so. It also changes the statute of limitations for both criminal and civil child sexual abuse cases in New York State. This blog post explains the new Child Victims Act and what it means for child sexual abuse survivors in New York State.



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Boating Safety: Top 10 Essentials You Need On Your Boat In NY

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | August 25, 2018


The beautiful lakes, rivers, and reservoirs in the Utica, Syracuse, Watertown and Binghamton areas are perfect weekend escapes if you own a boat. But to avoid a boating accident we have compiled a list of the top 10 essentials you should have aboard your boat before you hit the water. Learn what these items are and what to do if you find yourself in a boating accident from the experienced boating accident lawyers at Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi & Pearlman in this blog.

The Dangers Of Hernia Mesh Complications For New Yorkers

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | August 18, 2018


700,000 hernia repairs are carried out in the United States each year. A hernia occurs when tissue or organs bulge through a tear or weak area in a muscle wall. It typically involves the stomach or intestine. Individuals undergo a hernia repair with mesh surgery to mend damaged muscle walls and it is believed to lower the chance of the hernia returning. However, this surgical mesh can lead to infections and other life-threatening complications.  Learn more about the risks associated with hernia mesh implant surgery and the mesh lawsuit in our latest blog from the personal injury lawyers Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi & Pearlman.

The Risks Of Having Vaginal Mesh Implant Surgery In New York

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | July 13, 2018


Women in Central New York that have received surgery to implant transvaginal mesh, pelvic mesh or a bladder sling to treat urinary incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse may experience severe side effects as a result of the surgery. If you had the surgery and are suffering you may be eligible for compensation. Learn more about the risks associated with vaginal mesh implant surgery and the mesh lawsuit in our latest blog from the personal injury lawyers Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi & Pearlman.


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