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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.
Bone fractures are a common result of being involved in a serious accident such as a car accident. Imagine being out on the town in the Utica area running errands and encountering a careless driver who chooses to run a stop sign slamming into the side of your car. The force of the car crash jolts your body causing your bones to break. The damage to your body impacts your life by not allowing you to work for months and now you're being told by doctors that you may never be able to do the activities you love without being in pain. A life altering experience that wasn't any of your fault. Learn more about the types of broken bones that can happen during an accident and if you qualify to file a lawsuit in our latest blog.
Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | June 2, 2018
Winter is finally gone and spring is here in Central New York! Not only will there be more vehicles on the road enjoying a nice drive and traveling on vacations, but the spring also means it is time to bring out that motorcycle! There is a large motorcycle rider presence here in Utica, as there are many local places great for riding. There is no feeling like riding on two wheels on the open road, but safety is a valid concern for riders.
Imagine if your child was enjoying a sunny day on the playground and all of a sudden your child is attacked by a dog. A relaxing day just turned into an instant nightmare. New York State dog bite law can be a confusing matter. In our latest blog learn more about New York State’s dog bite law, the common types of injuries that could occur, how to determine if you have a potential dog bite lawsuit case, and what you should do.
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Imagine if you were simply walking back to your car after picking up a gift for your loved one. You looked both ways before crossing and suddenly are struck by a car that came out of nowhere. The driver was not paying attention, sending a Snap to one of their friends and you now are paying the high price of a spinal cord injury that will impact your life forever. If this happens to you, you should contact an experienced personal injury lawyer for help. Learn more about what they can do for you in our latest blog from the personal injury lawyers at Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi & Pearlman.
Over 4600 construction worker's lives were taken in 2016 due to construction site accidents. OSHA creates safety standards to try to make the work place a safe environment. If these safety rules are followed, many of these construction workers would be alive today. Unfortunately a large percentage of construction sites when inspected are discovered to be in violation of OSHA safety standards. In our latest blog learn how construction employers can prevent work site accidents. If you or a loved one was injured due to their employer failing to take these precautions, contact our office today. We can help.
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