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The new school year has arrived here in Central NY and many children will be participating in fall spots such as football and soccer. Did you know that in New York State, about 4,000 children aged 19 and under are treated for sports-related traumatic brain injuries in hospitals every year? Learn 10 tips on how as a parent you can help keep your children safe and prevent sports injuries in our latest blog from the personal injury lawyers at Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi & Pearlman.
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September is here and school has started in the Utica and Syracuse areas. Excited children will be racing to catch the school bus and drivers need to stay alert. In the latest blog from the personal injury lawyers at Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi & Pearlman learn 10 safety tips that will help you avoid a back to school car accident this fall.
It’s Labor Day weekend in Central New York marking the end of summer is right around the corner. School starts next week in the Utica and Syracuse areas, the weather is about to get cooler, and the majority of New Yorkers will be celebrating this weekend with friends and family. Learn how you can have a safe, fun Labor Day and avoid a premises liability lawsuit this Labor Day in our latest blog from the personal injury lawyers at Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi and Pearlman.
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Fidgit spinners are the latest crazy as many children are begging their parents to purchase them one. But the question many parents have is "Are they safe?". There are incidents that are happening across the country where children are being injured by these devices and the manufacturers are not warning people of possible hazards. If you are thinking about purchasing a fidgit spinner or know that your children are playing with them, read the latest blog from the personal injury lawyers at Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi & Pearlman to learn of the possible dangers.
During the warmer months, many Central New Yorkers like riding ATVs. Though ATVs are fun for recreational use all riders should be familiar with their safety to prevent being injured in an accident. New York is one of the top ten states for ATV accidents, many of which could have been prevented. Learn more on how to ride an ATV safely and how to prevent an ATV accident in the latest blog from the personal injury lawyers at Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi & Pearlman.
Recently in June Lavern’s Law was passed by the New York State legislature. Lavern’s Law is beneficial to all New Yorkers as it changes the timeline of the medical malpractice statute of limitations from the time of the misdiagnosis to the time of discovery for cancer patients. This gives cancer sufferers more time to file for a medical malpractice lawsuit if their physician misdiagnoses their illness. Learn more on how Lavern’s Law can help you in the latest blog from the personal injury lawyers at Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi & Pearlman.
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