Becoming a Smarter Patient

By | April 27, 2017

What we don’t know can hurt us. This is especially true when it comes to our health. The less we understand about our health – the medicines we take, the conditions we might have, the care we receive – the more likely we are to make decisions that aren’t in our best interest, ones that might even be… Read More »

How to Prove a Premises Liability Case In New York

By | April 27, 2017

When someone enters a place of business – a salon, a supermarket, a restaurant – they don’t expect to be leaving on a stretcher. It’s an unspoken agreement between a consumer and a business owner. If it were spoken, it would go something like this: “I will frequent your establishment if you guard my personal safety while I… Read More »

Busting some Common Misconceptions about Spousal Support

By | April 25, 2017

The process of divorce is become more and more  commonplace in today’s society. According to the most recent data from the CDC, in the U.S. we currently have a total divorce rate of 3.2 per 1,000 population. And with each divorce case there are several hotly-contested elements to fight over, including asset division, child custody and support, prenuptials,… Read More »

Why Consumers are Vulnerable to Dangerous Chemicals

By | April 25, 2017

Years ago, in a place far, far away, people were exposed to dangerous chemicals in everyday products. Children were exposed to lead paint in their toys. Houses were filled with asbestos. This distant past was virtually a Wild West for consumers, and any given product could contain a hazardous material. Thank goodness those days are gone for good.… Read More »

Beyond Football – Our Children Face Many Brain Injury Risks

By | April 24, 2017

For roughly three decades, football has been the game of choice for sports fans in the United States. Between professional and college football, over 40 percent of all sports enthusiasts put pigskin at the top of their list of favorite sports.

What to do After a Workplace Injury

By | April 19, 2017

In the United States, the private sector reported around 3 million non-fatal workplace injuries and illnesses in 2015. That’s the equivalent of the entire population of Mississippi. Workplace injuries are surprisingly common in the U.S., and they often leave workers to wonder what they should do next.

Claiming Compensation for a Work Place Personal Injury

By | April 19, 2017

Taking time off work to help you recover from injuries suffered at your place of work can be a difficult time, and not for the reasons you’d think. Taking time off work to recover can in the longer term cause your monthly income to be reduced. This then causes money worries and the stress that then follows because… Read More »

What to Expect When Challenging a Will

By | April 18, 2017

A will is the document by which we carry out final decisions, but what happens if the integrity of that document is in doubt, or if descendants question the mental capacity of the maker of the will? These are tough questions that ultimately can lead to a will contest. A will challenge is the legal process by which… Read More »

What are Good Samaritan Laws?

By | April 18, 2017

On Halloween night in 2004, Alexandra Van Horn, Lisa Torti, and some friends decided to go out to a bar near Northridge, California for some drinks. On the way home, Van Horn and Torti were in two different cars, and the driver of Van Horn’s car lost control and crashed into a light pole at approximately 45 miles… Read More »

Occupational Heat Illnesses: How They Happen, How to Avoid Them and Who is Responsible

By | April 17, 2017

Have you ever been driving in your air-conditioned car on a hot summer day and seen a construction worker toiling away in 90-degree heat? You probably wondered how someone could work in those grueling conditions for so long and not get deathly ill.