Hundreds of speed cameras in New York City have turned off permanently across the five boroughs, creating serious debates as to the safety of the new proposal.
A Decline in the Number of Traffic Deaths in New York
New York has experienced a significant decline in the amount of traffic related injuries in this year. Thanks to increase safety with motorcyclist legislation the public has seen only 81 deaths in the first six months, compared to the average of 125 in New York.
How to Stay Safe In the Summer Heat
The summertime is the best time to relax with friends or family, soak up some Vitamin D, or hang out in the pool. However, the summer heat become a serious threat if caution isn't exercised.
Dorot's 42nd Annual Spring Benefit
Partner Bruce Raskin served Thanksgiving dinner to several hundreds of elderly people and their helpers with the Dorot organization...
Giving Back For The Thanksgiving Holiday
Senior partner Bruce Raskin volunteered in serving Thanksgiving Meals to well over 500 elderly attendees at the Annual Dorot Dinner.
Alternatives to Workers Compensation for Accident Claims
If you have been injured on the job, you may think that the only compensation you have coming is from your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance.
MTA Subway Train Derailment in Queens Injures 19
An MTA subway train derailment in Queens today has injured 19 people and forced hundreds of other passengers to evacuate, according to a news report.
Product Liability: FDA Investigating Risks in Approved Testosterone Products
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a Safety Announcement, saying that the agency is investigating the risk of stroke, heart attack and death from FDA-approved testosterone products, including Androgel, Androderm, Axiron, Bio-T-Gel, Delastryl and others.
Latino Workers Disproportionately Likely to be Injured in Construction Accidents in NYC
A review of government statistics from the last eight years demonstrates not only that Latino workers represent a much higher percentage of all workers in the construction industry than their share of the total New York City population...
New York Statute of Limitations for Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit
Every state has its own statute of limitations to file a personal injury lawsuit. If you have been injured and want to file a claim, you must do so within the timeframes set by New York law for each classification of injury.