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Medical Malpractice

Statute of Limitations For Filing a Medical Malpractice Claim in New York State

Medical malpractice victims typically must file claims within 2 years and 6 months of the incident. However, there are certain exceptions to this statute of limitations, such as cases involving cancer misdiagnosis, foreign objects, and more. Call an attorney to learn more.

Personal Injury

Avoid These 3 Common Mistakes Following an Auto Accident

The aftermath of an auto accident can be disorienting, but don’t jeopardize your personal injury claim by admitting fault, failing to contact the police, or waiting too long to take action. Call an experienced attorney right away to discuss your options for pursuing compensation.

Personal Injury

Personal Injuries in the Workplace: What You Need to Know

If you suffer a serious workplace injury, you have the option to pursue a third-party lawsuit against the entity that failed to ensure your safety. Talk to a skilled personal injury attorney to learn more about your options for obtaining compensation following a workplace injury.

Employment Discrimination

3 Signs That You May Have Been a Victim of Employment Discrimination

It can be hard to definitively say whether you’ve been the victim of employment discrimination. If you’re a member of a protected class and your employer has taken adverse action against you, talk to an experienced attorney to discuss your options.

Medical Malpractice

Filing a Medical Malpractice Claim for Birth-Related Injury in New York

If your child was injured during the birthing process due to the negligent actions of a medical worker, you may be able to pursue a medical malpractice claim to obtain the compensation and peace of mind you deserve. Contact a skilled attorney to discuss your options.