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February 2018 Archives

Student suffered brain injury during after-school program

Many New York residents and others around the country have their children in after-school programs. These programs engage students in a variety of activities after school is done until parents are finished with their work days. One father was shocked to discover that his son had suffered a brain injury while participating in one of these programs.

Slip-and-fall lawsuit filed after incident with peanut shells

Accidents can occur at places of business in New York or anywhere around the country for a variety of reasons. Spills may not have been adequately cleaned up or materials may not have been stored properly, thus causing someone to fall. In other cases, weather conditions may have created hazardous situations. A restaurant in another state is facing a slip-and-fall lawsuit after a patron had an accident involving peanut shells.

Car accidents: 1 dead, 3 injured after crash with drunk driver

Drinking and driving in New York or anywhere around the nation is a bad combination. Car accidents are more likely to occur when drivers are impaired due to alcohol consumption. A recent crash involving a drunk driver left one person dead and two others injured.

Mother claims son suffered brain injury from playing youth sports

Millions of children participate in youth football programs in New York and throughout the country. Parents have traditionally encouraged participation in activities like these to foster teamwork, learn discipline and acquire skills. However, concerns at every level of play are becoming more prevalent as the long-term effects of concussions are debated. The mother of a participant in a popular youth sports' league has brought a lawsuit against the organization, claiming her son suffered a brain injury due to their negligence.

Construction workers' accidents: Man dead after fall on site

The construction industry in New York is a multi-billion dollar business, with new facilities of every size being built. Workers on construction sites must routinely work in hazardous conditions, such as extreme weather or high altitudes. While companies certainly have extensive safety measures in place, construction workers' accidents still occur. A worker at a Manhattan job site recently died after falling in an elevator shaft.

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