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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim?

Wrongful death claims typically occur when a person dies as a result of another person or party’s negligence. These legal actions must be filed by a person who acts as a representative of survivors who suffer as a result of the death of their loved one (most commonly the decedent’s family members). Often, the person… Read More »

Why You Should Collect Witness Information After a Car Accident

While speaking to witnesses might be one of the last things on your mind after a car accident, doing so can actually be helpful to a future injury case. So many car accident cases come down to pitting one driver’s word against the other’s, so having a witness available could provide some much-needed third-party insight… Read More »

FAA Investigates Potentially Faulty Parachute in Skydiving Accident

After a man died in a skydiving accident on July 30, 2014, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reportedly launched an investigation into whether his parachute was properly packed and deployed. Gary Messina, a 25-year old New York City corrections officer, was killed in the accident, and his instructor, Christopher Scott, was seriously injured. The FAA… Read More »

Brooklyn Hospital Fined for Failure to Create Safe Work Environment

Brookdale University Hospital in Brooklyn has been fined $78,000 after a federal investigation uncovered that the facility was failing to provide sufficient protection to its employees from falling equipment and patients exhibiting violent tendencies. An investigation by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) found that from just February to May of 2014, more than… Read More »