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June 2015 Archives

Many medical malpractice victims are denied the chance to sue

As in other states, New York law puts a time limit on how long victims of medical malpractice may wait before suing the offending physician. This is known as the statute of limitations. One reason for statutes of limitations is that, once too much time has passed, important evidence may be lost or damaged, and witness’ memories may be faded.

Contemplating ways to lower teen crash rates

It is widely understood that teens face a greater risk of dying in a crash during the first year they are licensed drivers than at any other point in their careers as motorists. As a result, auto manufacturers, safety organizations and lawmakers at both the federal and state levels are consistently searching for new ways to protect novice drivers.

Before you sign your child's camp liability waiver

Many New Yorkers opt to send their children to camp for part or all of the summer. This decision is quite understandable. Not only is the city intensely hot during the summer, but summer affords children the opportunity to get outside and play as much as possible. It is far easier to play in a camp setting than it is in many parts of the city. If your child is headed off to camp in the coming days and weeks, don’t forget to pack sunscreen, to update your contact information with the camp and to look over the camp’s liability waiver carefully.

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