Attorney Marc Albert Sitting at a Desk
PROVEN RESULTS. PERIOD. FIGHTING FOR THE RIGHTS OF INJURED CLIENTS FOR OVER 20 YEARS
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For the entirety of his 25-year career, Marc S. Albert has prepared each and every case as if it will ultimately go to trial.  While the vast majority of personal injury and medical malpractice cases do settle, Marc has always felt that showing the defendants and their insurance carriers that he is ready to take his cases all the way to a …

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Subway Train in New York at SunsetAs the old song goes, in New York City, The Bronx is up, but the Battery is down. More accurately, the northernmost part of New York City the Wakefield section of the Bronx, and the southern tip is Ward’s Point in the Tottenville section of Staten Island.
The New York City Subway System is Vast
Wakefield also happens …

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distracted drivingDistracted driving has led to 80% of the accidents on the roads in New York.  The statistic is according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Board for the calendar year of 2017.  Distracted driving covers a lot of ground, including driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.  Distracted driving also includes those that are driving while they are on their …

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It has certainly been a wet December, and there is still more wet stuff to come.  We have been lucky so far that there has been little snow and that the temps have been hovering above freezing, so there is little ice on the roads and the sidewalks. The bad news is that we still have plenty of winter to go with the coldest …

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Autumn Sidewalk in New YorkThe 2019 Baseball season is in the books with the title going to the Washington Nationals.  The Nationals won their first championship of the history of the franchise.  It took all seven games beat the Houston Astros.  There was also an interesting footnote to the 2019 World Series.  It was the first time in history that the road …

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Autumn is here and with the cooler season comes conditions
that can make driving hazardous.  Fall
doesn’t have the snow of winter or the driving rain of spring, but leaves,
frost, and the timing of the sunrise and sunset present their own dangers on
the road.

Leaves Can Be Pretty and Dangerous

Across Long Island, most of the trees are just now starting to change color.  There are some trees that have already started to shed the foliage dropping leaves on the streets and sidewalks …

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In New York City, residential property owners are responsible for keeping the sidewalks adjoining their property clean from any sort of debris. This responsibility extends from the sidewalk to the curb, and 18 inches into the street. From the standpoint of the New York City Department of Sanitation, this does not mean that you have to stand over your property 24-hours a …

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New York State Labor Law 240 and 241, more commonly known as the Scaffold Law, was first passed in 1885. The Scaffold Law protects workers from gravity-related injuries while working at high elevations without the proper safety equipment. When New York passed this law, it was cutting edge legislation. The even preceded the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or worker’s …

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