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Walking through New York City, it is not uncommon to be forced to walk under scaffolding through a construction site. There is the old joke that New York would be a great place if they ever finished building it. When it comes to the construction workers who are on the site, there are laws in place as to how they may …

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pedestrian don't walk signIn a previous blog post, we discussed the definition of negligence.  More often than not, negligence arises when a party acts without reasonable care.  Negligence can also be demonstrated, however, by a party’s failure to act.
What is Duty to Act
Under certain conditions, a party can be held liable for injuries sustained by the fact that he or she should …

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With Age, and Updated Regulations, Comes Trust
airbnbOne of the oldest businesses in the United States is the Seaside Inn in Kennebunk Beach, Maine.  Their website touts Nine Generations, and according to Wikipedia, they are the 6th oldest business and the oldest hotel in the United States having opened in 1667.
This is a family owned business that has seen a lot of change throughout this …

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A Tragic Accident in Schoharie, New York
On October 6th, 2018, a stretch limousine crashed just north of Schoharie, New York killing 20 people, including the driver, all 17 people in the limo and 2 pedestrians.  The New York State Department of Transportation had known about the issues with the car, previously ordering the car to be removed from service.  The owner did not comply …

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On February 25, 2015, Marc S. Albert was interviewed by PIX 11 correspondent Kirstin Cole at the PIX 11 News studio. The format of the interview was a Q&A in which PIX 11 viewers could send in questions for Mr. Albert on a variety of subjects in personal injury and medical malpractice law. The viewership response was overwhelming and some well thought out questions were posed to Mr. Albert.
A twenty minute segment was run by PIX 11 under the heading …

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