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Blog Posts in October, 2017

  • Happy Halloween From Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool, LLP!!!

    Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuhcs & Kool, LLP wish all of our friends and families a safe and happy Halloween. Please remember to pay special attention to your children so they can safely "Trick or Treat on this fun and festive day. A special thank you is necessary for our very own Tara Kelly who decorated the conference room seen above and truly is in the Halloween spirit. If you or a loved one have ...
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  • The T-Bone Collision

    Have you ever the expression that a car was "T-Boned" and wondered what it meant? A T-bone accident is one in which the front of a vehicle collides with the side of another vehicle. These collisions thus form the shape of a "T". Such accidents are also commonly referred to as "side impact" collisions or "broadside" type accidents, since the broad or long side of a vehicle is struck by another ...
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  • 10 Safety Tips to Prepare for a Safe Winter in New York

    Winter is that time of year which can bring its own unique circumstances that make accidents more likely and dangers more catastrophic. Of course, not all accidents are preventable, but there are steps that can be taken to minimize accidents and the potential impact on yourself and your family. Below are a list of 10 Safety Tips to prepare for the upcoming winter from the perspective of experts in ...
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  • Roof Collapse in Brooklyn Injures 6 Construction Workers - a Labor Law 240 Case?

    This morning, at approximately 9:47am, 6 construction workers were injured in Brooklyn when the roof they were working on collapsed to the basement of the Brownstone building. According to CBS New York , the workers were putting up cinder blocks on the roof when the collapse occurred. 6 workers were reported injured with 4 in serious condition. A roof collapse like the one described above could ...
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  • The Danger of Drones Colliding With Airplanes Becomes a Reality

    Just because something has not happened yet does not make it unlikely or not foreseeable. Worries about drones colliding with aircraft have been there for a long time now. Those worries became reality when a drone collided with a small commercial plane in Canada last week according to a report in the New York Post . This marks the first time in North America that such a collision has occurred ...
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  • Harvey Weinstein - Could The Weinstein Group Be Liable for His Sexual Harassment?

    The news recently has been filled with stories of the actions of famous movie producer, Harvey Weinstein. Various women accuse him of sexual harassment and assault claiming unwanted sexual advances and his use of the notorious "casting couch." According to various news reports, including People Magazine , numerous movie stars have made such accusations and Mr. Weinstein has reached private ...
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  • Top 5 Tips for New York Car Accident Victims

    Car accidents can have long term negative effects on injured individuals and their families. Victims of car accidents may face debilitating injuries, such as brain damage , burns, broken bones, amputations, and internal bleeding. The injuries suffered in car accidents may force the victims and their families to face a number of hardships, such as emotional and financial strain. In addition to ...
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  • Surveillance Video Tips and Thoughts for the Personal Injury Plaintiff

    Victims of negligence often ask if the defendants and their insurance companies have the right to follow them and videotape them in connection with personal injury lawsuits. They unquestionably do and it is imperative that plaintiffs in a personal injury lawsuit understand this and accept this as reality. Personal injury lawsuits often resolve for significant sums of money. An insurance company ...
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  • Social Media in Personal Injury Litigation - A Plaintiff's Guide

    Social Media in Personal Injury Litigation - A Plaintiff's Guide If you have recently become a plaintiff in a personal injury case please print these words out and read them everyday: “ANYTHING you say online can and WILL be used against you.” As the popularity of Facebook, Twitter, and other social media channels continue to grow, so does their usage in court cases... You are one post, share, ...
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