What To Do After a Car Accident

Experience has shown us that often our clients are involved in a car accident and later on realize that had they things differently at the scene, things would’ve turned out differently. Here are some practical, simple suggestions: Make sure it is absolutely safe...

What is a deposition?

At some point in a case, there will be depositions. A deposition, or in New York, it is sometimes called a examination before trial, or EBT, is a question and answer session. The lawyers get to question the other parties, and sometimes witnesses, about what they know...

Will my case go to trial?

Once the lawsuit is filed, the idea is to move the case ahead as quickly as possible, ultimately to reach a trial. Although it is a statistical fact that most cases do settle before trial, we have found that we get the best results dor our clients by preparing every...

Deadlines and Statutes of Limitation

Every case involves some kind of deadline. You should not assume you have all the time in the world to decide whether or not you want to go ahead with a case. Here are some important deadlines to be aware of in New York. Please note this is for general information and...

A Recent Medical Malpractice Case

We have been successful in numerous cases involving medical malpractice, one that we are proud of, is a case we recently resolved in court which involved an emergency room misdiagnosis and the failure to provide proper care to our client. Initially, our client, a 45...