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I’ve been injured: What should I do now?

Suffering a personal injury is difficult not only because of physical pain, but because of the often-complicated legal process that may follow. The moments immediately following a personal injury are often full of adrenaline, pain and confusion. The days, weeks and months following the injury may be spent navigating a complex legal system in order to receive compensation for your injury.

Are you worried about driverless cars being hacked?

A recent survey found that the majority of American drivers don't expect autonomous vehicles to be on the road within the next 20 years. That may not be an accurate view, as self-driving vehicles have already in development, but the survey also found that Americans are unconvinced about the vehicles' safety.

Road deaths leveling off so far this year, still far too high

The National Safety Council has issued a preliminary estimate of the number of traffic fatalities so far in 2017. The good news is that the number is down 1 percent over last year's number from the same period. The unfortunate news is that the U.S. is still recovering from the highest two-year increase since at least 1964. That leaves us with an 8-percent higher death rate in the first half of this year than the same period in 2015.

What to do after an accident

Accidents happen every day, at work, school or even while you are just strolling down the sidewalk in Buffalo. Often, they happen because of someone else's negligence. When you suffer an injury because another individual was careless or reckless, like a distracted driver, you should not have to bear the burden of high medical expenses, lost damages and the repairs to your own vehicle. If the other driver had decided it was more important to text while driving, you would not have a broken arm, whiplash and a strained back.

4 tips for ladder safety

As a construction worker, you have been on your share of ladders. You have even had a few narrow escapes. You have also heard about those that were not so lucky. Workplace-related injuries can happen when you least expect them. Fortunately, you can take precautions to limit your risk. However, regardless of the level of safety you practice, some accidents are completely unavoidable.

6 key car accident statistics

You know how common car accidents are, but you still get on the road every day to drive to work. As a young professional, just 25 years old and starting your career, you don't usually worry about it. You've never been in a serious accident, and, even though you see the news reports every day, you don't think it will happen to you.

  1. Personal Injury

    A client settled their case against a homeowner for $275,000 for a fractured leg with surgery as a result of a fall from a ladder while assisting the homeowner install a second floor ladder.

  2. Wills, Trusts, Estates

    An estate received $57,500 in a wrongful death case involving a defective medical alert device.

  3. Personal Injury

    A client was injured while pulling a hamper with a defective handle which resulted in cervical herniation which then required surgery. The client settled the claim against the hamper owner for $495,000.

  4. Criminal Law

    A man was accused of aggravated animal cruelty for shooting his dog acquitted of all charges.

  5. Criminal Law

    The defense counsel asserted constitutional rights so that no charges were brought against a store owner for tax evasion.

  6. Business, Corporate and Employment Law

    We successfully collected thousands of dollars for a company on a breach of contract issue.

  7. Personal Injury

    A woman received $83,750 for a right knee injury she sustained due to the negligence of a local restaurant and bar.

  8. Criminal Law

    Our counsel successfully suppressed evidence in State Court from an improper search of a residence.

  9. Personal Injury

    A victim of a rear end accident settled with the defendant for $25,000 and then resolved a SUM claim for an additional $200,000 as a result of cervical disc herniations with a recommendation of surgery.

  10. Criminal Law

    A man was acquitted of Driving While Intoxicated and all other charges. The defense showed that the people failed to prove the operation of the motor vehicle.

  11. Criminal Law

    A Niagara Falls resident was accused of murdering a man shot outside his home and with whom he had previous fight and was acquitted on all charges.

  12. Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability

    A man received a $2.4 million settlement for pain and suffering, and lost wages due to a work-related accident.

  13. Criminal Law

    A man’s charges for Aggravated Harassment were dismissed when the defense counsel moved to dismiss charges for insufficient paperwork.

  14. Personal Injury

    A man obtained a settlement of $1.8 million when he lost his wife due to the administering of the wrong prescription.

  15. Personal Injury

    A woman received $100,000 for a neck injury she sustained in a motor vehicle accident.

  16. Personal Injury

    A woman was awarded $115,000 for head and neck injuries she sustained in a motor vehicle accident.

  17. Personal Injury

    A woman received a $250,000 settlement from a slip and fall at a rental property where she injured her back.

  18. Personal Injury

    A woman received $62,000 for a neck injury she sustained due to the negligence of a commercial property owner.

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