Dec 27 2008

Perils of Colonoscopy Prep, Electronic Medical Records Update, and Cold-hearted Insurers

Nobody looks forward to a colonoscopy, but based on anecdotal evidence, the preparation is usually worse than the procedure.  Consuming large amounts of drugs that expel every last bit of waste from your colon so that your physician can get the unobstructed views necessary for the procedure is simply not fun. But, did you know [...]

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Dec 19 2008

Notice Provided By Big Apple Pothole Map Called Into Question

According to yesterday’s City Room blog in the NY Times, the Big Apple Pothole Map may be going the way of the dinosaurs.  Apparently, the Court of Appeals ruled in two cases yesterday that the map did not provide sufficient notice to allow claims resulting from slip and fall accidents to go forward.  The problem, according [...]

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Dec 19 2008

Law for a SNOW DAY

Welcome to TNYMMLB’s SNOW DAY EDITION.  Today, we talk about, what else, snow. What is a landowner’s duty to those who might walk by or through his land when there is a snow storm?  The Appellate Division, First Department wrote on this as recently as December 9, 2008, in Espinell v. Disckson, NY Slip Op [...]

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