Jun 13 2014

Medical Malpractice: The Clock is Ticking

It sounds unfair, and arguably, it is. But, there are strict time limits on when you can file a medical malpractice lawsuit, and unless you are a lawyer who specializes in the area, or you are someone who is unfortunate enough to have already been through a medical malpractice lawsuit, you would have no idea […]

May 4 2014

What New York’s Business Community Doesn’t Want You To Know About The Scaffold Law

New York’s Scaffold Law, Labor Law Section 240 and its related statutes, is a hot-button issue again, pitting those needing compensation for often life-changing injuries against the so-called tort reformers, who believe the laws are too favorable to victims of construction site negligence. Here is a voice that expresses a view “from the trenches,” and […]

Apr 3 2014

Improve Work/Life Balance With Volunteering

Volunteering can have positive effects on your personal life, as well as your work life. Once a week, I participate in an ongoing volunteer project as an after-school reading buddy. Created by JCY Westchester Community Partners, a charitable organization based in Yonkers, our reading buddy group consists of 10 or so volunteers who meet with […]

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