Oct 21 2016

“Fixation Device” or “Foreign Object” Means You Have A Case Or Don’t

Statutes of limitations are time restrictions limiting the starting of lawsuits. A legitimate argument for having them is that over time, evidence is lost or becomes stale, and the memories of victims and witnesses fade. Thus, statutes of limitations force victims of negligence to speak now or forever hold their peace, so to speak. That […]

Apr 15 2016

When Email Is Evidence Of Continuous Treatment

Medical malpractice lawyers know that a lawsuit for medical, dental or podiatric malpractice must be commenced within two years and six months of the malpractice. Barring an exception or two, any case that is brought beyond this time limit will be dismissed. ¬†That is why this limit, memorialized in New York CPLR 214-a, is known […]

Feb 23 2016

What New York City Doesn’t Want You To Know About Medical Malpractice Claims

Sometimes it seems as if New York City pays out a lot of money, on a regular basis, in lawsuit recoveries. ¬† And recent headlines, such as this one, concerning the approximately $140 million dollars the City is expected to pay to injured firefighters, continue to keep that idea alive. But allow me to share […]

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