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Returning to work after suffering a brain injury

After having suffered a traumatic brain injury and worked your way through the recovery process, on if your first goals may be to return to work. If you are able to do so, count yourself fortunate; many of those that we here at Rosenbaum and Rosenbaum, P.C. have worked with after sustaining similar injuries are never able to resume their careers. Yet few brain injuries fail to produce at least some lasting effects. These problems may affect your ability to do your job in the same manner you once did. Is an employer required to by sympathetic of that?

When play time places your child at risk

New York children are like most others who enjoy getting new toys from their parents. The types of toys available in stores seems endless, with new products arriving on shelves nearly every day, and advanced technology allowing toy manufacturers to offer highly complex games and devices that keep children (and many adults) entertained. You no doubt try to keep your child as safe as possible where toys are concerned. However, that's sometimes impossible, especially if an accident occurs because a toy was defective.

Several snack bar companies recall products for listeria scare

The general assumption amongst most in Manhattan may be that when products are recalled, it is solely due to problems or errors committed by the manufacturer. In reality, oftentimes manufacturers are as blindsided by recalls as consumers may be. If and when there is problem with one of the components of their products, they are forced to issue recalls. Consumers might not distinguish between a manufacturer and a supplier, thus damaging the reputation of a manufacturer for a problem it may have not been responsible for. In this situation, the suppliers who provided the tainted components could not face liability claims from consumers, but from distribution partners, as well.

Court rules against states damages cap in malpractice case

When people hear of medical malpractice lawsuits in New York, they may be quick to dismiss them as money grabs be bitter patients who were not happy with their medical services. In reality, however, the potential for people to use such action as a vehicle to earn millions of dollars is often limited as many states put a cap on the amount of economic or non-economic damages one can be awarded in a malpractice lawsuit. While this may keep healthcare providers from having to pay inordinate amounts for their malpractice insurance coverage, the ones who may really suffer from such legislation are those patients whose issues warrant significant compensation.

Standing up for victims of nursing home abuse

When you place a loved one in a New York nursing home, it is with the expectation that he or she will receive quality care and medical attention. It can be frustrating and infuriating to learn that instead of those things, your loved one has experienced mistreatment and abuse. Your family has the right to stand up for your elderly loved one and fight back against nursing home abuse of all kinds.

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