How serious are repetitive stress injuries?

Though workplace injuries are often associated with the severe accidents commonly seen in factory jobs, New York office workers like you aren’t exempt. In fact, it’s the office worker who often suffers from repetitive stress injuries, which can be quite debilitating. Medical News Today reports that repetitive stress injuries, also known as repetitive strain injuries… read more

Drunk driving deaths a continual problem

For several decades now, New York residents have benefited from the knowledge shared with them by advocacy groups like Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Organizations like MADD have worked tirelessly to spread the word about just how dangerous it is to operate a motor vehicle after consuming alcohol. At the same time, laws have become stronger… read more

Thrills, chills and action sport accidents

It is a form of exercise, a popular sport and a way of life. It is also a common cause of traumatic brain injuries. Skateboarding has long been a favorite pastime for individuals young and old, but the risks that come with the activity can be devastating. And while helmet use is encouraged in all action sports, it… read more

Medical malpractice lawsuits in New York

Medical malpractice is the worst fear of many, and a nightmare for those who have experienced it. Although human error is a natural part of life, why do so many of those mistakes happen within one of the most widely trusted institutions? There may not be an answer to this complicated question, but some studies show… read more

Are New York buses as safe as we think?

For those living in big cities such as New York, buses are an everyday part of life. City dwellers rely on these modes of transportation for various personal and business reasons, as oftentimes buses are ideal in highly congested areas where traffic creates delays. Unfortunately, these buses sometimes do not operate as planned. One bus… read more