New York City Personal Injury Blog

Delayed Concussion Symptoms

Trauma to the head and neck can result in traumatic brain injuries, of which concussions are some of the most common. While you might think a concussion produces immediate symptoms, that’s not always the case. Therefore, getting medical care after an accident is key to getting the right treatment.  What Is a Concussion? A concussion… read more

Valsartan Lawsuit

Valsartan (Diovan) is a popular prescription drug used primarily to treat high blood pressure, strokes, congestive heart failure, and diabetic kidney disease. At one point, it was one of the most popular pharmaceuticals on the market.  In recent years, however, the popularity of Valsartan has waned due to the publicity surrounding thousands of lawsuits alleging… read more

Breaking Down Attorney-Client Privilege: What it Means and How it Can Affect Your NYC Case

Dealing with legal issues can be anxiety-inducing. You might not know where to turn for help or what to say to them. You might have sensitive information you wish to share, but you’re afraid it could wind up in the wrong hands or be used against you.  The attorney-client privilege is one of the most… read more

Has There Been an Elmiron Lawsuit Settlement Yet?

Elmiron (Pentosan Polysulfate Sodium) is a popular prescription medication that has been the subject of much litigation over the past few years. So much, in fact, that federal courts have consolidated thousands of lawsuits into multidistrict litigation (MDL).  Although plaintiffs have filed thousands of lawsuits alleging the harmful effects of Elmiron, legal analysts expect almost… read more

What To Do if You Are Injured on a Construction Site in New York, NY

Construction sites dot the New York City landscape. While they are vital to urban development, they also pose risks to workers and pedestrians. For example, injuries from falls or burns are common. You may wonder what to do if you are injured on a construction site in New York, NY. Fortunately, the construction accident attorneys… read more

How Much Is My Workers’ Comp Case Worth in NY?

Workers’ compensation is a workplace insurance program that you can use to compensate you for the economic consequences of most workplace accidents—medical expenses and lost earnings. It offers on-demand, weekly, and even lump sum benefits, depending on the circumstances.  The great advantage of workers’ compensation benefits is that you do not have to prove that… read more

At What Age Can Kids Sit in the Front Seat of a Car in New York?

Child safety is a concern on New York roads. As roads become busier, ensuring children are seated safely and correctly has never been more important. One of the most common questions we encounter is, “At what age can children sit in the front seat of a car in New York?”  Rosenbaum Personal Injury Lawyers’s car… read more

Why Should I Hire a Construction Accident Lawyer in New York? 

There are often construction projects and renovations taking place in New York. This can lead to hazardous conditions for workers, resulting in construction accidents.   The following are examples of construction accidents: If you are injured on a construction site, you should contact an experienced New York construction accident lawyer for assistance. We explain why below. … read more

What Are the Most Common Slip and Fall Injuries in NYC?

New York City is a city that has almost everything. You can find food from nearly every country in the world, vehicles ranging from 60-year-old VW bugs to the most recent Lamborghini, and buildings that date back to before the country existed. Amongst all those amazing charms, you will also find some very unpleasant things…. read more

Right-of-Way Laws in New York

Like any other state in the country, New York has its own particular set of statutes that govern the ownership and operation of motor vehicles within its jurisdiction.  These statutes, collectively known as the state’s Vehicle and Traffic laws, are sometimes informally referred to as New York’s “rules of the road.” Many of these rules… read more