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Does Federal Law Surpass NY State Workers’ Compensation Law

Does Federal Law Surpass NY State Workers’ Compensation Law

Jun. 17, 2021 by

Many people are afraid to commence a workers’ compensation claim due to immigration status.  In New York, the law does not discriminate.  Even if your legal status is in question, you still can qualify for workers’ compensation benefits.  Many insurance

A legal course of action after a Dog Bite

A legal course of action after a Dog Bite

May. 21, 2021 by

There are over 4.5 million people who suffer dog bite attacks every year.  In 2018, there were roughly 76 million dogs in the U.S. Every household on average had, 1.6 dogs. This can suggest a higher number of bites for

Why does it take so long to settle construction accident cases?

Why does it take so long to settle construction accident cases?

May. 21, 2021 by

A popular belief is that construction-related lawsuits are widespread in the United States. There’s a running joke of an American’s favourite attire being a “lawsuit”, referring to the large number of cases filed each year in the country, many of

How do Foreign Law Students Tackle the Bar Exam in the United States?

How do Foreign Law Students Tackle the Bar Exam in the United States?

May. 19, 2021 by

In this globalized world in which we live, more and more lawyer-to-bee’s from all over the world appear for the Bar Exam of some state in the United States. Whether you want to practice in the United States or manifest

First in Sky – The History of Skyscrapers

First in Sky – The History of Skyscrapers

Mar. 26, 2021 by

Just as man has always wanted to rise into the air, for centuries, the ambition of many builders been to erect buildings towering over their surroundings. The history of skyscrapers can be traced back to the biblical references of the

Is the Construction Industry becoming all too Corrupt?

Is the Construction Industry becoming all too Corrupt?

Mar. 12, 2021 by

It’s no secret that construction in New York City has had its fair share of controversy over the years. Most recently in the 1980’s, mafiosos oversaw much of the city’s booming construction projects by charging a special fee for anyone

The Great Crane: What it Was and How it Came to Be

The Great Crane: What it Was and How it Came to Be

Mar. 7, 2021 by

It’s difficult to imagine a construction project without some form of a crane being used. The crane has become not only a tool for workers but in many ways, a substitution for heavy and hard labor. From lifting and transporting

Pension Freedom and Best Tips You Need to Know

Pension Freedom and Best Tips You Need to Know

Nov. 26, 2020 by

In case you’re moving toward retirement, the new opportunities mean there a large group of various methods of getting to your pension pot. We clarify the primary ones in this article: Regardless of whether you are putting something aside for

States File Appliance Efficiency Lawsuit Discusses Simon Peel formerly of Jitterbit, IBM and Cast Iron Systems

States File Appliance Efficiency Lawsuit Discusses Simon Peel formerly of Jitterbit, IBM and Cast Iron Systems

Nov. 17, 2020 by

Simon Peel, formerly of Jitterbit, IBM, and Cast Iron Systems, deliberates about two lawsuits that have been filed against the Trump administration by six environmental groups and a coalition of thirteen states. The complaint was filed against the Trump administration

Why construction accidents have increased over the years

Why construction accidents have increased over the years

Nov. 9, 2020 by

There has been a large increase in construction accidents in recent years. With a higher demand for residential and commercial properties, there has been a jump in construction sites across the country. Construction is the most dangerous industry to work