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Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury in New York
Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury in New York

Have you been wrongfully injured in New York State? If so, it is important to understand that you will have a limited amount of time to seek compensation from the responsible party. Since all personal injury claims are subject to a statute of limitations, it is highly ...

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Blog Posts in 2013

  • Filing an Uninsured Motorist Claim: What You Should Know

    According to current statistics, 7% of all drivers in the state of New York do not carry insurance. Although it is a crime to operate a motor vehicle ...

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  • Proving a Case of Premises Liability in New York

    Premises liability is an area of the law that focuses on a property owner's responsibility to maintain a reasonably safe environment. While most ...

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  • Are Bedsores a Sign of Nursing Home Neglect?

    As you may know, nursing home neglect is a growing problem throughout the country. Current statistics show that nearly 91% of all nursing home ...

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  • Basic Requirements for a Medical Malpractice Claim

    If you have been injured by a medical professional's negligent, careless or reckless actions, you may be entitled to financial compensation—as this ...

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  • Can I Seek Damages if I was Partially at Fault for the Accident?

    In the state of New York, all negligently injured victims have the right to seek damages from the parties and/or individuals who had contributed to ...

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  • Who is Liable for a Dog Bite Injury in Long Island, NY?

    Unlike many other states in the U.S., New York does not hold dog owners strictly liable for the actions of their pet. Rather, the burden of proof is ...

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  • Should I Give a Statement to the Insurance Company?

    At The Odierno Law Firm, P.C., we often receive calls from car accident victims who have inadvertently undermined their own personal injury ...

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  • How Do I Secure Compensation after a Hit & Run Accident?

    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the incidence rate of hit and run accidents has increased by 19% since 1999. ...

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