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July 12, 2020

[Legal Dictionary] Definition of Disability

July 15, 2015

If you’re considering filing a lawsuit after an injury, the term “disability” may figure prominently in your case. Under New York law, a disability is the inability to engage in “substantial gainful activity” because of a physical or mental impairment. The gainful activity referred to is not limited to work. Your enjoyment of hobbies, sports …

Are All Personal Injury Lawyers the Same

July 14, 2015

Imagine that you had a broken arm and a friend referred you to a psychiatrist for treatment. What?! That’s what it’s like when people suggest that all attorneys are the same. Like doctors, all attorneys have to complete basic coursework and pass an intensive exam that allows them to work in the field. From there, …

[Legal Dictionary] Definition of Endangerment

July 13, 2015

Endangerment, under New York law, means to behave in a way that puts others at risk of harm such as injury or death. Endangerment refers to conduct that’s reckless or careless; behavior that’s likely to cause bodily harm to another person. Examples of Endangerment An example of endangerment would be a motorist driving above the …

Jury Clears Hot-Dog-Throwing Mascot

July 10, 2015

A second Jury has cleared Kansas City Royals mascot Sluggerrr of negligence in a 2009 incident involving a foil-wrapped hot dog’s journey from the mascot’s paw to an unwary fan’s face. As part of his between-innings antics, Sluggerrr threw the dog behind his back, hitting Royals fan John Coomer hard enough for him to suffer …

[Legal Glossary]: Definition of Causation

July 9, 2015

Causation is a term that factors heavily in personal injury law. Legally defined as “the act or process that produces an effect,” causation refers to the cause-effect relationship between one action or event and the resulting event. To win a personal injury case, one has to establish causation. The negligent action must be what caused …


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