Take Action After a Hit-And-Run!

Hit-and-run accidents have been a growing problem in recent years. If a driver strikes another vehicle, occupied or not, and leaves the scene without alerting authorities or exchanging information with the other driver it is considered a hit-and-run. The reasons for a hit and run incident can vary – not wanting to file an insurance Continue reading Take Action After a Hit-And-Run!
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Take Action After a Hit-And-Run!

Take Action After a Hit-And-Run!

Hit-and-run accidents have been a growing problem in recent years. If a driver strikes another vehicle, occupied or not, and leaves the scene without alerting authorities or exchanging information with the other driver it is considered a hit-and-run. The reasons for a hit and run incident can vary – not wanting to file an insurance claim, being uninsured or unlicensed, illegal substances or devices in the vehicle, or even the at-fault party attempting to hide from law enforcement for some reason. Regardless of the reason, Texas state law requires drivers who are involved in an accident to stop. There can be serious consequences if someone chooses to leave the scene of an accident; especially when another driver is involved. Being involved in an accident can be a scary experience, but below are some tips that might help if you’re involved in a hit-and-run situation. The more details you can give to authorities, the better the chances of finding the other driving and…

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Take Action After a Hit-And-Run!

Our NYC Personal Injury Attorneys gave presentations at Cardozo Law School last night

Three of our New York Personal Injury Lawyers visited Cardozo Law School yesterday night. Marijo Adimey, Christopher Donadio and Ben Rubinowitz gave a demonstration of Opening Statements to second and third year students. For more than a dozen years Cardozo Law has invited lawyers from the firm to conduct trial demonstrations to the students.  Cardozo Law has Continue reading Our NYC Personal Injury Attorneys gave presentations at Cardozo Law School last night
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Our NYC Personal Injury Attorneys gave presentations at Cardozo Law School last night

Our NYC Personal Injury Attorneys gave presentations at Cardozo Law School last night

Three of our New York Personal Injury Lawyers visited Cardozo Law School yesterday night. Marijo Adimey, Christopher Donadio and Ben Rubinowitz gave a demonstration of Opening Statements to second and third year students. For more than a dozen years Cardozo Law has invited lawyers from the firm to conduct trial demonstrations to the students.  Cardozo Law has recognized the quality of the trial lawyers at Gair, Gair, Conason, Rubinowitz, Bloom, Hershenhorn, Steigman & Mackauf and has made clear to their students that they are among the very best trial lawyers in New York. We have a tradition dating back years of speaking at seminars for law students and lawyers. We believe it is an obligation to share knowledge accumulated over many years so that others will be better prepared to represent their clients. To view videos of some of those seminars click here.

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Our NYC Personal Injury Attorneys gave presentations at Cardozo Law School last night

Ben Rubinowitz discusses Medical Malpractice at the Annual Meeting of the New York Section of the American Urological Association in Cuba

Our managing partner, New York Medical Malpractice Lawyer Ben Rubinowitz was invited by the New York Section of the American Urological Association Education & Research to participate in their 115th annual meeting. This meeting took place in Havana, Cuba, from November 5th to November 11th. During the meeting participants attended scientific sessions covering: Kidney Cancer Continue reading Ben Rubinowitz discusses Medical Malpractice at the Annual Meeting of the New York Section of the American Urological Association in Cuba
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Ben Rubinowitz discusses Medical Malpractice at the Annual Meeting of the New York Section of the American Urological Association in Cuba

Ben Rubinowitz discusses Medical Malpractice at the Annual Meeting of the New York Section of the American Urological Association in Cuba

Our managing partner, New York Medical Malpractice Lawyer Ben Rubinowitz was invited by the New York Section of the American Urological Association Education & Research to participate in their 115th annual meeting. This meeting took place in Havana, Cuba, from November 5th to November 11th. During the meeting participants attended scientific sessions covering: Kidney Cancer Female Urology/Voiding Dysfunction Continue reading →

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Ben Rubinowitz discusses Medical Malpractice at the Annual Meeting of the New York Section of the American Urological Association in Cuba

Plaintiff’s Case Permitted to Proceed Against Private Company Responsible for Maintaining Traffic Lights

Earlier this month, an appellate court issued a written opinion in a California car accident case requiring the court to discuss whether the lower court was proper to dismiss the plaintiff’s claim in a pre-trial motion for summary judgment. The lower court based its decision to dismiss the case on its finding that the defendant Continue reading Plaintiff’s Case Permitted to Proceed Against Private Company Responsible for Maintaining Traffic Lights
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Plaintiff’s Case Permitted to Proceed Against Private Company Responsible for Maintaining Traffic Lights