Category Archives: New York Injury Blog

Are Medical Malpractice Cases Complicated?

Are Medical Malpractice Cases Complicated

A person who has been seriously injured due to hospital negligence will have a lot of things on their mind. One of the questions they will want to have answered is, “Are medical malpractice cases complicated?” Because of the parties involved, medical malpractice cases are often some of the most complex areas in personal injury […]

Common Construction Accident Injuries

Common Construction Accident Injuries

There are several common construction accident injuries in New York that can result in a workers’ compensation claim. However, if you wish to receive fair and just compensation, you will need an experienced New York construction accident lawyer on your side. Contact the Law Offices of Leslie Elliot Krause today to schedule a free consultation […]

Emotional Damages in a Dog Bite Claim

Emotional Damages in a Dog Bite Claim

Were you or a loved one seriously injured by a dog and are wondering if you can recover emotional damages in a dog bite claim? Contact our experienced New York dog bite lawyers today to schedule a free consultation and get an idea of how much your case could be worth. Emotional Damages in a […]

Understanding Elevator Accident Cases

Understanding Elevator Accident Cases

Understanding elevator accident cases and how the process works is very important if you wish to pursue an injury claim. Contact the experienced New York elevator accident attorneys at Krause & Glassmith to schedule a free consultation and discover how you can receive compensation. Understanding Elevator Accident Cases | Process When someone is injured in […]

Complicated Medical Malpractice Cases

Complicated Medical Malpractice Cases

Medical malpractice cases are complicated for a variety of reasons. First, it can be hard for the patient or the patient’s family to know who is truly responsible for what happened. Hospitals, healthcare providers, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, pharmacies, and surgical centers can all be hard for patients and their families to deal with. […]