${site.data.firmName}${SEMFirmNameAlt}
Contact Us Today
NY 212-285-3800
TF 877-265-4065
E-mail
Review Us
Menu Contact

May 2017 Archives

Banner Image

Car accident victim achieves $9 million through litigation

Early in the morning of April 22, 2014 in New York, a limo driver sat in his vehicle drinking coffee, getting ready to start his day, when an MTA bus struck the back right side of his car. The car accident left the victim in quite a bit of pain and even caused him to experience a condition called foot drop. This made it impossible for him to return to his driving career.

New York pedestrian accident: Tragic incident in Times Square

Law enforcement authorities in New York are still investigating the tragic incident that recently took place in Times Square. Several people were injured and one killed when the driver of an automobile started hitting pedestrians with his car. If one is injured or loses a loved one in a pedestrian accident, it may be possible to seek damages through legal means.

New York fatal accident case: Cyclist dies 10 days after crash

Collisions between automobiles and bicyclists are fairly common in some areas of New York. Bike lanes have been installed in various areas of the city to help prevent such incidents. Sadly, even when cyclists are doing the right thing by using these lanes, bad things can happen. A recent injury turned fatal accident case is proof of this.

Whiplash is often experienced following a rear-end car accident

In New York and elsewhere, auto collisions are a daily occurrence. Many of them have minor outcomes, but even in such cases injuries can still happen. For example, whiplash is often experienced following a rear-end car accident. It does not take a whole lot of force for this type of injury to occur.

Retailer responsibility following a drunk driver accident

New York is full of bars, restaurants, grocery stores and other establishments that sell alcohol. When a patron leaves an alcohol retailer, many believe that the establishment has no responsibility for that person's actions after he or she is out the door. Thankfully, due to dram shop laws, this is not necessarily the case. An alcohol retailer may, under the right circumstances, be held partially responsible for the actions of a drunk driver.

Email us for response

Email Us Now

Free Case Evaluation

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close
Broadway

Subin Associates, LLP
150 Broadway
New York, NY 10038

Toll Free: 877-265-4065
Phone: 212-285-3800
New York Law Office Map