COVID-19 Related Personal Injury Litigation on the Rise in New York State

COVID-19 Related Personal Injury Litigation on the Rise in New York State

As the courts begin to reopen across New York State, personal injury litigation linked to COVID-19 is on the rise. Fears about these legal challenges and their impact on economic recovery across the state prompted the NY governor to issue some specific executive orders that offer some measure of immunity and protection for medical practitioners and organizations early in the …

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Not All Personal Injury Law Firms in Ithaca are the Same

Buying products from a company tends to be an impersonal experience. Little concern is given about the company – you just want a good product. Companies that provide a personal or professional service are different; with them, who you deal with and the kind of service matters. This is especially true of law firms. Not all personal injury law firms …

Personal Injuries Can Happen When We Least Expect Them

Personal Injuries Can Happen When We Least Expect Them

The very nature of an accident implies something that takes us by surprise, in unexpected or unguarded moments. Personal injuries can occur when least expected, as we perform the routine activities we have done dozens of times before, or when attempting something new. They can occur at a wide variety of locations and in every conceivable circumstance. In any event, …

What is Considered a Personal Injury Under the Law in New York State?

What is Considered a Personal Injury Under the Law in New York State?

Personal injury law, also sometimes referred to as “Tort Law,” covers any harm done to the body, mind, or even the emotions, either intentionally or through the negligence of another party. Williamson, Clune and Stevens, your community-focused personal injury lawyers in Ithaca, Auburn, Syracuse and Elmira, have been serving New York residents who suffer personal injuries since 1978. We know …