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If you have been injured in an personal injury accident, hopefully your case will resolve quickly. Sometimes, however, reopening a injury case becomes critical to making sure that adequate compensation can be awarded. The question of whether your case can be reopened depends on the specific details of your case….

A peer-review study by the American Association for Cancer Research as well as the American Society of Preventive Oncology examined the connection between H2 antihistamine-blockers, Zantac and breast cancer. The study determined that an increased risk of one type of breast cancer exists in people who have taken the medication…

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently signed legislation (S. 4336/A. 6163), which requires all motor vehicle passengers over the age of 16 to wear seat belts whenever they travel in motor vehicles. Currently in New York state, passengers who are 16 years of age or older are only required to wear…

Tropical Storm Isaias caused more than $4 billion in damage in the United States, which makes the storm the most expensive cyclone to impact the northeastern part of the country since Hurricane Sandy in 2012. In addition to the substantial property damage, the storm killed at least five people in…

A spokesperson for New York City’s Department of Buildings recently commented that in its first five days of enforcing COVID-19 safety protocols, the department issued 88 citations, which included 41 orders to stop work at construction sites. These citations come after the Department’s use of Geographic Information System technology, which…

COVID-19 numbers increase, but the economy also continues reopening. To anticipate challenges, many companies, including Amazon, plan on testing workers for COVID-19. To further complicate this issue, however, there is little federal guidance on how to navigate the illegality of such employment practices. Employers Begin Taking Preventative Measures Many employers…

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s decision to issue a news release requiring all ranitidine to be recalled from the market was the result of careful investigation. This research revealed that Ranitidine (or Zantac, as it is commonly known) contained an unacceptable level of N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), which can cause cancer….

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