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Tips for Getting the Best Injury Settlement The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that around 30 million people are seen at the emergency room each year due to unintentional accidents and injuries. No doubt, a lot of people are injured in auto accidents, slip and falls, workplace accidents, and…

If you suffered sex abuse from a pastor, priest, or any other type of religious figure in New York, you have a right to hold your abuser accountable. It is also critical to understand that recent changes to New York law have widened the types of lawsuits that can be…

Many people who experience acid reflux and heartburn are familiar with the Zantac warning that first appeared in 2019. These dangers involve N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), which is a cancer-causing chemical agent found in Zantac, the generic name for which is ranitidine. While Zantac and many ranitidine-containing medications have recently been recalled,…

To reduce the risk of coronavirus cases, many Americans and their children are remaining at home as much as possible these days. While this action has the result of keeping many people safe, there are also a countless number of children who are injured each year as a result of…

Before you engage in a mobile or online chat, you should know that anything you say might later be found legally binding, or at least this is the implication of a recent case concerning WhatsApp. The following reviews the details of this case as well as its impact. What is…

One of the most common questions that many accident victims have now is, what will be the result of refusing to receive treatment during the coronavirus pandemic? In short, refusing to receive medical care could end up jeopardizing the outcome of your personal injury case. Our Long Island accident attorney reviews…

On April 1, 2020, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requested the removal of all over-the-counter and prescription ranitidine medications from the market. This announcement marks the most recent development in an investigation involving n-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), which is found in ranitidine medications including Zantac. This decision comes after the FDA…

Many drugmakers pulled Zantac months ago when initial reports began linking Zantac with cancer. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently instructed consumers to throw out any Zantac medications that they have. The FDA also requested companies to stop selling Zantac after finding that the cancer-causing contaminants can build up…

It’s that time of year again! Daylight savings times is around the corner and while the rule of thumb is to change the batteries in smoke detectors when adjusting your clocks, this year New York residents may want to change the actual device. This is due to a new law in…

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