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March 8, 2024

How Long Does a Personal Injury Lawsuit Take?

When you've been injured due to someone else's negligence, a personal injury lawsuit can be a crucial step toward recovery and compensation. However, one of the most common questions we hear at Arye, Lustig & Sassower, P.C. is, "How long will my personal injury lawsuit take?" The truth is that the timeline for a personal […]
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December 14, 2023

Complex Procedures in State and Municipal Liability Claims

It is important that anyone with a municipal liability claim against New York City or another public entity meet notice of claim requirements to preserve the right to sue. In New York, the laws are extremely complicated that govern if and how a governmental body or public employee may be sued for negligence or intentional […]
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December 14, 2023

Electrocution: A Serious Threat to NYC Construction Workers

The day Benjamin Franklin first launched his kite into a stormy June sky, the awesome power of electricity began working its way into the very fabric of American life. Today, power lines crisscross the countryside and cities are ablaze with constant electric glow; electricity has lost much of its mysterious allure as our understanding of […]
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August 1, 2023

2 Reasons Your NY Personal Injury Case Could Be Dismissed

A dismissed personal injury case could end your ability to get paid—for good. You want to do everything you can to ensure the defendant in your case can’t win a Motion for Summary judgment. Here are two issues that can kill your case. #1) Procedural Problems The most common procedural problem with a New York […]
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July 17, 2023

Why 92% of Personal Injury Cases Settle Outside of Court

The big court cases make headlines. They come with huge numbers: $800,000. $11 million. $13 million. Even bigger numbers. You’d be forgiven for thinking a big, public, messy trial is the way to go regarding your personal injury case. In reality, 92% of cases settle…and you probably should hope yours is among them. Here’s what you need to […]
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July 10, 2023

Why Your Insurance Took Some of Your Personal Injury Settlement

After you’ve been injured by an accident, the first party to pay your bills is generally your health insurance provider, if you have one. But your health insurance provider isn’t liable for injuries caused by another party’s negligence. The negligent party is responsible for paying for those. Thus, if your insurance company pays a portion […]
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April 3, 2023

What Your Lawyer Must Prove in Your NYC Personal Injury Case

Personal injury cases aren’t meant to compensate you for every accident that could possibly happen. They are only meant to compensate you for injuries caused by another person’s negligence. When you sit down with us to evaluate your case, we’ll ask ourselves whether we can prove the following. The defendant had a duty of care […]
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March 21, 2023

How Contingency Fees Work in a NY Personal Injury Case

Contingency fees are a boon for many of our clients. They allow us to take all the up-front risk of taking on a case without asking for a large retainer or charging an exorbitant hourly rate. Contingency fees give people the power to gain representation when their financial situation is likely to become chaotic. They’re […]
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