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Friday, March 1, 2019

Escalator Injury Does Happen

By uberuser

Escalator Injury On Monday, an Metropolitan Transit Authority (“MTA”) maintenance crew was called upon to respond to a broken escalator at the 5th Avenue/53rd Street subway station in New York City. While an MTA employee acknowledge that the malfunctioning escalator could have caused a serious injury to commuters, luckily, there was no escalator injury as a…

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Uneven Sidewalk Lawsuit

By uberuser

Queens Uneven Sidewalk Lawsuit Queens Court Denies Property Owner’s Motion for Summary Judgment Finding Issue Of Fact As To Whether Sidewalk Defect Was Trivial According to the New York Law Journal a judge in Queens County recently denied a property owner’s motion for summary judgment in an uneven sidewalk lawsuit. In moving for summary judgment,…

Friday, April 28, 2017

Illegal Elevator Falls, Breaking Woman’s Back

By Leigh Eskenasi

Earlier this month in New York City, a woman was seriously injured when the elevator she was riding in at her apartment building fell and crashed more than four floors. The force from the impact caused the woman to break her spine and other bones. According to a Department of Buildings official, the elevator was…

Friday, October 16, 2015

NY Governor and NYC Mayor Reach Agreement To Fix Crumbling Subway

By Louis Grandelli
Posted in Unsafe Premises

The New York City subways have structural problems and defective conditions that need to be repaired for the safety of the public transportation commuters. Last month, on September 10, 2015, a G train subway derailed, injuring three individuals. To address this issue, the city and state are moving forward with a plan to close the…

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

New Law In Toxic Mold Cases

By Louis Grandelli
Posted in Unsafe Premises

Toxic mold is a problem facing many New York City residents. There is significant scientific literature regarding the association between an indoor damp and moldy environment with various symptoms, such as headaches, shortness of breath, sinus congestion, and rashes. However, the Court of Appeals, New York’s highest state court, significantly curtailed the ability of a tenant…

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