Can Employers Require Workers to Get the Covid-19 Vaccine?

With the arrival of the coronavirus vaccine, it has become a little easier to picture a time when more people return to their workplace. But when that day inevitably comes, will it also come with the reassurance that co-workers have gotten vaccinated? More specifically, the issue is whether employers can require workers to get the […]

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Expert Witnesses in New York Personal Injury Cases

In a New York personal injury lawsuit, like any other court case, the attorney must use various means and techniques to prove the case. One way to help bolster a case is the use of expert witnesses. The role of the expert witness is an important one that can add creditability to the case. The […]

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When Should I Hire a New York Criminal Defense Attorney?

Under almost any case scenario, you should hire a New York criminal defense attorney immediately after you’ve been charged with a crime. It’s a good idea even if you believe you are the subject of a criminal investigation. Read on to learn about why this timing is important if you’ve been charged with a criminal […]

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Things You Should Know about Making an Online Will

Writing a will helps you to control how your possessions are distributed after your death. While many will put off this important task, one way that isn’t as time-consuming is to complete the process online. Although one of the best things about creating your will online is that it’s convenient, it is more than just […]

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How Will I Be Compensated for My Motorcycle Accident?

If you’re involved in an auto accident in New York and you were injured, you will file a claim with your own insurance company, regardless of who is at fault. This is because New York is a no-fault state for drivers. This is true whether you were injured as a driver, pedestrian, or a bike […]

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Can Your Employer Terminate You Based on False Allegations?

People are fired for many reasons– including missing too much time from work, to messing up a deal, or failing to respond to client requests. However, if you’ve been fired because of a false allegation, it makes good sense that you would be upset. Anyone would be bothered by being dismissed for something that they […]

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Common Breaches in Real Estate Contracts

Real Estate Contracts: The Basics Being a party in a New York real estate contract can be a frustrating place to be because of all the complexities of the law that is involved. It can be even more frustrating if the other party doesn’t perform their contractual duties. Typically, when the buyer signs a residential […]

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What You Should Know about Relocation and Bankruptcy

Now that a new year has started, many take that as their cue for a new start. For some, this can mean a move to a new location. However, you don’t want to derail your economic situation by complicating an existing or upcoming bankruptcy filing. If you’re moving, or have recently moved and you need […]

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Filing a Wrongful Death Claim in New York

It’s always a challenge to lose someone that you love. It feels even more tragic when your loved one dies because of another person’s negligent or reckless behavior. When this occurs, New York law provides a way for surviving family members to be compensated for their losses by filing a type of New York personal […]

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