In their Medical Malpractice column, Thomas A. Moore and Matthew Gaier of Kramer, Dillof, Livingston & Moore discuss three decisions issued this year involving claims of liability against health club
Sateesh Nori and Fazeela Siddiqui of The Legal Aid Society write: Sandy affected almost 300,000 New Yorkers, took 49 lives, and damaged over 27,000 homes, leaving 2.1 million people without power imm
...Hospital. Decedent suffered an asthma attack and a city basic life support (BLS) ambulance arrived at the scene and began treating her. The ALS crew...
...home on November 25, 2008. A New York City basic life support (BLS) ambulance arrived at the scene and began treating plaintiff with basic life...
Stephen P. Sonnenberg and Kelsey Van Wart of Paul Hastings write that an employer's quest to avoid workplace violence hardly seems controversial. Yet a variety of laws, administrative guidance and ca
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Jeffrey S. Lichtman and Richard A. Menchini, partners at O'Hare Parnagian, write that three decisions from the recent term of the New York Court of Appeals clarified the hazy boundaries of tort dutie
In his Construction Accident Litigation column, Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo partner Brian J. Shoot discusses how New York compares to other states in imposing liability under common law w
...arrived at the Applewhite apartment, having traveled in a basic life support (BLS) ambulance. The EMTs had been dispatched because no advanced life support (ALS...
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