On Aug. 8, 2016, at a concert in New York, a 24-year-old woman from Staten Island was violently struck by a beer bottle thrown by another concert attendee. She sustained a traumatic brain injury and reportedly suffers periodic seizures as a result, preventing her from completing medical school. Now, she is filing a lawsuit against Madison Square Garden, Live Nation, an employee and the rapper holding the concert.
When you work in construction, engineering or other similar fields, there's a likelihood that you'll work with scaffolding. Scaffolding helps you reach higher areas and complete work that might otherwise not have been possible.
Victims of dog bites in New York and across the country may be entitled to compensation for lost wages and medical expenses. Damages may be paid in one lump sum or as part of a structured settlement. Structured settlements may be tax-free while an individual may be liable for taxes when taking a lump sum award. Typically, a judge will need to approve any type of settlement before it becomes official.
New York residents may have heard that around 21 people were injured on July 6 at a shopping center in the city of Plantation, Fla., in what may have been a gas explosion. The roof of one section was blown off in the blast, and debris was sent out hundreds of yards, raining down on passers-by. People from miles away reportedly heard and felt the explosion.
In New York and across the U.S., property owners must ensure the safety of others. Issues such as a wet floor, hazardous condition and a lack of repair can cause injuries and even death. After an accident, those who were hurt have the right to seek compensation in a legal filing. However, in some cases, there is a dispute about evidence, making it necessary to appeal to higher courts.