Archive: Slip and Fall Accidents

walk on ice

The recent blizzard left New York’s streets completely covered with snow and ice. This makes walking on them very dangerous, especially for children and seniors. For that reason, today we want to share several safety tips listed by SafeBee.com that…

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Winter in New York can bring snow and ice — and occasionally serious slip-and-fall accidents on icy surfaces that may cause life-threatening injuries for their victims. Establishing who is responsible for an accident of this type is a key step…

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slip-and-fall

Few things are more beautiful than waking up to streets covered in white after a cold and snowy night. But the scenery can be dangerous. Melting snow and ice can cause slip-and-fall accidents with serious consequences for pedestrians. Pedestrians can…

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slip and fall

For many New Yorkers, autumn is their favorite season in the city. Trees become beautifully red, orange and yellow, and the weather is just perfect for a walk in the park, a bicycle ride or a run near the river….

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Spring is almost upon us and with it come the spring showers. Unfortunately, with those showers come slippery surfaces that can cause people to slip and fall. Sometimes a slip and fall accident isn’t just clumsiness but actually is a…

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At some point in your life, as in everyone’s life, you may have slipped and fallen on ice. The vast majority of the times, you quickly picked yourself up, brushed yourself clean, and continued going about your day. However, if…

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New York City is always changing. There are always new buildings going up, old ones to repair and new projects in the pipelines. Unfortunately, the construction workers who make the city what it is and will be, often work in…

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For most people escalators save a bit of time or exertion — riding one is typically inconsequential — and when they don’t work they’re temporarily stairs to the able-bodied among us. However, mechanical failures, abrupt reversals and falls cause escalator…

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