What is a “serious” injury? To establish liability in a personal injury action in New York, a plaintiff must show he or she suffered an injury meeting the definition of ‘“serious.”  New York Insurance Law section 5102 defines serious injury to be the result of any of the conditions listed below. While the first few […]Continue reading

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“Sue My Wife, Please!” Can I sue my spouse for injuries sustained in a car accident? Yes. You can always sue. The more important question is – “Would it be covered by insurance?” The answer is “Probably not.” Take a common scenario. You and your spouse go out to dinner. Your spouse is driving. You […]Continue reading

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