Category: Medical Malpractice

New York Doctors Granted Immunity from Medical Malpractice Lawsuits for Treatment Related to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has proven so far to be among the most difficult periods in the history of the […]

What is the “Collateral Source Rule” and How Does it Affect My Personal Injury Case?

In New York personal injury and medical malpractice litigation, injured victims are entitled to ask a jury to award various […]

The Jury Verdict in My Personal Injury Trial was in My Favor. Why Have the Defendants Not Paid Yet?

Imagine the following scenario, which is quite common in Bronx personal injury lawsuits: After years of litigation, your personal injury […]

Justice Denied: President Trump’s Immigration Policies Effectively Close the Courthouse Doors to Immigrants

Whatever you think about President Trump, it is undeniable that he has kept his campaign promise to stringently – and, […]

The Benefits of Medicaid Expansion Under Obamacare to New York Personal Injury Plaintiffs

Among the hallmarks of President Barack Obama’s signature piece of healthcare legislation – known officially as The Affordable Care Act, […]

I’ve Won my Personal Injury Trial. Is My Case Over? Do the Defendants Have to Pay?

According to just about every television show or Hollywood movie ever made about a legal case of any kind (including […]