There are more than a few ways you might accidentally take a tumble on an average day. But public transit slip-and-fall's can be much more dangerous than these accidents are typically.
New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) employs around 65,000 people to maintain a total of 842 miles of subway track. Yet, MTA's new president, Andy Byford, has admitted that subway conditions are a disaster.
Not every personal injury case is successful. There are various factors which may contribute to a losing case in court. Here are a number of reasons why your personal injury case may be lost:
Neck and back injuries are among the most common injuries. They can result from a fall or from a motor vehicle accident or other causes. These may go undetected at first, but may later become disabling. Some of the most common injuries we have seen include the following
Some states, including New York refer to a deposition as an examination before trial (EBT). In a civil personal injury case, you are entitled to orally examine your adversary prior to trial. The examination before trial is a useful discovery device that should rarely be waived. The purpose of an examination before trial is to learn as much as possible about your adversary's position.