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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.

Anatomy of a Personal injury Case in New York

If you have been injured from a motor vehicle accident or a fall, your first trip may be to the hospital. At the hospital you will be asked how the injury happened. This will usually be documented in the hospital record. Following the discharge from the hospital when you see your attorney, the attorney will have you sign a retainer agreement which provides for the attorney's fees, usually being one third. Legal action will follow, if no reasonable offer is made by the insurance company, to settle your case.


Subways and trains are used by millions of New Yorkers daily. Subways and Trains remain a popular means of transportation and are generally safe. However, subway and train accidents may happen for numerous reasons, including, but not limited to, the following:


In New York City, property owners have a duty to clear snow and ice from their sidewalk and to keep their property in a safe condition as required by the New York City Administrative Code. Property owners often take steps to clear sidewalks, walkways, driveways, steps and parking lots. Taking measures to remove dangers within a reasonable time can prevent serious and debilitating, lifelong injuries.

F subway train derailed in Queens, New York

Today, at 10:24 a.m. a Manhattan-bound F train carrying approximately 1,000 passengers derailed near the 65th Street station in Woodside, Queens. The middle six cars of an eight car subway train derailed leaving four passengers seriously injured and another 15 people with minor injuries. Emergency responders quickly reached the accident scene to treat the injured and transport them to local hospitals. Passengers were evacuated through a sidewalk exit while other trains heading in the same direction on the line were halted and the passengers evacuated at nearby stations. The matter is currently being investigated by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (the "MTA").

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