Police using excessive force around the Country is a sad reminder of a life cut short in August 2012 in the Bronx; Eddie Fernandez killed by NYPD for no reason
Category: Police Misconduct and Wrongful Imprisonment
It was with great anger that I read the article from the NY Times discussing a South Carolina man who was fatally shot by a
Leav & Steinberg, LLP recently took on a new matter involving a dirt bike incident which occurred in the Bronx at the intersection of Randall
In a recent decision in Castilla v. City of New York, by the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, the
Sustaining an injury, whether it is a slip and fall or a car accident or something else entirely, can be a scary and confusing time.
The doctrine of sovereign immunity dates back quite some time. Essentially, the doctrine states that you cannot sue the government. Fortunately, Congress passed the Federal
Where is there no liability (on the part of the premise owner or operator)? Some facilities require patrons to sign waiver clauses or exculpatory clauses