Injured by a Garbage Truck

Information About Garbage Truck Accidents

Information About Garbage Truck Accidents While it might seem rare and out-of-place, garbage truck accidents do indeed happen, and they do cause some serious injuries. Garbage trucks, which weigh over 50,000 pounds, are one of the leading causes of New York vehicles involved in serious injury and death. For more information about garbage truck accidents…

Important Things to Know About Injury Claims

Important Things to Know About Injury Claims

Important Things to Know About Injury Claims If you were seriously injured in an accident, such as a slip and fall or automobile crash, you may be looking for help understanding personal injury claims. Contact our office today to schedule a consultation. Our experienced Buffalo attorneys will outline all the important things to know about…

Compensation for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Compensation for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Compensation for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning There are approximately 30 deaths and 450 injuries each year caused by carbon monoxide poisoning from the use of portable heaters, lanterns, or stoves inside tents, campers and vehicles. If your injury was caused by the negligence of someone else, you could be eligible to receive compensation for carbon monoxide…

Injured by a Garbage Truck

Injured by a Garbage Truck?

Injured by a Garbage Truck? Garbage trucks weighing 50,000+ pounds are one of the leading cause of New York vehicles involved in crashes that result in serious injury and death. They are very dangerous because of: Blind spots. Backing. Trash containers are placed in locations that require backing where there are pedestrians and unexpected vehicle…

Cash Receipts and Disbursements

What Are Adequate Controls Over Fire Company’s Cash Receipts and Disbursements?

What Are Adequate Controls Over Fire Company’s Cash Receipts and Disbursements? New York fire company boards should establish policies and procedures to safeguard cash receipts and disbursements. The Board and Membership should: Segregate the duties related to cash receipts and disbursements or provide mitigating controls such as requiring at least two individuals to count and…