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2606, 2017

Should You Appeal a Workers’ Compensation Denial? Five Important Steps to Preserve Your Claim

June 26th, 2017|Workers' Compensation|

Preserving Your Workers' Compensation Claim If you have filed a workers’ compensation claim and have had it denied by the insurance company, it might be frustrating enough to make you want to give up. There are steps you can take to help maintain your claim. Our workers’ compensation attorneys at McMahon, Kublick & Smith in Syracuse, NY offer some important steps to follow to keep your claim open. Determine the Reasons for Your Denial You

2006, 2017

Signs of Nursing Home Negligence & Abuse

June 20th, 2017|Nursing Home Negligence|

As we get older, there may come a time when our loved ones may need more care than we can give and they may need to go into a nursing home facility for long-term care. We put our loved one there trusting that the facility’s staff is competent, accountable, and caring. However, elder abuse and nursing home neglect can occur. At McMahon, Kublick & Smith, we would like to take a moment to help you

306, 2017

Slip and Fall Accident Injuries

June 3rd, 2017|Syracuse Personal Injury Lawyers, Syracuse Slip Fall Lawyers|

One personal injury type case is called ‘slip and fall.’ It usually occurs when a business owner is negligent in maintaining their property. Slips and falls may occur because of a temporary condition such as a wet floor, or it could be something more permanent such as severe cracks or upheaval in a walkway or sidewalk. If a tenant or visitor to the business suffers a serious or life-changing injury, the property owner or management

2605, 2017

Five Objections To Hiring A Syracuse Personal Injury Lawyer

May 26th, 2017|Syracuse Personal Injury Lawyers|

Objections to Hiring a Syracuse Personal Injury Lawyer Answered When you are involved in an accident, suddenly there are a lot of things to worry about. There is the loss of your automobile, bills, ongoing medical treatment, and more. It is always best to get sound legal advice, but above all you should feel 100% comfortable hiring an attorney. We asked our own clients to tell us what objections they had before they hired us

1405, 2017

Can Backup Cameras Prevent Car Crashes?

May 14th, 2017|Syracuse Car Accident Lawyers|

Do Car Backup Cameras Make a Difference? Today car backup cameras are on many cars that are on the streets everyday. They assist with pulling out of parking spots more safe and easy. It is believed that these devices can prevent car accidents, however research has shown that accidents with passenger cars and commercial trucks that have backup cameras still happen (all too frequently). According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), as of

805, 2017

Why Healthcare Workers Face Higher Injury Risks

May 8th, 2017|Syracuse Personal Injury Lawyers|

Have you ever wondered why healthcare workers face higher injury risks? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the healthcare industry employs more than 18 million workers in the US. Out of these workers, over 80% of them are women. The healthcare industry is a very important job in our society and with that, those that work in healthcare also face a higher risk of non-fatal injury and illnesses compared to other

1904, 2017

Neurological Issues From a Car Accident

April 19th, 2017|Syracuse Car Accident Lawyers|

Head Injuries and Car Accidents in Syracuse Minor accidents can still jerk you around enough to cause neurological issues from a car accident. This often can also be serious enough that you can suffer debilitating effects. There are various types of neurological issues that can be caused from a motor vehicle accident. There is also three ways nerves can get seriously damaged which are: stretching, pressure, and severing of the nerve. Some of the ways

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