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Long Island & Queens, New York Negligent Supervision, Defective Product & Accident Lawyer Blog


The blog by published author of the Free book on New York accident claims, "Why Most Accident Victims Do Not Recover the Full Value of Their Claim," as well as the New Yorker's guide to defective product claims, "Why Are There So Few Successful Defective Products Lawsuits?" is intended to educate the general public about issues of interest, particularly innovations and changes in the law, in the areas of school negligence (and/or negligent supervision), construction accidents, slip and/or trip and fall accidents, auto accidents, and, of course, defective or dangerous products.

For additional information on any of these topics, readers are encouraged to download these Free e-books on New York personal injury claims

3/29/2018
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12 y.o. Girl Commits Suicide Following Bullying at School

In another sign that something serious is amiss with the educational system, a 12 y.o. girl recently committed suicide after egregious and relentless bullying

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2/12/2018
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A New Solution for Students Repeatedly Bullied At School?

A new Florida bill proposes to let bullied students escape the bullying by transferring out of public school and attending private school on a voucher

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7/24/2017
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How School Bullying Statistics Are Far Worse Than They Look

The numbers suggest that bullying across New York's public schools isn't all that bad. But if you scratch the surface, the numbers tell quite a different story

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6/7/2016
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When Schools Take the Anti-Bullying Laws Too Far

There comes a point at which well-meaning schools can actually take anti-bullying laws too far, says NY school bullying lawyer Jonathan Cooper

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6/2/2016
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New Study on How Schools Fail at Fighting Bullying

A recent study out of Kentucky lays out some of the primary reasons that schools across the country have seen only limited success at stemming bullying

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1/21/2016
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Court: NYC Liable for Disabled Bullied Girl's Tuition

A hot-off-the-presses decision from a NY Federal Appeals court held NYC liable to pay for the private school tuition of a disabled girl who was bullied

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2/17/2015
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Teacher Joins Class in Bullying Special Needs Student

It's bad enough when a child is bullied. But it's unimaginably worse when the teacher joins in. School bullying attorney Jonathan Cooper weighs in on this story

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1/28/2014
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Va. Legislature Defines Bullying for Schools. Will it Help?

Long Island, NY school bullying attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses a recent initiative by the Va. legislature to curb bullying.

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1/14/2014
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Part I Proposal to Stop School Bullying: Incentives

New York school bullying attorney Jonathan Cooper issues Part I of his proposal to stem school bullying: offering incentives to students and the schools

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12/22/2013
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How One School Bullying Settlement Tells You the Case Was Weak

Sometimes, the terms of a settlement can tell you a great deal about the strength (or the lack thereof) of a case, explains NY negligence lawyer Jonathan Cooper

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12/16/2013
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Why Eliminating Cell Phones Won't Solve School Bullying

At a recent seminar, a police officer recommended banning teens from cell phones that text or use social media to curb bullying. His suggestion won't work.

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10/18/2012
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School Has No Duty to Warn Parents of Threat to Student, Says NY Court

NY's Court of Appeals issued a disappointing ruling, and dismissed a school negligence case earlier today, explains school injury lawyer Jonathan Cooper

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7/5/2012
Jonathan Cooper
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Bus Driver's Inaction to Stem Bullying Incident Leads to Lawsuit

In a recently filed case, parents of an 11th grader who was hurt in a bullying incident have sued their son's school district for negligence.

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6/20/2012
Jonathan Cooper
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8th Grade Brooklyn Student Blinded in Bullying Incident at School

Long Island, NY school negligence lawyer Jonathan Cooper discusses this child's likelihood of success under NY law in his school negligence claim.

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5/21/2012
Jonathan Cooper
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Parents of Bullied 11 Year-Old Sue School District for Negligence

Long Island, NY school negligence attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses how the parents of a bullied 11 year-old sued their school district for negligence

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11/27/2011
Jonathan Cooper
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Why Federal Law is Unlikely to Help Your Bullying Case in NY

Long Island, New York school bullying attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses why constitutional laws are unlikely to help a school bullying claim in New York.

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2/20/2011
Jonathan Cooper
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Why the Claim by Parents of Bullied H.S. School Who Suicided Might Survive in NY

Long Island & Queens, New York school bullying and negligence attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses a bullying case from Pennsylvania, and how it would likely be evaluated under New York law. For additional information on this topic, please contact Jonathan Cooper directly at 516-791-5700.

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9/29/2010
Jonathan Cooper
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Can a School Be Held Liable for Bullying Under New York Law?

Long Island/Queens, New York child injury and school negligence attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses whether a school can be held liable for bullying under New York law. For additional information on how to prove a school negligence case in New York, please see https://www.jonathancooperlaw.com/library/how-to-prove-your-school-negligence-case-under-new-york-law.cfm, or contact Jonathan Cooper directly at 516-791-5700.

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