This blog by the six-time published author Jonathan Cooper, is intended to educate the general public about issues of interest, particularly innovations and changes in the law, in the areas of non-compete agreements, breach of contract matters, 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:
- To Compete or Not to Compete: The Definitive Insider's Guide to Non-Compete Agreements Under New York Law
- When Schools Fail to Protect Our Kids
- When You Don't Have a Written Agreement
- Why Most Accident Victims Do Not Recover the Full Value of Their Claim
- Why Are There So Few Successful Defective Products Lawsuits?
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Police Must Still Drive Responsibly, Even When Responding To Emergency, NY High Court Holds Long Island, New York author of The New York Accident Book, Jonathan Cooper discusses a recent and important decision from New York's Court of Appeals that placed strict limits on a police officer's rights to rely upon certain provisions of the Vehicle and Traffic Law that give them greater latitude in the care they must show while driving.
Why It's So Important To Investigate Your Child's Negligence Claim BEFORE You File Suit in NY In this article, Long Island, New York child injury attorney Jonathan Cooper uses a recent decision from a Queens County judge to highlight how proper investigation of a claim before filing suit could have saved a child's personal injury claim from being dismissed. For additional information on this and related topics, please download a copy of Jonathan Cooper's Free eBook entitled "Why Most Accident Victims Do Not Recover the Full Value of Their Claim" from www.JonathanCooperLaw.com or www.TheNewYorkAccidentBook.com.
In New York City, Who Is Liable For A Defective Curb? In this article, Long Island, New York trip and fall lawyer Jonathan Cooper discusses who is legally responsible for a defective curb under New York law. For additional information on this topic, and how accident cases are evaluated and handled under New York law, please order a copy of Jonathan Cooper's Guide to New York accident cases, Why Most Accident Victims Do Not Recover the Full Value of Their Claim from www.TheNewYorkAccidentBook.com.
The 5 Ways To Prove Your Defective Products Claim Under New York Law In this blog article, published author of Why There Are So Few Successful Defective Products Lawsuits, and Long Island, New York products liability lawyer Jonathan Cooper explains the 5 essential causes of action, or claims, that are typically brought in lawsuits involving a dangerous product that caused personal injuries. For additional information, please visit www.JonathanCooperLaw.com