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.

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  • Study Finds Over 250,000 Children Treated For Household Cleaner Related Injuries Since '99 Long Island, New York child injury and products liability attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses a new study that was released by the American Academy of Pediatrics which found that while the numbers of child injuries related to exposure to household chemicals has dropped, a very high number of cases are still being reported every year. For additional information on how the Federal Regulations regarding packaging are designed to protect small children, please see the Free Guide to New York Products Liability Claims at www.ProductsLiabilityBook.com, or contact Jonathan Cooper directly at 516-791-5700.
  • Negligent Supervision Lawsuit Filed For 13 Year-Old Whose Fingers Were Amputated in Woodworking Class Long Island, New York school negligence and negligent supervision attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses a lawsuit that was recently filed by attorneys in California on behalf of a teenage student whose fingers were amputated during a woodworking class. For additional information on how to prove a school negligence or negligent supervision claim under New York law, please visit https://www.jonathancooperlaw.com/library/how-to-prove-your-school-negligence-case-under-new-york-law.cfm, or call 516-791-5700.
  • Paralyzed High School Football Player Settles School Negligence Case Long Island, New York school negligence and negligent supervision attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses a recent case where a high school football player settled his school negligence case for an undisclosed sum, and how this case would likely have had a different outcome under New York law. For additional information on how to prove a school negligence case, 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.
  • Principal on Student's Death: "We can't take responsibility for each and every kid" Long Island, New York school negligence and child injury attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses a news story that quotes a school principal as refusing to take any responsibility for students under his charge, or for the drowning of one of his students during school hours. For additional information on how to prove a school negligence case under New York law 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.
  • Tragic NYC Student's Drowning a Paradigm of School Negligence Long Island, New York school negligence, child injury and negligent supervision attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses how a tragic incident from earlier today involving the drowning of a 12 year-old student is a near-perfect example for the consequences of a school's negligent supervision. For additional information on what constitutes negligent supervision, 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.
  • Assaulted By Patient at NY Hospital, Mother's Negligent Supervision Claim Survives Long Island, New York child injury and negligent supervision attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses how one woman's personal injury and negligent supervision claim stemming from an assault by a fellow patient survived the defendant hospital's motion to dismiss. For additional information on negligent supervision claims under New York law, please visit 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.
  • NY's High Court Takes Extreme Stand on School Assault Case Long Island, New York school assault and negligent supervision attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses a recent decision by New York's highest court which affirmed the dismissal of a school assault case, and how this decision impacts upon negligent supervision cases in New York in general. For additional information on this topic, please see https://www.jonathancooperlaw.com/library/how-a-school-can-not-be-liable-for-an-assault-under-new-york-law.cfm, or contact Jonathan Cooper directly at his Long Island office at 516-791-5700.
  • Another Frivolous Negligent Supervision Case Dismissed By NY Appeals Court In what does not appear to be a close call, a New York appeals court recently reversed a Brooklyn trial court's ruling, and dismissed a negligent supervision and personal injury case that was brought against a summer camp. For additional information on how to prove a negligent supervision case, please visit https://www.jonathancooperlaw.com/video/negligent-supervision-cases.cfm, or contact Long Island, New York negligent supervision attorney Jonathan Cooper directly at 516.791.5700.
  • Teacher Says She's "Sorry" After Being Caught On Tape Beating Student After being caught on videotape beating one of her students, a former teacher of the year has said she's sorry. Apparently, this teacher does not believe that the incident is her fault - at least not solely her fault. She blames the school, which has ignored teachers' past complaints about students being too rough with them. For additional information on how to prove a school negligence case, please see Long Island, New York school negligence attorney Jonathan Cooper's article at https://www.jonathancooperlaw.com/library/how-to-prove-your-school-negligence-case-under-new-york-law.cfm.
  • Frivolous Negligent Supervision Case Against NY School is Dismissed In a May 4, 2010 decision, New York's Appellate Division, Second Department affirmed the dismissal of a school negligence claim. Long Island, New York school negligence and negligent supervision attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses how a cursory reading of this decision raises the question as to why this case was brought altogether. For additional information on how to prove a school negligence case, please visit www.JonathanCooperLaw.com or contact Jonathan Cooper directly at 516.791.5700.
  • 5th Grader Claims School Teacher Ignored Her Injuries - Deliberately In a disturbing story coming out of New Mexico, a 5th grader claimed that her teacher deliberately ignored her playground injuries due to differences she had with the student's parents. For additional information on how to prove a school negligence case, please visit the website of Long Island, New York school negligence and child injury attorney, Jonathan Cooper at www.JonathanCooperLaw.com, or contact him directly at 516.791.5700.
  • NY Court Holds Child's Risky Behavior Doesn't Bar School Negligence Claim In this article, Long Island, New York child injury and school negligence lawyer Jonathan Cooper discusses how a hot-off-the-presses decision by New York's highest court sharply narrowed the assumption of risk doctrine, thereby assuring that more negligent supervision cases can reach a jury for determination, rather than being dismissed by the court. For additional information on child accident cases under New York law, please visit www.JonathanCooperLaw.com.