In an effort to educate the general public - BEFORE they even contact a lawyer - about the necessary elements to a successful claim in the areas of:

Long Island & Queens, New York personal injury attorney Jonathan Cooper has published numerous educational articles on these topics. By way of background, Jonathan Cooper is the 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?"

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  • August '09 Newsletter The August, 2009 Newsletter of Long Island, New York small business, breach of contract, products liability and accident attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses several important topics, including how one client's bad behavior led to disaster, how one provision in the new consumer safety act actually has some promise, and an article that de-bunks some long-held myths about defective products lawsuits. For additional information on these topics, or to download one of Jonathan Cooper's Free eBooks, please visit Jonathan Cooper's website at www.JonathanCooperLaw.com
  • How To Prove a Breach of Express Warranty Claim Under New York Law New York Breach of Contract and defective products lawyer Jonathan Cooper sets forth some of the basic elements needed to prove a breach of express warranty claim. For additional informative articles on breach of contract and warranty claims, please visit his website at www.JonathanCooperLaw.com, or download a copy of his Free Book on defective products claims from www.ProductsLiabilityBook.com.
  • How To Prove That A Product Was Defectively Designed Under NY Law In this article, Long Island, New York defective products lawyer Jonathan Cooper discusses what a plaintiff must prove in order to prevail on a defective design claim under New York law. For additional information on defective products lawsuits, please download a copy of Jonathan Cooper's Free eBook on defective products law at www.ProductsLiabilityBook.com.
  • How To Prove A Failure To Warn Claim Under New York Law What a plaintiff must prove in order to prevail on a claim that those in the chain of distribution of a product.
  • July 2009 Newsletter In Jonathan Cooper's July, 2009 firm newsletter, he covers topics that although are applicable to general litigation matters, they are primarily focused on the small business litigation context, particularly as they relate to breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty. For more information about these topics, please visit Jonathan Cooper's new small business law blog at www.nysmallbusinessattorney.com.
  • How To Prove Your School Negligence Case Under New York Law New York school negligence attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses what a student or their parents must prove in order to win a personal injury case against a school.
  • Why Some Bicycle Accident Claims Are Barred Under New York Law In this article, Long Island, New York bicycle accident lawyer Jonathan Cooper discusses how a recent decision by a New York appellate court conceded that the line between a viable or not viable personal injury lawsuit resulting from a biking accident is unclear. For more information on this topic, or to discuss your particular case, Long Island, New York personal injury attorney Jonathan Cooper can be reached at 516.791.5700.
  • How To Prove A Construction Site Accident Case in New York In this article, Long Island, New York construction site accident and personal injury attorney Jonathan Cooper sets forth some of the basic elements that a plaintiff must successfully prove in order to win his or her personal injury case. For more information on this topic, and personal injury cases generally, 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.TheNewYorkAccidentBook.com, or visit his wesbite at www.JonathanCooperLaw.com.
  • May '09 Newsletter In his May, 2009 Newsletter, Long Island, New York small business and personal injury attorney Jonathan Cooper addresses several current and important topics, including whether "Play at Your Own Risk" is recognized under New York law, and why some construction site accident cases are frivolous. For more information on these topics, please visit his website at www.JonathanCooperLaw.com.
  • Why It May Pay to Fight A Disclaimer of Coverage under NY Law In this article, Long Island, New York business litigation and insurance disclaimer attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses why a recent decision by one of New York's appellate courts serves as an important reminder why it may be worthwhile to contest and fight an insurer's declination to defend or indemnify an individual or business regarding claims, particularly with respect to environmental remediation or cleanup claims. To discuss your small business's particular issues with Mr. Cooper, please contact his Cedarhurst, Long Island office at 516.791.5700.
  • Elevator Accidents and Injuries Under New York Law In this article, Long Island and Queens, New York elevator accident attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses what a plaintiff needs to prove in order to win his or her case for personal injuries that were sustained due to a defective or malfunctioning elevator. For more information on personal injury cases generally, Mr. Cooper's free eBook entitled "Why Most Accident Victims Do Not Recover the Full Value of Their Claim" can be downloaded directly from www.TheNewYorkAccidentBook.com.
  • New York Construction Site Accidents: Why Fewer Cases Are Succeeding In this article, Long Island, New York personal injury and construction site litigation attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses how a recent decision from one of New York's appellate courts came to dismiss a construction worker's serious injury claims. For more information on personal injury, negligence and cases in New York, you can download Jonathan Cooper's FREE eBook entitled "Why Most Accident Victims Do Not Recover the Full Value of Their Claim" directly from www.TheNewYorkAccidentBook.com, or from his website at www.JonathanCooperLaw.com.