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:
 
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  • When a Workers' Comp Board's Negative Finding Won't Bar a NY Negligence Claim Just because a Workers Compensation Board found that you have no lingering disability doesn't inherently mean your personal injury case is DOA in New York.
  • Why "Reckless Disregard" Is Much Harder to Prove Than Negligence in NY Long Island, New York negligence lawyer Jonathan Cooper explains why it's much harder to prove reckless disregard than ordinary negligence under New York law.
  • Why Many Car Accident Cases Involving Police Fail in New York Nassau County, NY car accident lawyer Jonathan Cooper describes one reason why many car accident cases involving police are doomed to fail in New York.
  • When Rear-Ending Another Vehicle Isn't Automatically Fatal to a New York Car Accident Case Long Island & Queens, NY car accident lawyer Jonathan Cooper discusses when rear-ending another car isn't automatically fatal to a NY car accident case.
  • When the Duties of a Bus Driver to His Passengers End Under New York Law When does a bus driver's responsibility to his passengers end in NY? For additional information, contact Jonathan Cooper directly at 516-791-5700.
  • New York's Responsibilities for Dangerous Roads Long Island & Queens, New York auto accident and personal injury lawyer Jonathan Cooper discusses what duties local municipalities have to maintain their roadways under New York law. For additional information on this topic, please contact Jonathan Cooper at his Nassau County office at 516-791-5700.
  • Why a Malfunctioning Traffic Signal Alone Isn't Enough to Hold NYC Liable in Negligence Long Island & Queens, New York car accident, municipal liability and personal injury lawyer Jonathan Cooper discusses why the mere fact that a traffic control device governing an intersection wasn't working doesn't mean that the City is automatically liable for a car accident or pedestrian knock-down under New York law. For additional information on this topic, please contact Jonathan Cooper directly at his Nassau County office at 516-791-5700.
  • What Is the "Emergency Doctrine" in a New York Car Accident Case? In this article, Long Island, New York car accident and personal injury lawyer Jonathan Cooper explains what the emergency doctrine is under New York law. For additional information on how to avoid the 10 mistakes that are guaranteed to reduce the value of your New York accident case, please visit https://www.jonathancooperlaw.com/reports/free-new-york-personal-injury-book-why-most-accident-victims-do-not-recover-the-full-value-of-t.cfm, or contact Jonathan Cooper directly at 516-791-5700.
  • How New York's Dram Shop Laws Hold Bars Liable for Drunk Drivers Long Island, New York auto accident and personal injury attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses how, under certain circumstances, a bar can be held liable for the injuries sustained by the victim of a drunk driver. For additional information on how accident cases are evaluated under New York law, please see https://www.jonathancooperlaw.com/reports/free-new-york-personal-injury-book-why-most-accident-victims-do-not-recover-the-full-value-of-t.cfm, or contact Jonathan Cooper directly at 516-791-5700.
  • When a NY Police Officer Causes Your Auto Accident Long Island, New York auto accident and personal injury attorney Jonathan Cooper discusses how auto accidents that are caused by a New York police officer are handled and evaluated under New York law. For additional information regarding how auto accident claims are generally handled under New York law, please download a Free copy of Jonathan Cooper's book, "Why Most Accident Victims Do Not Recover the Full Value of Their Claim" from www.TheNewYorkAccidentBook.com, or contact Jonathan Cooper directly at 516-791-5700.
  • 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.
  • 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.