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Evidence for a Premises Liability Claim

Premises liability accidents leave our clients with difficult injuries, including head injuries, whiplash, back pain, and more. The good news is that Vermont law allows visitors to sue the property owner in many cases, especially where the owner invited them onto the property but did not ensure it was reasonably safe. To make a successful …

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5 Situations Where You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer

At Larson & Gallivan Law, we meet with many people who tried in good faith to negotiate their own personal injury settlement. Maybe they got into a minor crash years ago and they handled the insurance claim themselves. They think it’s easy—a few forms to fill out and then, a week later, a check in …

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Seat Belt Injuries

New York requires that motorists buckle up. This law promotes public safety and has helped to reduce the number of car accident fatalities and serious injuries. Nonetheless, seat belts can also cause injuries in a crash. Car accidents are so traumatic that occupants can suffer serious injuries when the seat belt restrains them. At Larson …

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Unusual Motorcycle Accident Injuries

Motorcyclists suffer many of the same injuries that other accident victims do, such as concussions, back injuries, and burns. However, they also tend to suffer some injuries that are unique to motorcyclists. At Larson & Gallivan Law, ourGlens Falls motorcycle accident lawyers are committed to obtaining meaningful compensation for your injuries. Below, we look briefly …

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Rules for Pedestrians , and the Motorists Who Love Them

Pedestrian accidents have many causes, but disregard for other people’s safety is a major reason. Helpfully, New York’s Vehicle & Traffic Law lays out detailed rules that both pedestrians and motorists must follow. If everyone would simply obey the law, the number of accidents would decline dramatically. At Larson & Gallivan Law, we pride ourselves …

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Drug & Alcohol Use Leads to Truck Accidents

Hauling long distances is a lonely profession, so it is not surprising that many truckers turn to drugs or alcohol to help them get through the day. Unfortunately, too many truckers end up impaired as a result, and they cause collisions. Larson & Gallivan Law understands the trucking industry quite well. We know that long …

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Dispelling Six Myths About Workers’ Compensation Claims in Vermont

Were you or a loved one hurt while on the job in Vermont? You are far from alone. While every employee in our state deserves safe, fair working conditions, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that nearly 7,000 Vermonters are injured on the job each year. When a workplace injury or workplace illness forces …

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Your Guide to Lane-Splitting Motorcycle Accidents in Glens Falls

It is no secret that it can be a lot easier for motorcyclists to navigate by—or in between—stopped or slow-moving traffic. It is a practice known as motorcycle lane-splitting. While it is permitted in some jurisdictions, motorcycle lane-splitting is not allowed in New York. What happens if a lane-splitting motorcycle is involved in a crash? …

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How Can ECM Data Help With a Semi-Truck Accident Claim in Glens Falls, NY

The National Safety Council (NSC) reports that large commercial truck accidents contribute to approximately 100,000 injuries and 6,000 fatalities on American roadways each year. The immense size of large trucks makes them inherently dangerous. Following an accident with a semi-truck, it is imperative that victims and their families have access to all of the information …

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If you’ve been seriously injured, our Rutland, VT personal injury law firm is here to provide you support, guidance, and representation as you seek damages. Please call us today for a free consultation. We can begin working on your case immediately.
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