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The Art of Summation

The Art of Summation by Elliot H. Taub The art of summation, like other arts, is the ability to convey a concept. The painter makes a sketch in which he arranges the contents of his picture so …
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The Importance of Underinsurance

The Importance of Underinsurance Too often people are injured by motorists who are drastically under-insured or not injured at all causing a crisis. Here is such a scenario and a means to prepare and avoid …
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The Village Voice Covers the Quandary of Special Needs Trusts

The Village Voice Covers the Quandary of Special Needs Trusts This week, the Village Voice took up the issue of Special Needs Trusts — special funds created to ensure that beneficiaries who are disabled or …
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The Taub Law Firm, P.C. Secures $4,000,000 Settlement for 55 Year Old Woman

The Taub Law Firm, P.C. secures $4,000,000 Settlement for 55 Year Old Woman. The Taub Law Firm, P.C. secures $4,000,000 Settlement for 55 Year Old Woman Involved in a Motor Vehicle v. Pedestrian Accident.  Contact …
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$800,000 RECOVERY – Premise Liability

$800,000 RECOVERY – Premise Liability $800,000 RECOVERY –Premise Liability – Fall down – Failure to adequately clear ice and snow from parking lot after snow storm that prompted defendant to request plaintiff oil delivery person …
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Want SUM? You Should!

Want SUM? You Should! Auto insurance is not something most people want to spend too much of their time thinking about. It is simple to understand why you need it and you know by law …
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Taub Law Firm continuing to protect the Rights of its Clients

Taub Law Firm continuing to protect the Rights of its Clients Lawyers Defending Kennedy In Nurses’ Suit Are DisqualifiedATTORNEYS for a Kennedy family member fighting a civil suit by two hospital nurses have been disqualified …
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Personal Injury Litigation: Concepts and Practices

Personal Injury Litigation: Concepts and Practices Whenever a person is injured due to the actions or, occasionally, the inaction of another person, it is possible that they have suffered a personal injury, and may be able …
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Join Our Petition to subscribe NYC to “PublicStuff”

Join Our Petition to subscribe NYC to “PublicStuff” Join Our Petition to subscribe NYC to “PublicStuff,” a Convenient and Efficient Mobile App That Addresses Potholes and Other City Defects*Update: the petition is now live and …
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What Happened to Lawyers? Proposed changes for a deteriorated profession.

What Happened to Lawyers? Proposed changes for a deteriorated profession. (Note: on the web site Medium, this is a collaborative post where readers can weigh in with their own thoughts and comments. Please join the …
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“A Charmed City, Slated for Ruin” (Op-Ed in The Brooklyn Eagle)

“A Charmed City, Slated for Ruin” (Op-Ed in The Brooklyn Eagle) My Op-Ed, “A Charmed City, Slated for Ruin,” was published today by The Brooklyn Daily Eagle.The essay catalogues critical junctures the City of New …
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Are Your Facebook Posts Discoverable?

Are Your Facebook Posts Discoverable? Access to Social Media by Opposing Counsel In Your LawsuitBelieve it or not, access to a Plaintiff’s Facebook and other “social media” postings may be uncovered by the opposing party …
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A Tree Falls In Manhattan

A Tree Falls In Manhattan Death and Series Injury Cases Involving Falling Branches The New York Times recently ran a three part series about the dangers of falling tree limbs and branches in Central Park …
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Elliot Taub on NBC’s “Today” Show

Elliot Taub on NBC’s “Today” Show Representing Nurses in Lawsuit Over Altercation With RFK’s SonElliot H. Taub, Esq., of The Taub Law Firm, P.C., recently appeared on NBC’s “Today” Show to discuss his firm’s involvement …
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A Plaintiff’s Injury Causes Memory Loss. So How Can She Prove Her Case?

A Plaintiff’s Injury Causes Memory Loss. So How Can She Prove Her Case? An Analysis of the ‘Noseworthy’ Doctrine in NY Tort Law In most personal injury actions, the injured Plaintiff is willing and able …
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$1,050,000 for Injured Pedestrian

$1,050,000 for Injured Pedestrian Aguilar, Estela v. Williams, Charles, E, Jr. and Tek Express, Inc.On November 3, 2011 a settlement of $1,050,000 was obtained for a 53-year-old female domestic worker who suffered a traumatic brain injury with …
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World Trade Center Litigation

World Trade Center Litigation Ten years after the events of 9/11, several recent Court decisions have analyzed whether U.S. airline companies, security personnel, and building designers should have anticipated and perhaps prevented the 1993 and …
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“Assumption of Risk” Update

“Assumption of Risk” Update If you attend a baseball game and get struck by a foul ball, you are deemed to have “assumed the risk” of injury by choosing to attend (and are therefore precluded …
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Defamation Law Update

Defamation Law Update Defamation (the false and unjustified injury of the good reputation of another) entered the digital age in New York this year. Numerous Court decisions grappled with whether incendiary statements in blogs, web …
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“Hot Coffee” Documentary Premieres on HBO

“Hot Coffee” Documentary Premieres on HBO We all know the details of the infamous McDonald’s Coffee Case. Or do we? Did you know that the Plaintiff, Stella Liebeck, was a passenger in her vehicle, not the driver? …
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