This is not your typical library. Most library's have row after row of dusty books sitting on shelves. Not this one. Contained within this library are hundreds and thousands of articles about medical malpractice, accidents and wrongful death. The goal of creating this vast library is to inform you, the consumer, about how these cases work.

I have free reports, hundreds of educational videos, books and much more. All this information will empower you to become better informed consumers and help you decide which attorney is right for you and what you need to do next.

Take your time, read as much as you can, watch the videos and if you have questions, I encourage you to pick up the phone and schedule a phone consultation with me at 516-487-8207. 

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  • New York Car Accident Victim Loses Settlement Money After Government Steps In Learn how not having enough car insurance in New York resulted in an injured victims' inability to receive proper compensation. Find out why the Federal Government stepped in and took virtually all of the money this injured man received in his settlement. Read how Medicare can recover money from an injured victim when the victim brings a lawsuit to recover compensation for his injuries. An experienced car accident attorney practicing law in New York, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Staten Island, Nassau, Suffolk and Long Island explains.
  • NY Car Accidents- "Can I Still Sue If I Didn't File A No-Fault Claim?" Learn how much time you have to file a no-fault claim in New York and whether the failure to timely file your no-fault claim will hamper your ability to file a lawsuit. Learn from an experienced New York medical malpractice & personal injury lawyer practicing law in Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, NY, Staten Island, Nassau & Suffolk why it's important to timely file your no-fault claim.
  • NY Accidents- "Is there a maximum amount of money I can recover for my injuries?" Learn from an experienced New York car accident attorney practicing law in Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, NY, Staten Island, Nassau & Suffolk whether there is a maximum amount of money that you can recover in your car accident lawsuit. Learn the different types of damages that are available in your lawsuit, from pain & suffering to lost income to medical expenses and more.
  • NY Car Accidents- "If I sue the driver of the car that hit me, will he lose his license?" Learn from an experienced New York car accident attorney practicing negligence law and personal injury law in Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, New York, Staten Island, Nassau & Suffolk whether the driver of a car who is sued will lose their license to drive.
  • NY Accidents- "If I'm a teenager in NY, can I bring a lawsuit on my own?" Learn from an experienced New York car accident attorney practicing law in Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, NY, Staten Island, Nassau & Suffolk whether a teenager can bring a lawsuit on their own. Do they need a parent's permission? Can they hire a lawyer on their own? Read the article to find out.
  • New York Car Accident Attorney-Top Ten Things To Look For When Choosing A Lawyer Learn the top ten things to look for when choosing a car accident lawyer in New York. The purpose of this article is to provide you, the consumer, with information about what you need to know BEFORE you ever step into a lawyer's office. Learn from Gerry Oginski, an experienced New York accident attorney who practices in Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, New York, Staten Island, Nassau & Suffolk Counties.
  • Bicycle Accidents In New York- Bicycle V. Car, Who Wins? Learn what a young man went through when he was smashed into the road by a fast-moving car who never saw the bicyclist. Learn what safety features bicyclists have compared to a car. Read what an experienced New York accident lawyer has to say about bicycles and cars and what happens when they unintentionally meet up.
  • Car Accidents in NY- 7 Reasons You May Not Want to Sue Learn the seven reasons why you many not want to bring a lawsuit if you've been injured in a car accident case in the State of New York. The reasons may be
  • "What Color Was The Light?" Asked The Police Officer If an officer isn't on the scene, an ambulance attendant might ask, or even a good Samaritan checking to see if you're ok. Most people want to know, even at the scene of a gruesome accident, who went through the red light.
  • Car Accidents- 5 Reasons To Sue Your Parents Learn why you may have to sue your parents if you were a passenger in a car driven by one of your parents and were involved in an accident.