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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  • Do You Have Pecuniary Loss? Pecuniary loss is the economic loss suffered as a result of someone else causing you injury. It is part of the compensation that you can seek to reclaim in a lawsuit here in New York.
  • What is summary judgment? It may come as a shock to you but the lawyers who represent the people you have sued will do everything within their legal power and right to get your case thrown out, dismissed, reduced and minimized, all at your expense. When your attorney calls you and tells you the attorneys who represent the people you have sued have asked the court to throw out your case, I guarantee you will be outraged. You will feel frustrated. You will want to scream. You will be confused. You may think “How dare someone who didn't go through what I went through, try to get my case dismissed on a legal technicality?”
  • Pharmacy Prescription Errors Today is one of my favorite topics, and that's medication errors, not because it happens, but because it's preventable. How does it happen? Well, you get a prescription from the doctor, or maybe you're taking a regular prescription and now you go to the pharmacy to pick up your medications. What happens? You don't notice that the medication that you're given is a little bit different, or maybe totally different, than what you're used to. You take the medication as directed and you know what? Instead of getting better, you're simply getting worse. How do you learn about a medication error?
  • Credibility-The Most Important Part of Your Lawsuit Some people think that facts are the most important part of a lawsuit. Others think that the law is most important. The reality is that your credibility is the
  • You’ve just won a large verdict in your New York medical malpractice case. What happens next? You’ve won a large verdict in your medical malpractice case. Do you think the doctor or hospital writes you a check for that amount of money right then and there? If you do, you’re wrong. It would be nice if that were the case, but the reality is that it doesn’t happen. Well, what happens after you get your stunning verdict? In New York here’s the sequence of events:
  • Just Released! January 2010 Edition: New York Injury Times newsletter An action-packed collection of stories, games, info you need to know and beautiful photos for you to look at. Looking for a "dull & boring" lawyer's newsletter? You won't find that here. In this packed January 2010 edition of our New York Injury Times newsletter, January 2010 edition you're going to find: (1) Lawyer Spotlight, (2) FAQ's and answers you need to know, (3) Test your knowledge with Gerry's Trivia Game, (4) Gerry's Never-Ending (Fictional) Story, (5) Shells of Sanibel Photo Gallery and (6) Video Update.
  • Just Released! January 2010 Edition: New York Injury Times newsletter An action-packed collection of stories, games, info you need to know and beautiful photos for you to look at. Looking for a "dull & boring" lawyer's newsletter? You won't find that here. In this packed January 2010 edition of our New York Injury Times newsletter, January 2010 edition you're going to find: (1) Lawyer Spotlight, (2) FAQ's and answers you need to know, (3) Test your knowledge with Gerry's Trivia Game, (4) Gerry's Never-Ending (Fictional) Story, (5) Shells of Sanibel Photo Gallery and (6) Video Update.
  • Just Released! January 2010 Edition: New York Injury Times newsletter An action-packed collection of stories, games, info you need to know and beautiful photos for you to look at. Looking for a "dull & boring" lawyer's newsletter? You won't find that here. In this packed January 2010 edition of our New York Injury Times newsletter, January 2010 edition you're going to find: (1) Lawyer Spotlight, (2) FAQ's and answers you need to know, (3) Test your knowledge with Gerry's Trivia Game, (4) Gerry's Never-Ending (Fictional) Story, (5) Shells of Sanibel Photo Gallery and (6) Video Update.
  • Looking for a Physical Therapist in Nassau County? Here is a list of physical therapists on the North Shore of Long Island. This listing is up-to-date as of December 2, 2009. Many injured victims need physical therapy and rehabilitation therapy to get better from their injuries. Where do you go? Where do you turn to? Most likely, you'll ask your treating doctor or orthopedist for a recommendation. Many doctors have relationships with physical and rehabilitation specialists. As a public service, I offer this alphabetical list to you. By way of disclosure, I have no professional connection to any of the physical therapists listed here, and they did not and have not paid me any money to appear in this listing. If you are searching for a physical therapist online, look carefully to see whether the listing they are in is a paid or sponsored listing that allows them to get placed higher above someone who does not pay a fee to get their listing.
  • Lawsuit Lottery Jackpot! Do you think lawsuits that seek compensation for injuries are frivolous? Do you think injured victims bring lawsuits to try and hit the 'jackpot' and live on easystreet for the rest of their lives? If you do, you're 100% wrong. Read the article to find out why.