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What Is the July Effect – and Will It Affect Me?

When physicians take the symbolic Hippocratic Oath, they vow to heal those who seek their help. Most medical students are also taught very early on the famous Latin phrase, “primum non nocere,” which translates to, “First do no harm.” Medical schools place importance on the patient’s health first. But before doctors gain real-world experience, they Read More

After a Hotel Slip-and-Fall, Can You Sue?

Vacations are supposed to be a time of fun, excitement, and most of all, relaxation. When you’re in a hotel, you expect hotel management to look out for your welfare. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. One of the biggest risks at a hotel is a slip-and-fall accident. One Texas woman has been awarded Read More

How Construction Can Harm Pedestrians

Living in a big city comes with its pros and cons. One of the biggest cons, besides the heavy traffic and noise, is the never-ending construction taking place. Big cities are constantly developing to accommodate more and more people. From high-rises to shopping plazas, new construction is always just around the corner from you. Whether Read More

3 Tips for Moving After a Major Loss

Moving on after the death of a loved one isn’t easy. Psychologists will tell you there are five stages of grief, but no one can say in which order you’ll experience them or even how much time you’ll spend in each stage. In other words, there is no manual for mourning; you have to move Read More

DHS Propone Cambiar la Regla de “Carga Pública”

El 10 de octubre de 2018, la administración de Trump publicó cambios propuestos a la regla de carga pública para garantizar que las personas admitidas como inmigrantes y poseedores de visas temporales sean más autosuficientes y no una carga pública (alguien que probablemente sea principalmente dependiente del gobierno para su supervivencia). La regla propuesta ampliará Read More

DHS Proposes Change to “Public Charge” Rule

On October 10, 2018, the Trump administration published its proposed changes to the public charge rule in order to ensure that those admitted as immigrants and temporary visa holders are more likely to be self-sufficient, and not a public charge (someone who is likely to be primarily dependent on the government for survival).  The proposed Read More

What Happens After a Rideshare Accident?

As Uber and Lyft continue taking over the world of transportation, one question becomes more and more urgent: who pays in the event of a rideshare accident? Transportation network companies have made life significantly easier, as we now have our own private chauffeurs at the tap of a phone screen. But with the good comes Read More

Medication Errors Can Mean Tragedy

We tend to think of medication as life-saving, but it can also be life-ending. When doctors make mistakes and give patients a wrong dose of medication, too much medication, or a deadly combination of drugs, patients end up suffering greatly – sometimes, even dying. This was what happened in the tragic and senseless case of Read More

Do Non-Citizens Have to Pay Taxes?

In short, yes. Even though they may not be citizens, nonresidents (foreign nationals, or those who have not passed the green card test or the substantial presence test) and residents alike must file tax returns if they have been engaged in trade or business in the United States during the year. Tax Differences for Citizens, Read More

Should I Be Afraid of NYC Bus Tour Accidents?

Tour buses are a fairly popular tourist attraction in big cities such as New York. They are convenient and take you to the main hot spots without the hassle of driving or finding parking. However, their safety has been put to question recently—and for good reason. More and more, The Case Handler team at Pollack, Read More

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