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Gair, Gair, Conason, Rubinowitz, Bloom, Hershenhorn, Steigman & Mackauf is a New York Plaintiff's personal injury law firm specializing in automobile accidents, construction accidents, medical malpractice, products liability, police misconduct and all types of New York personal injury litigation.

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Uninsured Motorist Coverage/Supplemental Underinsured Motorist Coverage

A. When and How It Applies:

1. Uninsured Motorist Coverage (UM) – Insurance Law Section 3420(f)(1) – is mandatory in New York State which makes certain that the minimum bodily insurance coverage mandated by law is available to those involved in an accident with an uninsured vehicle.

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From amnewyork By David Freedlander;

Twenty of the city’s high-rise crane returned to operation last week, but many of them are on construction sites that have received dozens of complaints and violations for unsafe working conditions.

The complaints range from the mundane to the alarming, but in the light of two deadly crane collapses this spring, both of which occurred on construction sites with a history of violations, some say any infraction raises red flags.

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Our Senior Partner Robert Conason and our Partner Rhonda Kay are contributing authors of Warren’s Negligence in the New York Courts, Second Edition.

Warren’s Negligence in the New York Courts has been a trusted authority for negligence attorneys practicing in New York for more than 60 years. It is one of the most thorough New York-specific treatises covering the key legal aspects of New York negligence law and important procedural matters for both plaintiff and defense attorneys.

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By: Anthony H. Gair and Howard S. Hershenhorn Gair Gair Conason Steigman&Mackauf

I. THE STARTING POINT

In order to maximize the eventual recovery on behalf of a plaintiff, a solid foundation supporting the damages claimed must be built. The construction of this foundation begins at the first interview with the plaintiff.