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  • What Do I Need to Know About Intersection Car Accidents?

    A busy intersection can be very dangerous if motorists do not pay close attention to traffic signals and other vehicles in the vicinity. In fact, according to the Federal Highway Administration, more than half of all car accidents occur at or near intersections. Traffic lights, turn signals, stop signs, and posted speed limits help keep[…]


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    Amputations from Medical Negligence

    Medical mistakes are a leading cause of disability and death in the United States. They can cause several different types of complications, but in some of the most serious of cases, these avoidable errors lead to the loss of a limb. Medical malpractice is the legal cause of action that the injured individual can take[…]


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    Workplace Hazard: Deadly Falls

    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistic’s (BLS) most recent workplace injury data, 880 workers died from slips, trips, and falls in 2019. Sadly, this number represents only a miniscule decrease from the year before. Fatal falls are second only to transportation incidents when it comes to the leading causes of deadly workplace accidents. The[…]


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    More Than 8,000 Forklift Injuries Annually

    According to the National Safety Council (NSC), forklifts were the source of 79 work-related deaths and 8,140 nonfatal injuries in 2019. Forklift injuries and deaths most commonly result from transportation incidents or contact with object or equipment incidents. Equipment malfunction and operator error are two leading causes behind these forklift accidents, which is why providing[…]


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    How can Outdoor Workers Stay Safe During Winter Weather?

    Jobs that require workers to spend a significant amount of time outdoors are often exposed to freezing temperatures, gusts of wind, snow, and icy conditions. In addition to the discomfort of being cold, workers who spend prolonged periods of time outside are at an increased risk for frostbite, hypothermia, slip and fall injuries, and car[…]


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    A Message to Our Clients About Coronavirus COVID-19:
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    A Message to Our Clients About Coronavirus COVID-19:

    At Galfand Berger, LLP we view the safety and well-being of our clients, staff, and business partners as our highest priority.

    Our offices are now open. Visits are by appointment only. And, per state, municipal and CDC guidelines, all visitors to our firm must wear masks.

    We are happy to arrange for phone or video consultations.

    Should you have any concerns regarding an upcoming meeting with us, please call our firm at (800) 222-8792.

    Thank you and take care.