David Perecman – The Perecman Firm, PLLC


New York, New York 10107, United States

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Top New York Workers’ Compensation Attorney David Perecman Discusses Recent Changes to New York’s Workers’ Compensation Guidelines

The New York Construction Accident Attorneys focus on cases involving workers’ compensation, employment discrimination, personal injury, and premises accidents in New York and New Jersey, including Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn,…more
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Top New York Attorney David Perecman – Premise Liability: What if the Injury is Caused by a Third Party?

The New York Construction Accident Attorneys focus on cases involving workers’ compensation, employment discrimination, personal injury, and premises accidents in New York and New Jersey, including Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn,…more
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New York Laws Ban Some Women from filing Medical Malpractice Suits for Botched Mammograms

“Falls are foreseeable and can be eliminated or controlled before they cause injury or even death,” continued Perecman, the founder of The Perecman Firm, one of New York’s construction accident law firms. The New York…more
| Personal Injury

Brooklyn Tortilla Factory Owner Admits Guilt to FLSA and Workers’ Compensation Violations

“Falls are foreseeable and can be eliminated or controlled before they cause injury or even death,” continued Perecman, the founder of The Perecman Firm, one of New York’s construction accident law firms. The New York…more
| Personal Injury

Top New York Construction Accident Lawyer from The Perecman Firm Comments on Fatal Construction Worker Fall from Third-Floor Window

The New York Employment Discrimination Attorneys focus on cases involving employment discrimination, civil rights, and workers compensation in New York and New Jersey, including Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Westchester, the…more
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Top New York Employment Discrimination Attorney David Perecman: Racy Attire Should not be the Basis for Employment Discrimination

The New York Employment Discrimination Attorneys focus on cases involving employment discrimination, civil rights, and workers compensation in New York and New Jersey, including Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Westchester, the…more
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State of New Jersey Could Open Liability in NFL Player’s High Speed Road Race

If you are involved in a vehicle accident with a government employee driving a government vehicle, contact an experienced attorney immediately. Most governments have a short statute of limitations, and if the deadline is…more
| Personal Injury

The Perecman Firm Scores Another Victory

The trial judge had decided that summary judgment was not proper because a jury had to decide if the defendants were required to provide more protection than the ladder itself where, as here, the crane operator had slipped off…more
| Personal Injury

Deadly Construction Accident Spurs Change in New York City Building Inspections

On March 15th, seven people were killed on 51st St. east of Second Avenue when construction workers were “jumping” – installing steel bracing so additional section could be added – the crane, and a six-ton steel collar broke…more
| Personal Injury

Unpaid Wages are a Serious Workers’ Compensation Issue

When all or any of these factors are present and the intern is the primary beneficiary of the arrangements, the intern’s activities can be unpaid. If the employer is the primary beneficiary, an employment relationship exists…more
| Worker’s Compensation

Manhattan Medical Malpractice Attorney Brings Update on Health Court Proposal

President Obama, and GOP presidential candidates Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney, have all endorsed the creation of specialized health courts to rein in spiraling medical malpractice litigation. In a letter to Congressional…more
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U.S. Supreme Court OK’s Strip Searches on New Inmates

The U.S. Supreme Court has held that prison officials may perform strip searches on new inmates, even when they have no reason to suspect the inmate is involved in some criminal activity. Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders…more
| Civil Rights

From the Bronx to Brooklyn, Long Island to Westchester, New Powers Tackle Police Misconduct

The New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board (NYCCB) has been given broad authority to prosecute police misconduct cases. Under an agreement between the New York City Council, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and the New York…more
| Civil Rights

New York Construction Accident Lawyer Expands New York’s Labor Law

In Kempisty v 246 Spring Street, the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York, First Department has held the motion court erred in finding that Labor Law § 240(1) did not apply to a worker’s injury caused by…more
| Personal Injury

Injuries on the Job May be Compensable

Workers injured on the job, or who have a workplace illness, may receive compensation through their employer’s workers’ compensation insurance, regardless of fault. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and…more
| Personal Injury
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