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Please take extra caution to watch for bicyclists. There have been numerous bicycle accidents in the Buffalo area and southern Ontario in recent weeks. As a personal injury attorney I see how an instantaneous distraction often causes serious personal injury. Last Friday, a bicyclist was run over by a pickup truck turning right into a […]

We here in Western New York consistently produce world class athletes. Two deserve a Hats off today. Congratulations to office mate Larry Reagan’s daughter, Emily Reagan, who earned a spot on the United States Olympic rowing team and will be representing us in Rio De Janeiro this summer. Also, Austin Osmaski, nephew of Jill Wnek, […]

After a Thruway crash, a major insurance company refused to acknowledge a mild traumatic brain injury widely recognized among treating healthcare providers. Gary Moss is an active, generous and giving man. As manager of a carpet store, he sometimes worked 60 hours per week, enjoyed managing and training salespeople, resolving customer concerns and is very […]

Nobody wants to be involved in a car accident. It’s stressful and sometimes results in serious injuries that can greatly affect your life. However, if you are involved in a car accident, here are five quick tips to keep in mind that will make it easier to deal with the consequences of your accident: #1.) […]

As a personal injury attorney, I have often been concerned about the lack of diagnosis and treatment of traumatic brain injury (TBI) in injured people I represent. Fortunately, we have come to a time when there is more awareness and understanding of the need for medical professionals to address brain injuries. This awareness it is […]

Feroleto Law attorney, Joel Feroleto, and Christopher Hull, Director of Community Development for the Town of Hamburg, New York were honored on April 14, 2015 with the Sarah G. Metzger Human Rights Award by Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME). As a Buffalo Common Councilmember, Joel Feroleto introduced an amendment, which was passed unanimously and signed […]

The New York State Health Department is the state agency responsible for imposing fines on nursing homes when safety violations occur.  In 2007, the average time to issue a fine was six months.  Currently, it takes the State Health Department an average of four years to levy a fine.  Typically, fines are placed when there […]

A Call to Safeguard Workers

The Western New York Council on Occupational Safety and Health, “WNYCOSH”, an independent not-for-profit safety group issued a report January 25, 2016, providing that the Scaffold Law, Labor Law Section 240 is essential to protect construction workers. As a son of a construction worker, I feel strongly that work sites should be safe. As a […]

I Take It Personally

I take personally, when a person or company tries to keep the truth from the public.  I, as an attorney, was gagged by a trial judge in the case Fordham-Coleman v. National Fuel Gas Distrib. Corp., 42 A.D.3d 106 (4th Dept. 2007).  I represented the family of an elderly woman who froze to death after […]

Researchers investigating radiation from cell phones disagree on whether cell phones are a potential carcinogen, however there is a growing body of research which is raising concern. Some safety precautions are discussed below. Personal injury attorneys have seen many products with delayed onset injuries. Examples include asbestos, which now can accurately be attributed to causing […]