Edward Joel Lake’s Guides

Edward Joel Lake

Sayville Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. Things to Know About Death Certificates in Wrongful Death Claims

    Written by attorney Edward Lake, 3 months ago.

    A death certificate may be an important part of your wrongful death claim as a means of proving the cause of death. This document is part of the evidence that can prove negligence in a case of wrongfu

  2. A Truck Driver’s Blind Spots and How to Stay Out of Them

    Written by attorney Edward Lake, 4 months ago.

    The larger the vehicle, the larger the blind spots. Truck drivers’ blind spots are areas around the truck where the driver does not have a clear view of nearby objects. If you are in one of these four

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  3. Four Things You Should Know About Autopsies and Wrongful Death Claims

    Written by attorney Edward Lake, 4 months ago.

    Especially in cases of medical malpractice, an autopsy may be necessary to determine the exact cause of a patient’s death. Autopsies can provide important evidence for a legal case where the defendant

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  4. Signs of Brain Injury from New York Motorcycle Accidents

    Written by attorney Edward Lake, 4 months ago.

    A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is not an uncommon injury after a motorcycle accident. TBIs can be categorized in several levels of severity, each with specific symptoms to watch. Signs of a Mild Traum

  5. 4 Ways to Learn about Auto Recalls

    Written by attorney Edward Lake, 4 months ago.

    Every year millions of auto recalls are issued for defective vehicle parts or designs. An auto defect can cause electrical failures, fires, loss of vehicle control, and other hazards. When you own a v

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  6. 3 Types of Eye Protection for Riding a Motorcycle and How They Help

    Written by attorney Edward Lake, 4 months ago.

    New York's motorcycle laws require that a rider have some form of eye protection that conforms to the standards of the American National Standard Institute. There are many types of helmets, goggles, a

  7. Manufacturer Defects and New York Motorcycle Accidents

    Written by attorney Edward Lake, 5 months ago.

    When a motorcycle manufacturer is negligent in its bike design or production, a defect may occur that puts riders at risk of injury. The following are common types of manufacturer defects that may cau

  8. 4 Common Injuries from a Frontal Impact Car Collision

    Written by attorney Edward Lake, 5 months ago.

    A frontal impact car collision, also known as a head-on collision, is one of the deadliest types of car accidents. The severity of the injuries depends on the speed of the vehicle(s) and safety featur

  9. Gear Up: 3 Types of Eye Protection Used When Riding a Motorcycle and How They Help

    Written by attorney Edward Lake, 5 months ago.

    New York's motorcycle laws require that a rider wear eye protection that conforms to the guidelines of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). The ANSI mission is to assure the safety of con

  10. Dangers and Signs of Defective Electrical Wiring in a Car

    Written by attorney Edward Lake, 5 months ago.

    Today's cars are full of special features that require an abundance of electrical wiring. When manufacturer defects in the electrical wiring system create the potential for failure or hazards, a defec

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