A 34-year-old Ecuadorian immigrant lost his life at a Queens construction site on Tuesday, March 13. The incident occurred right before 11 a.m. near the intersection of 150th St. and 89th Ave.
If you take care of someone with special needs, then it's important for you to start thinking about how you'd like him or her to be taken care of in the future if something were to happen to you. It's particularly important that if he or she either plans to or is already receiving government benefits, that a special needs trust (SNT) be set up to ensure that can happen.
A 58-year-old Queens resident was struck as she crossed Kew Gardens Road at its intersection with 82nd Road this past Tuesday morning, March 13. The fatal pedestrian accident occurred just after 6:45 a.m.
As the winter weather begins to thaw, swimming pools and the enormous amount of fun they bring begin to enter our radars in New York. However, pools also present real dangers to visiting guests. Regardless of whether the pool is being used at any given moment, the owners of pools need to take precautions to keep visitors safe. The negligence of owners to take necessary safety precautions is not only an error in judgment, it's unlawful and will open up the pool owner to liability issues in the event of a serious accident.
When it comes to revocable trusts, many look to them as a way of not having to pay as much in taxes. They offer quite a bit more in terms of benefits, though.