Tim Higgins was a presenter for the New York State Bar Association at the Construction Site Accident Claims & Litigation Program - December 2019
Mr. Higgins presented “The Effect and Interplay of Workers’ Compensation” in construction accident cases. If you have a construction site personal injury claim it is highly likely that you will also have a workers’ compensation claim. Lemire & Higgins will handle both these matters in sync to maximize your [...]
We are proud to announce that once again the following attorneys have been recognized by Super Lawyers Upstate New York in their primary practice areas: Timothy Higgins – Personal Injury and Christopher Lemire – Workers’ Compensation.
Thomson Reuters Super Lawyers list recognizes no more than five percent of attorneys in each state who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW UPDATE 2019 | ALB | LIVE & WEBCAST
Workers' Compensation Law Update 2019
What Every Lawyer Should Know
This program provided an overview of the fundamental concepts and issues faced in all workers’ compensation cases, together with seasoned faculty giving an in-depth treatment of several of the more complex issues frequently encountered by practitioners. New and experienced attorneys attended this practical program in [...]
Proud to be a sponsor of the Albany County Sheriff's Union Local 775 Teed Off for Tots Golf Tournament at the Fairways of Halfmoon - June 28, 2019
Hosted by the Albany County Correctional Facility staff and volunteers from our community committed to supporting seriously ill children whose families are in financial and emotional turmoil.
For some New Yorkers, the onset of summer weather means a return to favorite sporting activities, especially golf. Under New York law, persons who participate in sports and recreational activities assume the risk of getting hurt while doing so. But there is an exception to that rule which recently worked to the benefit of a golfer in Buffalo.
In the case Krych v. Bredenberg, decided on May 3, 2019, the Appellate Division of New York Supreme Court, Fourth Department (based in [...]