The Upcoming Release of a North Carolina Auto Accident Lawyer’s New Book Durham, NC: Personal Injury Attorney Kevin Ginsberg of the Taibi Kornbluth Law Group, P.A. is proud to announce that he will be releasing his first published book on Auto Accidents in February of 2017. The book is titled “Do I have a Legitimate Auto Accident Claim: Useful Info that May Help Your Case,” and provides its audience with a wealth of useful information and tips for each stage of the vehicle collision claims process. With all the different types of accidents that can fall under the “personal injury”… Read More
When a person goes to see a doctor or enters a hospital for treatment, they expect to receive the best possible care from their healthcare professionals. However, while in most cases that happens, there are times when medical personnel make mistakes. When this occurs, serious consequences can result that lead to life-altering injuries or in extreme circumstances death. When a medical mistake appears to have resulted from a serious lack of judgement or standard of care, it may be deemed to be medical malpractice. However, to know if you have a valid medical malpractice suit, it’s imperative to speak with… Read More
Michael Kornbluth and J. Michael Genest will be speaking on December 10, 2013 in Raleigh, North Carolina at a CLE on Advanced Employment Issues in North Carolina. The topic of the CLE is “The Brave New World of Workplace Technology”. The CLE is an advanced level program designed for labor and employment law attorneys and human resources directors.
Michael Kornbluth, Managing Partner of Taibi Kornbluth Law Group, P.A., has been elected to the Labor & Employment Section Council of the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA). His election occurred at the Labor & Employment Law Annual Meeting in October 2013 in Charleston, SC. His three year term will begin on July 1, 2013. Michael represents clients who have been harmed at work, including wrongful termination, sexual harassment, discrimination and work-related injuries.
By Jim Wise — News & Observer Staff writer The city of Durham will pay $2 million to settle a negligence suit brought by a pedestrian struck and injured by a city truck on Dec. 30, 2011. Attorneys for Reyes Abreo Gonzalez announced the settlement Wednesday afternoon after a hearing before Chief Superior Court Judge Orlando Hudson. “This resolves the issues,” said Michael Kornbluth, partner in the Taibi Kornbluth firm that represented Gonzales. Senior Assistant City Attorney Kimberly M. Rehberg said the city does not plan to make any statement on the settlement. “The City does not generally comment on… Read More
By Ray Gronberg firstname.lastname@example.org; 919-419-6648 DURHAM — City officials have settled for $2 million an accident claim from a man who suffered head injuries after being hit by a Water Management Department truck late in 2012. Half the payment to Reyes Abreo Gonzalez is being covered by insurance. The rest is coming from the city’s tax-funded risk-management reserve, Senior Assistant City Attorney Kim Rehberg said. Rehberg and lawyers for Gonzalez negotiated the deal out of court, prior to and heading off the filing of a lawsuit. “As soon as that accident happened, we had our own risk folks look at… Read More
Is it the employers fault or the drivers fault when hit by a company car? Being in an accident of any sort can be frustrating and overwhelming. It does not get any less stressful when you are in a car accident with a company vehicle. It can be confusing trying to figure out who the responsible party is in the case. The law of negligence is responsible for determining who is to blame when in an accident. At times, it might be clear who the responsible party is. Other times, both parties share responsibility for the accident. Then, there are… Read More