Food and Your Mood

Eating regular meals and snacks stabilizes your blood sugar and your mood.  It seems that the biggest bad mood contributors are junk foods (i.e. candy, soda, etc.) and refined white starches (i.e. white bread, white rice, etc.). They may satisfy your taste buds in the short term, but they won’t positively affect your mood because […]

The Power of Juicing

Juicing has been a “tried and true” way to incorporate more fruits and veggies into your diet.  You can find juicing recipes at your fingertips these days or just visit your local juice shop.  Fresh juice helps you beat sugar overload and is filled with vitamins A, C, and E, which act as antioxidants.   Juicing […]

FOA’s Commitment to Clients Maintaining Healthy Lifestyles

Fine, Olin, & Anderman, LLP represents individuals that are disabled due to workplace accidents.   Not only are we a legal resource, but we are also dedicated to ensuring that our clients maintain healthy lifestyles.   We will be posting health and stress management tips and tools.   It is our hope that you will find this information […]

Bronx Jury Finds for CWA Worker After Car Crash – Verdict $350,000

It was a routine drive back to the Verizon shop on Westchester Ave in the Bronx after a service call when a distracted driver crashed into the side of our clients service truck.   At first, he thought he would be fine, but the pain got worse and worse.  Eventually, he needed surgery to his neck.  […]

General Contractor Held Accountable For Unsafe Place To Work by Sub-Contractor – $850,000 Settlement

General contractors must provide a safe place to work for all sub-contractors. If one sub-contractor leaves a dangerous condition at the construction site and another sub-contractor is hurt, then both the general contractor and the sub-contractor who created the dangerous condition are accountable for the damages caused. Iron workers cannot leave angle irons lying around […]