Lawsuits cost New York taxpayers over a billion dollars a year – we’re working to change that.
If someone breaks into your house and injures themselves, they can sue you – we’re working to change that.
If a worker injures themselves while drunk on the job, the employer is liable – we’re working to change that.
A party only 1% at fault can be forced to pay 100% of a judgment, encouraging lawsuit abuse – we’re working to change that.
Fear of lawsuits causes providers to order unnecessary tests and procedures, driving up healthcare costs – we’re working to change that.
The Lawsuit Reform Alliance of New York (LRANY) is a broad based coalition of hardworking New York business leaders, professionals and taxpayers who are committed to changing New York’s burdensome and expensive legal system to help create more jobs and energize our State’s economy.
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Today, The Buffalo News published a letter to the editor written by LRANY’s Executive Director, Thomas Stebbins, which targets New York’s medical liability crisis as a key factor in the looming doctor shortage our state is facing. An Excerpt: “Kudos to The News for reporting on the doctor shortage in upstate and Western New York. […]
Today, The Journal News shared a letter tot the editor written by LRANY’s Thomas B. Stebbins which highlights a hidden subsidy for medical liability insurance buried in the recently released NYS budget. An Excerpt: “Buried in the recent New York state budget is a $127 million subsidy for medical liability insurance. Why is this? Our […]
Albany, NY — Suing everyone is a popular New York pastime, so in an effort to simplify lawsuits for the general public, today the New York State Personal Injury Lawyers Association released a “Lawsuit Super Value Menu.” “The menu is designed to showcase the many, many opportunities to file profitable lawsuits in New York,” said […]
This week, to continue the LRANY video series, we bring you a video on funding political campaigns with recovery’s from the ‘Martin Act’. The Martin Act, established in Albany in 1921, grants the Attorney General broad powers to investigate and pursue alleged wrongdoing associated with the purchase and sale of securities. It is one of […]