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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This week, to continue the LRANY Video Series, LRANY Executive Director, Tom Stebbins, brings you a video on the powerful influence of trial lawyers in our state. See report which reviews their political spending here.
(Albany, NY) – The iconic restaurant featured in many Seinfeld episodes was recently sued for over $30,000 under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Today, the Lawsuit Reform Alliance of New York is warning that this case is just the beginning of a flood of ADA litigation targeting New York businesses, similar to the billion-dollar […]
Today, the Glens Falls Post Star published a letter written by LRANY’s Scott W. Hobson in response to a recent piece by Dr. Sean Dow calling for medical malpractice reform (Malpractice reform will help us all 8.4.14). An excerpt: “Editor: In his recent commentary, “Malpractice reform will help us all” on Aug. 5, Dr. Dow […]
A statement in response to the Times Union article regarding the Rockefeller Institute’s Scaffold Law Study. “Facts are facts – and the facts show that the Scaffold Law causes injuries and costs millions – likely billions – in public infrastructure dollars. All of this data is publicly available and publicly verifiable. Those who oppose Scaffold […]