Understanding New York's 'Zone of Danger' Rule in Non-Automobile Situations

02 Nov , 2021

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New York’s “zone of danger” rule is the sole method for bystander plaintiffs to recover emotional injuries and is applied in a variety of situations other than automobile accidents.

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