Brooklyn Appellate Court Finds Possibility that Hot Coffee was ‘Unreasonably Dangerous’ A panel of Brooklyn judges has unanimously ruled that facts exist to allow a trial against a Brooklyn McDonald’s for serving too-hot coffee that allegedly burned a customer. In a recent decision, the Appellate Division, Second Department, partially dismissed a summary judgment order in Read More →


Day of Public Awareness to publicize new speed limit Borough President Eric Adams wants Brooklyn drivers to be aware of the upcoming lowering of the city’s speed limit from 30 mph to 25 mph – before it becomes official on Nov. 7. As part of a citywide Day of Public Awareness, Adams joined NYC Department Read More →