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August 12, 2020
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Have you been injured in a car accident in Wappingers Falls? Injury Attorney Ira M. Maurer may be able to assist you in recovering damages such as: Medical Expenses Wages Lost During Recovery Wages Lost Due to Disability Pain and Suffering When injury is severe and will necessitate home... Read More
Category: Car Accidents
June 22, 2020
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Immediately following a motor vehicle accident, you may experience a rush of fear, anxiety, and confusion about what you should do next. Unfortunately, drivers frequently make mistakes in the crucial moments after a wreck that can jeopardize their health, wellbeing, and ability to seek the maximum... Read More
Category: Car Accidents
June 16, 2020
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You aren’t legally required to hire an attorney to handle your personal injury claim. However, if you’ve been hurt in an accident, you may want to speak with a personal injury lawyer before you consider handling the case yourself or accept an insurance settlement. You stand a much higher chance of... Read More
Category: Injury Lawyer
June 03, 2020
  In the recent past, I have often been asked what liability exists for injuries suffered by someone who has contracted the Covid 19 virus due to someone else's negligence at work, or elsewhere?  This is a complex question.  Every case has two basic parts.  There is the liability part and the... Read More
May 13, 2020
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Although there may be less traffic on the roads during the COVID-19 crisis, car accidents still occur every day. While any collision is challenging, the process for handling wrecks in the midst of a global pandemic is particularly complex. The best way to deal with a crash under the present... Read More
Category: Car Accidents
April 29, 2020
The Covid 19 virus pandemic lock down (or "stay in place" at home) has impacted all aspects of life.  This includes the legal system.  Except for essential functions such as criminal proceedings or the need to obtain a protective order from a court, the courts are shutdown to visitors.  That means... Read More
February 07, 2020
            In the year 2020, use of social media services to communicate with friends and families has replaced letter writing and telephone calls as a primary vehicle of staying connected.  Use of the social media services is not without its drawbacks.  False identity representation in dating... Read More
December 30, 2019
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Legally, proving negligence is key to establishing that one or more parties are liable for damages. In personal injury cases, this would be the party or parties that caused your injuries. However, what if you were partially responsible for your injuries? Does sharing in the fault mean that you are... Read More
Category: Injury Lawyer
December 20, 2019
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Millions of Americans will pack up their cars this weekend and through the New Year to travel to loved ones' homes to celebrate the holidays. This cheerful, joyous time is palpable, but there are many dangers on the road that you need to be aware of before you load your trunk with presents and... Read More
Category: Car Accidents
November 06, 2019
No one likes paying taxes, whether they be income taxes, sales taxes, estate taxes, or real estate taxes.  Yet, many Americans don’t pay taxes.  Obviously, failing to pay taxes is a very risky thing to do because, if you get caught, you may end up serving jail time in addition to having to pay the... Read More
Category: Damages
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