Car Accidents

Fishkill Injury Attorney Serving Myers Corner, Beacon, Lagrangeville and Nearby Areas of Hudson Valley

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Shoulder injuries are often caused by auto accidents and workplace or construction accidents. Damage to the shoulder joint, tendons, rotator cuff, and other shoulder injuries such as fractures and broken bones can permanently impact the functionality of your shoulder and may leave you with chronic pain. Our personal injury lawyer, Ira Maurer, explains more about shoulder injuries in the educational video below.

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Car accidents often lead to mild, moderate, or severe traumatic brain injuries. It’s essential to identify the signs and symptoms immediately so you or your family member can seek medical attention. Our Fishkill lawyer, Ira Maurer, explains the various TBI symptoms, severity, and pursuing a personal injury claim in the educational video below.

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The State of New York requires drivers carry a minimum amount of liability insurance for bodily injuries and property damage in the event of an auto accident, which is $25,000 for any one injury claim and $50,000 for all the injury claims involved. You must also carry “SUM coverage,” which is supplemental uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage. Learn more about liability and insurance coverage from our Fishkill personal injury lawyer, Ira Maurer, in the educational video below.

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The Maurer Law Firm believes every client needs to understand their injuries and how the personal injury legal process works. Our founding lawyer, Ira Maurer, explains how we help victims of auto accidents, brain injuries, and other traumatic events recover compensation for the harm the incident caused physically, psychologically, and financially in the video below.

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As a lawyer who handles serious injury and wrongful death cases stemming from auto accidents, I am especially aware of the epidemic of distracted driving that brings many new clients to my law firm. It is very easy to recognize when drivers are distracted. You may see a driver's chin tuck down for at least two to three seconds at a time.

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