April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Are you a safe driver? Now would be a good time to reflect and make sure.
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When you are involved in a car accident, it is a good idea to have a police report – even if injury or damage does not seem severe. There are issues that can pop up several weeks after an accident that may be related but, without proper documentation, proving relation may be a difficult task.
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:
Immediately following a motor vehicle accident, you may experience a rush of fear, anxiety, and confusion about what you should do next.
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 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 no civil cases (i.e.
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 services and as a means to steal is rampant. Social media users also don’t always realize the impact postings can have on their employment when employers use sophisticated background checks that reveal public postings by an applicant. However, there is another problem that few appreciate other than
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.
The State of New York prohibits all drivers from using any handheld cell phone or face a traffic violation with up to a $150 fine. On top of that fine, there are surcharges based on where you were issued the ticket which can run $88 or $93.