Truck Accidents

Fishkill Injury Attorney Serving Wappingers Falls, Beacon, Lagrangeville and Nearby Areas of Hudson Valley


            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

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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With all of the electronic distractions within motor vehicles these days, it is important, now more than ever, to drive defensively.   Larger vehicles carrying heavy loads cannot stop within the same distance as a smaller vehicle.  If you are aware that there is a truck or bus being driven behind you, your operation of your vehicle should reflect that fact.  At a minimum, you should keep at least one car length between you and the vehicle in front of you for every 10 m.p.h.

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Every week, I field questions from potential clients regarding whether or not they have a personal injury claim stemming from a motor vehicle accident that can be pursued in the Courts.  The answer can be found in the history of state No-Fault laws.  The New York No-Fault law was passed in 1974 by the New York state legislature in an effort to deal with a crisis in the courts.  There were too many car accident claims and not enough courts and judges.  The effect of that situation was the creation of a log jam that prevented cases from getting a jury trial.  The No-Fault law

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