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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
One of the most frequent questions asked by clients is, "How much is my case worth?" The truth is, every case is different from all other cases because no two fact patterns are exactly the same. For this reason, two injury victims who have suffered the same physical injury may have claims that are worth significantly different amounts.
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.
Shared from the Mid Hudson Valley, NY Patch
By Lanning Taliaferro (Patch Staff) - June 18, 2016 4:39 pm ET
Fatal Crash on I-84
Fishkill, NY - One person is dead and two others seriously injured in a Saturday afternoon accident on I-84.
On June 18, at about 1:15 p.m., New York State Police responded to a two-car rollover auto collision that occurred on I84 westbound, just east of Exit 13.
Thousands of legal cases arose after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in New York City, with many accusing airlines and city agencies of faulty and unsafe operations. Ten years later, the lawsuits have been consolidated into four "master cases," and several have ended in settlements.