A slip and fall accident occurs when a property owner fails to maintain a safe and secure premises for the use of their customers or passers-by. Here in the Hudson Valley, slip and fall accidents predominantly occur during the winter months, when snow, ice, sleet and slush can accumulate in parking lots, sidewalks, or near … Read More
We are a personal injury law firm based in the Hudson Valley that has obtained one of the biggest motorcycle injury settlements in Ulster County history. We love being part of the local motorcycle community, and with some help from Facebook data, put together stats about New York State motorcyclists: how many there are, their political … Read More
We made a printed version of our New Paltz and Poughkeepsie bicycle map, and added some safe biking tips and information about our services as bicycle accident personal injury attorneys. Want one? Fill out the request form below!
The world is changing fast around us, but one thing will always be the same: people get really fired up about proposed traffic circles and roundabouts. Across Kingston, Poughkeepsie and Newburgh, new roundabouts are popping up seemingly every year. As personal injury attorneys who represent clients who have been injured in motor vehicle, trucking, bicycle … Read More
It’s hard to drive around the Hudson Valley or open one of the local newspapers without reading about new construction taking place. There are barely enough subcontractors and workers available to fill the demand, and unfortunately, corners can get cut sometimes, resulting in serious injuries for workers, including roofers, laborers, and iron and steel workers. … Read More
Between abundant rail trails, bike lanes and paths, sharrows and complete streets connections, Kingston and Poughkeepsie are on their way to having bicycling renaissances. While more options and visibility for bicyclists is a good thing, it also means that more drivers are going to be sharing the road for the first time with bikes. If … Read More
In New York State, every car or truck that is legally on the road is covered by “No-Fault” insurance. That means that if a person is involved in an accident, their No-Fault carrier (their automobile insurance company for the car or truck they were driving) will pay for up to the first $50,000 dollars of … Read More