Blog Archives: September, 2015
New York law uses a doctrine known as comparative fault, also called comparative negligence. The goal of this rule is to make damages awards in personal injury cases as fair as possible for all parties involved. This rule applies in all personal injury
Recent Blog Posts
Friday, July 6th, 2018
Whether you have been married for several months or several decades, there are very difficult questions you ask yourself when thinking about divorce. No questions are unimportant when considering such a big change in your life and the life of your family, but here is one thing to think about.
Monday, June 18th, 2018
There are many questions and thoughts leading to a separation or divorce. Here, we discuss in a 3 part series critical issues we see when clients thinking about divorce.
Monday, January 29th, 2018
There are excellent attorneys in our area who help those who have been injured in accidents or on the job, but we put “personal” back into “personal injury.”