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Bicyclist Hospitalized After Failure to Yield to Traffic

A bicyclist was transported to the hospital with serious injuries after failing to yield to a vehicle at a busy intersection on Long Island. According to police, the 24-year-old male cyclist from Centereach was riding his bike and went through the intersection of Boyle Road and Old Town Road in Terryville. A 73-year-old woman driving… Read More »

Man Dead in Chain Reaction Crash on Long Island

On the afternoon of Monday, May 24 in Huntington, a chain-reaction crash involving four vehicles resulted in the death of a 50-year-old Huntington man. That man, Mark Bernzweig, was driving his 2004 Honda Accord west on the Jericho Turnpike when he struck a 2018 Lexus RX350 driven by a 51-year-old woman, also from Huntington. She… Read More »

How to Deal With Summer Vacations When Divorced as a Parent

We are closing in on summer vacation. With the COVID-19 pandemic starting to fade away as more and more people get vaccinated, vacation plans are back on for a lot of families around the United States. For divorced parents, it can be difficult to navigate exactly how these vacations will happen. It’s crucial to continue… Read More »

Tips for Managing College Expenses During Divorce

Planning how you will pay for college costs for your children can be difficult if you divorced or in the process of divorcing. However, it’s still quite feasible—millions of divorced parents have made it work, though there may be some struggle involved. Here are a few tips for divorced or divorcing parents as they attempt… Read More »

Considerations for a High-Net Worth Divorce

Studies have shown that financial struggles are among the most common causes of divorce. However, that doesn’t mean rich people are less likely to get divorced. And when divorce does happen in high-net worth couples, the process can become significantly more challenging. Here are a few considerations for people to keep in mind when preparing… Read More »

The Differences Between Separation and Divorce

There is a tendency among some to use the terms “separation” and “divorce” interchangeably, but legally these are two very different issues. Here’s a quick overview of what you should know about the differences between them. Legal distinctions The term “separated” can just mean that the couple is living apart—the couple may or may not… Read More »

Injuries Reported in Long Island Accident Involving Ambulance

An ambulance was recently involved in a serious car accident on Long Island. According to Nassau County Police, the accident occurred shortly before 2 p.m. on Friday, April 2. Emergency responders arrived to the scene at Old Country Road and Zeckendorf Boulevard, where multiple vehicles were involved in the collision. Reports indicate the ambulance was… Read More »

Filing a Wrongful Death Claim in New York

Every state in the nation has a set of laws that govern how wrongful death cases will proceed in the state. These laws include definitions of what is to be considered a wrongful death, as well as the available damages and the requirements to prove liability. Here’s a quick overview of what you should know… Read More »

Key Statistics About Boating Accidents in New York

With summer right around the corner, the boating season is just about to arrive here in New York and throughout the northeastern United States. As such, it’s important for people who are going to be spending time on the water to remind themselves of boating safety protocols, and to be aware of the risks they… Read More »

Ironworker Suffers Critical Injuries at LIRR Construction Site

An ironworker working on the Long Island Rail Road construction site in Mineola sustained critical injuries after being electrocuted. According to officials from the MTA, the accident occurred at approximately 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 13. The construction crew was working on building a pedestrian bridge over the tracks. At that time, a crane came… Read More »