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Who Pays for Vehicle Damage After a Car Accident?

If you’ve been involved in a car accident, who will be responsible for paying for the vehicle damage? The answer to this question depends largely on the circumstances of the accident and the insurance coverage each driver has (or does not have). When another driver causes the accident If another driver was at fault for… Read More »

How to Handle a He Said/She Said Accident Case

It’s not unusual for drivers involved in an accident case to give differing versions of the events that led to the accident. If you find yourself in a dispute over the events of your accident, you will need to rely on evidence beyond just your word if you are going to be able to succeed… Read More »

Child Dead in Long Island Hit-and-Run Accident

Investigators are searching for the driver in a hit-and-run accident that resulted in the death of a seven-year-old boy. According to police, the boy left his Mastic home without his parents and walked onto the eastbound section of Route 27 between Exit 58 and 59 on Sunday, May 31 at around 10:15 p.m. Soon after,… Read More »

Five Injured in Brightwaters Car Accident

Five people were injured, one sustaining serious injuries, in an accident involving two vehicles in Brightwaters on Long Island. The accident occurred at approximately 6:15 p.m. on Sunday, June 28. According to police, a 21-year-old man from West Babylon was driving his 2006 Hyundai sedan heading west on Montauk Highway, close to South Bay Avenue,… Read More »

Frequently Asked Questions About Child Support Payments

Here are a few examples of some of the most frequently asked questions our attorneys receive about child support. Q: If my ex prevents me from seeing my kids, am I still responsible for paying child support? Yes. Child support is a right of the child—it has nothing to do with the relationship between the… Read More »

Tips for Ending a Marriage During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The idea of getting divorced during a global pandemic may seem overwhelming, as so many aspects of life are disrupted and unusual at the moment. However, it is still possible to move forward with the divorce process, even when there is so little clarity about what even the immediate future holds. Here are a few… Read More »

Technological Changes in the Divorce Process Expected to Remain After the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in drastic changes to the way many businesses operate, including law firms. There have been a number of new technologies attorneys have had to rely on to process cases, particularly for divorce law. As attorneys and clients alike continue to become more accustomed to these technological changes, it is expected… Read More »

What to Know About Legal Separation in New York

Some couples prefer a trial separation period before they get divorced, or get separated as a matter of convenience and comfort while the divorce process is going. The majority of separations that occur are unofficial—one spouse simply moves away from the family home, but no legal process occurs to make the separation official. However, there… Read More »

Four Injured in Nassau County Accident Involving Ambulance

Four people were hospitalized after being involved in an accident involving a police ambulance in Plainview. The accident occurred at approximately 3:30 p.m. on Monday, June 15. According to police, the driver of the police ambulance was responding to an emergency call, and had lights and sirens activated at the time. While en route to… Read More »

Two Boats Collide in Suffolk County, Resulting in One Death and Two Injuries

One man was killed and two more people were injured when two boats collided just off Long Island in Great South Bay on Sunday, June 28. The accident occurred in the Bay just south of Babylon at approximately 3 p.m. According to Suffolk County police, a man was operating a 17-foot 1981 Boston Whaler heading… Read More »