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In order to keep people safe, everyone must play their part. Property owners are obligated to keep their property safe.
With the increase in population and traffic in NY, the car accident rate has increased at an alarming speed.
The construction industry is one of the most dangerous fields for employees in the U.S.A. and the workers are at high risk.
We Do It Well – You Be The Judge!
When you have been injured in an accident or due to the failure of another to live up to their responsibilities, you need an experienced personal injury lawyer to act as a strong advocate on your behalf. We represent clients with a wide range of serious injuries in communities throughout Rockland County, NY.
Whether you need an accidents lawyer, dog bite lawyer, construction accidents lawyer, or wrongful death lawyer, you can count on Rockland Injury Lawyers to fight on your behalf to secure the compensation you deserve for your serious injury. We handle cases of medical neglect and nursing home abuse, so contact us if you need medical malpractice lawyer, nursing home law lawyer, or bed sores lawyer.
Attempting to settle your case without a personal injury attorney or accepting the insurance company’s offer for compensation without the advice of an attorney will often result in less than full compensation for your injury. We take on insurance companies, property owners, manufacturers of defective products, and other responsible parties. These companies have lawyers working for their best interests and you deserve the same.
If you are seeking the services of an experienced and effective Tappan Zee bridge accident lawyer, personal injury, or auto accidents lawyer in Rockland County, NY, please browse our website for additional information about the legal services provided by Rockland Injury Lawyers. Please contact our office by telephone at 845-709-8005 / 800-940-1799 for more information or to schedule a free consultation./blockquote>
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the Child Victims Act into law. Victims and survivors of childhood sexual assault, including incest and related offenses, are now able to bring civil claims against abusers, public institutions and private institutions for injuries until they are 55 years of age. Before the law was signed, victims could sueJune 28, 2019