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Proper Restraints Make All the Difference in Preventing Fatal Injuries, Study Finds


Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death among children in the US. One team of researchers looked at the factors present in fatal traffic accidents to help determine how these accidents might be prevented. Their study revealed that ensuring children are properly restrained could have a major impact on whether or not… Read More »

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Graco Recalls Popular Car Seat


As a parent, you may find it nerve-wracking to drive with your young child in the car. The road can be a dangerous place, and there’s only so much you can do to reduce the risk of an accident occurring. One way to keep your child safe is by purchasing a high-quality car seat… Read More »

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Stay Safe on Your Next Road Trip with These Tips


Summer is a great time to take a road trip with your family. Before you head out, make sure you’re ready for the dangers you might encounter on the road by following the tips below. If you’re injured in a crash, be sure to get the money damages you deserve for your injuries by… Read More »

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Reunification Therapy in Disputed New York Custody Matters


Divorce can cause serious and even permanent damage to parent/child relationships. If child custody is not divided equally between the parents from the beginning of a separation or divorce, the child can easily become estranged from the non-residential parent, especially if the parents are in the midst of a high-conflict divorce. When a parent/child… Read More »

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New Law Would Allow Police to Scan Phones with “Textalyzer”


It seems that more evidence of the dangers of texting and driving emerges every day, and yet many drivers still read and write text messages while behind the wheel on a daily basis. While law enforcement and safety researchers understand that this is a major cause of serious accidents, it can be difficult to… Read More »

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Large Share of Bankruptcies Still Caused by Medical Bills


While we might not think about it often, anyone can get hit with a sudden medical emergency that will result in massive expenses. It can be hard to fully prepare for the toll that these emergencies can take on our finances, often requiring both time spent off work as well as the cost of… Read More »

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Husband who Failed to Provide Support During Marriage Not Entitled to Share of Pension


When dividing assets between divorcing spouses, New York courts follow the principle of equitable distribution. Courts are tasked with finding a fair split of the assets that were accrued during a marriage. Judges will examine each spouse’s efforts to support the family, whether that support was provided through work outside the home or as… Read More »

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On-Campus Accident Injures One Student


An accident that occurred on a local college campus has caused serious injuries to a student. Pedestrian accidents can result from numerous causes, including driver distraction or poor roadway design, and can cause grave injuries to those involved. Accident on college campus On May 4, 2017, a 20-year-old resident of Red Hook was crossing… Read More »

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What Happens to Debts when You Die?


During the estate planning process, you’re more likely to focus on allocating the property you’ll leave behind when you die, rather than the debts that will need to be paid upon your passing. It’s important to consider what sort of debts you may possess when you pass, and to try to develop a strategy… Read More »

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Adversary Proceedings within Bankruptcy


Whether filed under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, most personal bankruptcy cases go relatively smoothly, requiring minimal courtroom time or argument for the parties involved. On rare occasion, there may be what’s known as an adversary proceeding within a bankruptcy case, filed either by a creditor or the petitioner. Learn more about adversary proceedings… Read More »

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