Author Archives: Friedman & Ranzenhofer

The New York Personal Injury Guide

New York Personal Injury Guide - Friedman Ranzenhofer Legal Survival

The New York Personal Injury Guide was created to help those who have suffered a serious injury in an accident due to the negligence of another. Accidents resulting in personal injury have severe consequences and ramifications for the injured party and their loved ones. They may have exorbitant medical bills, loss of future earning power, […]

3 Unknown Secrets of Divorce

3 Unknown Secrets of Divorce

Divorce in Rochester is an unfortunate reality for many couples, but it’s been the experience of our Attorneys that the process doesn’t have to be devastating, emotionally or financially. 1.) The Cost When a potential client comes into our Rochester office, one question they always ask – although they normally save it until the end of […]

Rochester Personal Injury Lawyer Discusses Surface Defects in Commercial Parking Lots

Rochester Personal Injury Lawyer Discusses Surface Defects in Commercial Parking Lots

Rochester Personal Injury Lawyer Discusses Surface Defects in Commercial Parking Lots As an experienced Rochester Personal Injury Lawyer, when someone comes into the office after they’ve fallen on property, they want to know whether or not they have a claim. What I tell them is that it’s up to the property owner to make sure […]

Rochester Child Custody Lawyer on Joint Custody vs Sole Custody

Rochester Child Custody Lawyer

When parents come to see me as an experienced Rochester Child Custody Lawyer, they often want to understand the difference between sole custody and joint custody. These terms refer to legal custody and which parent will make the important decisions in the child’s life. If either Mom or Dad has sole custody, it means they are responsible […]

Rochester Landlord Tenant Lawyer Discusses Defenses to Evictions

Rochester Landlord Tenant Lawyer Discusses Defenses to Evictions

As a Rochester Landlord Tenant Lawyer, tenants often ask me what defenses they would have to an eviction brought by a landlord. The first defense is retaliation if the landlord tried to evict the tenant within six months after they complain to a government authority such as the health department or the city building department. […]

Rochester Divorce Lawyer on How Long a Divorce Can Last

Rochester Divorce Lawyer

When someone comes to see me as an experienced Rochester Divorce Lawyer, one of the first things they want to know is how long it’s going to take. I immediately tell them that it really depends on the facts and circumstances of their specific case. As a general rule, I say that a divorce in Rochester could […]

Slip and Fall Injury on Faulty Steps

Rochester Personal Injury Attorney Discusses Faulty Steps

If you have the misfortune of falling because you’ve tripped or slipped on steps, it’s very important to make sure that you get a photograph of the area. In order for us to make a determination of whether or not you have a valid claim, we have to be able to see the area. The […]

Rochester Child Support Attorney Explains How You Should Handle Non-Reimbursed Medical Bills

Rochester Child Support Attorney

Many people come to see me as an experienced Rochester Child Support Attorney, with questions about the handling of non-reimbursed medical expenses such as co-pays incurred for your child’s doctor visits or prescriptions. Those two expenses are generally the most frequently addressed. I tell them the law states that these expenses are to be divided on a […]