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When The Injured Person Is A Child In Rochester, Does It Change The Value Of A Personal Injury Claim?

While there is no official law or rule that injuries suffered by a child must be evaluated differently than injury to an adult, our experience as Rochester personal injury lawyers has been that when the injured party is a child, it can impact the value of the personal injury claim in several ways. While each case…

Can A Pedestrian Recover Damages In A Hit And Run Where The Driver Was Not Identified In Rochester?

Sometimes a Rochester pedestrian can suffer serious personal injury when hit by a car that flees the scene of the accident. If someone can identify the vehicle and the driver is later caught, the injured pedestrian can proceed to make a personal injury claim against that driver. Obviously, this is not the case when the driver…

Penalties For Aggravated Vehicular Assault (NY PL 120.04-A) In Buffalo

Buffalo Penalties For Aggravated Vehicular Assault (NY PL 120.04-A) Aggravated Vehicular Assault (NY PL 120.04-A) is a very serious class C felony. Prosecutors in Buffalo approach cases of Aggravated Vehicular Assault with great intensity, and you’ll probably be facing a motivated prosecution seeking the maximum penalties available. These can include a prison sentence as long…

Penalties For Assault On A Peace Officer, Police Officer, Fireman, Or Emergency Medical Services Provider (NY PL 120.08) In Buffalo

Buffalo Penalties For Assault On A Peace Officer, Police Officer, Fireman, Or Emergency Medical Services Provider (NY PL 120.08) Causing injury to a first responder while attempting to prevent them from performing their official duties is a class C felony that is charged as Assault on a Peace Officer, Police Officer, Fireman or Emergency Medical…

How Can I Protect My Divorce Records From The Public Or Media In Buffalo?

While the fact of your divorce will be a matter of public record, the legal proceedings, depositions, motions, testimony, and submissions are protected from the public and the media. Only the parties to the action are eligible to request documents or records of the divorce. The State of New York takes these privacy requirements very…