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We Talk Anti Distracted Driving to Suny Orange Criminal Justice Club

On Thursday, November 3rd we had the opportunity to visit Suny Orange, in Newburgh New York, to give a free presentation about the dangers of distracted driving. Managing Partner Andrew Finkelstein offered students a new perspective on distracted driving, and also spoke to students about his experiences learning, living, and working in Newburgh.  c2q_mechanicville_4.18.16.jpg The -->

Have You Seen our TV ads and Considered Calling? Client Feedback from a Client who did Just That

Have you seen one of our television commercials and contemplated contacting the injury attorneys at Finkelstein & Partners? In the review below our client describes her experience with the firm after deciding to make the call.  fp_review.jpg

Newburgh Water

Just months ago Newburgh residents received news that no community ever wants to hear: the community’s water source had been contaminated.  It was discovered Newburgh’s water source contained Perfluorooctanesulfonic acid, or PFOS, a pollutant with the potential to cause a number of serious diseases, including kidney disease and some cancers.  Recently the assembly passed legislation -->

AS PFOS-CONTAMINATED WATER CRISIS CONTINUES TO PLAGUE NEWBURGH, SCHUMER TOURS WASHINGTON LAKE AREA TAINTED BY PFOS AND ANNOUNCES NEW LEGISLATION REQUIRING U.S. AIR FORCE TO PAY FOR WATER CONTAMINATION CLEANUP IF FOUND RESPONSIBLE

Standing with local leaders in Newburgh, U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer today toured the banks of Washington Lake, the site of perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) contamination, which is believed to have originated at the Stewart Air National Guard base. Schumer also announced new legislation that would require the Air Force to immediately conduct tests to determine -->

Preventing Work Zone Crashes on I 84

It has been less than a week since two serious but unrelated crashes on I-84 in Orange County. The crashes, which both occurred in the same area, resulted in one fatality and nearly two dozen injuries. The crashes prompted the Department of Transportation (DOT) to review what, if anything could have been done to prevent -->

VA Officials Pledge New Studies Into Effects of Agent Orange

by Charles Ornstein and Terry Parris Jr., ProPublica, and Mike Hixenbaugh, The Virginian-Pilot:  The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is expanding its efforts to determine how Vietnam veterans and their children have been affected by exposure to the herbicide Agent Orange.  The VA will conduct its first nationwide survey of Vietnam veterans in more than -->

Celebrating the City of Newburgh and Our Roots in the Community

Over the weekend we were proud to sponsor and attend the Newburgh Illuminated Festival. There are several Finkelstein & Partners locations throughout the state and we make an effort to participate in various community events to support our neighbors. While we truly enjoy each event we partake in, this past weekend’s event was especially meaningful -->

Newburgh Illuminated

We are counting down the days to the Newburgh Illuminated festival! When: Saturday, June 18th 12-10pm Where: Broadway & Liberty Street, Newburgh NY Finkelstein & Partners has been a proud member of the Newburgh community since 1959 when Howard Finkelstein opened the first firm location on Liberty Street in the city of Newburgh. The firm -->

Our Pine Bush Client Shares His Experience with his Personal Injury Attorneys

“When I had my car crash in Newburgh, I was not sure what lawyer I should call in Orange County. Thankfully a friend suggested Finkelstein & Partners. I didn’t have an easy case and they weren’t too sure they would take my case and I am glad they did. Even though I live in Pine -->

Pedestrian Knockdown on Newburgh’s Broadway Street

On February 26th a woman was severely injured when a vehicle struck her in the intersection of Broadway and Williams street in the city of Newburgh. The victim, a 57 year old Newburgh woman was transported to St.Luke’s hospital and has since been released. The driver, a 35 year old Newburgh woman fled the scene -->