Tag Archives: Personal Injury Victims

Brain Injury Awareness Month

  Finkelstein & Partners’ Neurolaw Trial Group is dedicated to providing unparalleled legal representation to Personal Injury victims suffering from the devastating effects of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), spinal injuries and Severe Chronic Pain. Please join us this month as we help to spread a very important message from the Brain Injury Association of America: -->

Personal Injury Attorney Named Hudson Valley Hero

melody-a.-gregory.jpg We are very proud to announce Melody Gregory, one of our personal injury attorneys, has been named this month’s Hudson Valley Hero.  Melody’s career at Finkelstein & Partners stretches +20 years. Although Melody has successfully fought for thousands of personal injury victims as they sought compensation for their injuries, her impressive career isn’t the -->

New Legislation Passed to Reduce Drunk Driving Crashes in New York

Albany, NY: On Tuesday, November 24th legislation intended to reduce the number of injuries and deaths caused by drunk drivers, specifically repeat offenders was passed.  The new legislation is in part an amendment to Leandra’s law, which requires those sentenced for driving while intoxicated to have a ignition interlock device installed (also known as an -->

The Discrimination Injured or Disabled Job Candidates Face

In a recent study researchers from Rutgers and Syracuse concluded employers tend to discriminate against job candidates who have a disability of sorts, even those who are well qualified.  The study compared fictitious candidates with an application or cover letter which made mention of an injury or disability to applications that did not reference a -->

Recent News Regarding Inferior Venous Cava Filters (IVC’s). What You Should Know

Since 2005, the FDA has received over 900 adverse event reports involving IVC filters.  Some of these events led to adverse clinical outcomes in the patients in which they were implanted What is an IVC filter:An IVC is an inferior vena cava filter.  It is a small filter like device that is inserted into the -->