Finkelstein News

Traffic safety awareness

On Saturday, August 29th Finkelstein & Partners was a sponsor at New Windsor Community Day. The all-day free event featured various community vendors and public safety groups, including local Police and Firemen, who had their smoke truck in tow for the event. The truck simulates what an actual fire would be like by producing smoke and giving children tips for what to do if a real were to occur. 

Brooklyn Law School’s 2015 Spring Publication features Managing Partner, and BLS alumnus, Andrew Finkelstein. The article touches on Andrew’s efforts to change the rules of the U.S. legal industry, and to continue to grow the firm his father, Howard Finkelstein, also a BLS graduate, founded.

Police are still investigating the school bus crash that sent nine children and two adults to the hospital Wednesday morning.

According to authorities a woman driving a minivan was stopped in an eastbound lane, waiting to take a left hand turn. A car approaching from behind didn’t see the minivan in time. According to preliminary reports the vehicle collided with the back of the van prior to crashing into an oncoming school bus. The school bus overturned on impact.

On Wednesday, March 18th, Finkelstein & Partners LLP celebrated the grand opening of our new location in historic downtown Kingston.  "Finkelstein & Partners is proud to reaffirm its commitment to the City of Kingston," said Partner Kenneth Fromson. "My wife grew up here, my kids go to school here, my family lives here, and I work here.

A jury has awarded a client of Finkelstein & Partners LLP $600,000 settlement for past & future suffering. The 22-year-old victim was stuck by a commercial plow while crossing the street. The impact sent him approximately 60 feet across the road and into a ditch, resulting in multiple fractures.

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