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Supporting Our Community and Our Neighbors

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 -->

Tragic Motorcycle Crash Claims the Lives of Two Young Adults

On Saturday, August 29th a young man, just 25 years old went for a motorcycle ride with his 25 year old female friend. The young man, who had worked in law enforcement, was driving the motorcycle when he was unable to navigate a sharp curve.    The motorcycle exited the road and struck a tree. Both the -->

Facebook, Twitter, and More…While Behind the Wheel

Before texting and driving was illegal in NY, Finkelstein and Partners launched our “Commit to Quit” campaign. Why “Commit to Quit?” As personal injury attorneys, we see the tragic results of texting and driving far too often. As smart phones have evolved, the issues transcend texting while driving, and now encompasses a range of hand-held -->

Motorcyclists Rally at State’s Capitol

This past Monday motorcyclists rallied to raise awareness about motorcycle safety in New York. Bikers joined together at the State’s Capitol. The purpose of the rally was to discuss motorcycle safety laws with lawmakers, and to increase public awareness of motorcycles on the road. Finkelstein and Partners has a long history of advocating for bikers, -->

Orange County, NY Motor Vehicle Accident Statistics

Motor vehicle traffic injuries are the leading cause of injury related death for Orange County residents, according to the NYS Department of Health. On Average, 41 Orange County residents die due to traffic injuries every year: • Of these deaths, 22 are occupants of the vehicle, 8 are unspecified persons, 5 are pedestrians, and 5 -->

Albany, NY Motor Vehicle Accident Statistics

Motor vehicle traffic injuries are the second leading cause of injury related death for Albany County residents, according to the NYS Department of Health. 24 Albany County residents die due to traffic injuries every year: • Of these deaths, 8 are occupants, 8 are unspecified persons, 3 are motorcyclists, and 3 are pedestrians. Motor vehicle -->