Keeping Your Children Safe on School Buses

Keeping Your Children Safe on School Buses Seventeen third-graders were taken to a hospital with minor injuries after a crash involving two school buses that were headed on a class trip to upstate New York in June. Last year, eight were injured when a school bus with special needs students crashed and tipped over on… read more

College Campus Risks

The stories are all-too familiar. A 19-year-old Pennsylvania State University sophomore dies after participating in a hazing ritual at the Beta Theta Pi house.  In another incident, an 18-year-old Baruch College freshman dies in a 2013 fraternity initiation. Hazing deaths have also occurred at Fresno State, Northern Illinois University, and other colleges. In fact, since 1970,… read more

Solar Eclipse on Long Island…How Much Will You Really See?

A full solar eclipse is coming to the United States on Monday, August 21, 2017. Though it will only be a PARTIAL eclipse for Long Island.  We won’t be seeing the full obscuration the way that some other parts of the country will, more than 70 percent of the sun will be obscured by the… read more

Time to Buckle Down on Buckling Up

People are more lackadaisical when it comes to buckling up in the rear seat of a vehicle, a mistake says safety experts. A new study finds rear seat passengers can become human missiles in a crash, injuring not just themselves but those in the front as well. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety,… read more

HOT CAR DEATHS: The Deadliest July in a decade

This year alone, 29 deaths have occurred due to heatstroke of children who were left in a car- all of which could have been prevented. On average, 54% of these deaths occur because the child was “forgotten” by the caregiver, where another 28% occur due to the child playing in an unattended car. Statistics say… read more


Are you in the process of searching for colleges for your high school junior or senior? Many people believe that education is the most important factor to consider, however what about the social atmosphere in which your college-bound child will be part of socially? College is a time for new experiences, meeting people, and making… read more

Amusement Parks Not All Fun and Games

Amusement Parks Not All Fun and Games In June, a teenager fell 25 feet from a gondola ride in an upstate New York Six Flags Amusement Park. She had slipped under the safety bars of the ride and lucky for her, was caught by the crowd below. In May, a 10-year-old boy fell off a… read more

Death by Selfie

The stories are horrific. A man fell 8,000 feet to his death while posing for a picture on a ledge at Machu Picchu in Peru. Another man was killed by a lightning strike in a national park in Wales as he used a metal selfie stick that attracted the electrical bolt. An amateur pilot lost… read more

Rosenberg & Gluck’s Partner Erin M. Hargis Appointed 2017 Super Lawyers Rising Star

Rosenberg & Gluck is proud to announce that Erin M. Hargis has been selected to the 2017 New York Rising Stars list. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in New York are selected.  “We are pleased that the qualities that we and our clients have seen exhibited by Erin over the past few years have been… read more

Rosenberg & Gluck Announces Recipient of 2017 Scholarship

We would like to congratulate the chosen recipient of our 2017 Road to Safety Scholarship, Cailin MacQuarrie from Babylon Junior-Senior High School. Many high school students throughout Long Island took the time to apply for the Road to Safety Scholarship.  These applicants shared stories, essays and creative presentations on why distracted driving awareness is important to them personally…. read more