Don’t Ride With A Drunk Driver

Filed Under: Car Accidents Drunk Driving Accidents
Suffolk County Drunk Driving Attorney | Nassau County Drunk DriverWe are all too familiar with the dangers of drunk driving – there have been many news stories of late illustrating in gruesome detail what happens if someone drives drunk.If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident involving a…
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New State Law Bans Texting and Emailing While Driving

Filed Under: Car Accidents Cell Phones
Many, if not most, of us have cell phones or other personal digital assistants (PDA) and we take them with us while we drive. A law has been on the books for some time now that makes it illegal to drive while using a cell phone without a hands-free device.…
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Just a reminder to . . . Wear Your Seatbelt!

Filed Under: Car Accidents
We cannot begin to stress the importance of wearing a seatbelt while riding in a motor vehicle. New York State law requires that if you are sitting in the front seat of a motor vehicle, as either a driver or passenger, you must wear a seatbelt. As the driver, you…
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A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

Filed Under: Car Accidents Slip and Fall Accidents
If you are injured in an accident and later decide to sue the other parties involved, oftentimes photographs of the scene or the vehicles involved will be crucial to proving your case.
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About Our Firm

Filed Under: Company News
Ted Rosenberg and Michael Gluck joined forces to create Rosenberg & Gluck LLP, a law firm dedicated to personal injury victims.
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