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Blog Posts in 2015

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  • New York's No-Fault Insurance Laws
    New York's No-Fault Insurance Laws

    If you have lived in another state, you may be accustomed to the concept of car accident victims filing a claim with the at-fault driver's auto insurance carrier. In New York, things are handled ...

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  • Filing Taxes After the Divorce is Final
    Filing Taxes After the Divorce is Final

    Now that the leaves are changing and the holidays are drawing closer, we're reminded that after the New Year's celebrations are over, soon it's going to be time to file our taxes. If you're in the ...

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  • SCBA Litigation Committee Holds Event at Saratoga Racetrack
    SCBA Litigation Committee Holds Event at Saratoga Racetrack

    Attorney Paul E. DeLorenzo of DeLorenzo, Grasso & Dalmata currently serves as committee chair of the Schenectady County Bar Association (SCBA) Litigation Committee. The group recently had an event at ...

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  • What You Need to Know About NY Tenants' Rights
    What You Need to Know About NY Tenants' Rights

    A contract between a landlord and tenant, whether it's based on a yearly lease or a handshake, is one of the oldest and most important deals made from Manhattan to Tonawanda. It defines when a renter ...

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  • What is Workplace Violence?
    What is Workplace Violence?

    By now, you're likely aware that work in general poses different types of hazards. Whether such hazards stem from repetitive motion injuries, dangerous machinery, falls from heights, falling objects, ...

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  • Divorcing? How to Protect Your Financial Status!
    Divorcing? How to Protect Your Financial Status!

    When you get a divorce , almost every aspect of your personal life changes, including your finances. Often, feelings of anger, bitterness, and sadness can make it difficult to think clearly and make ...

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