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Divorcing During the Coronavirus Pandemic? What to Know & How to Proceed

The spread of COVID-19 and our country’s response to it have impacted American lives in countless ways. Everything from buying groceries to educating children has been modified in an attempt to protect society as a whole. Unfortunately for those in the midst of divorce, legal proceedings have not been immune to the changing times. Whether […]

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Wills and Estate Planning During Covid-19

At LoTempio P.C. Law Group, our office is here to assist you during this difficult time.  Recently, many questions have arisen regarding how people can safely execute estate planning documents.  In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo issued Executive Order 202.14 which temporarily allows for the remote witnessing of Wills, Trusts, Health […]

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How Do Workers’ Comp Claims & Personal Injury Lawsuits Differ?

If you were hurt on the job, you may be wondering whether to apply for workers’ compensation benefits or file a personal injury claim. While both actions may yield funds for medical bills and other losses, there are some key differences to consider. Below we’ve outlined some of the major differences between workers’ compensation claims […]

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What If My Pain After a Car Accident Was Delayed?

Impact injuries—like those sustained in motor-vehicle collisions—aren’t always immediately apparent. Internal bleeding might not manifest any symptoms for days, for example, whereas brain damage may not be apparent for weeks. As such, it’s not uncommon for car accident victims to put off seeking medical care. If you were recently involved in a wreck and you […]

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What to Ask Your Personal Injury Attorney During the Initial Consultation

The best way to determine whether you’ve found the right personal injury attorney is by meeting face to face. To ensure this meeting is as productive as possible, you should bring along any evidence you have obtained such as photos of the scene, medical and financial records, and the police report. You should also bring […]

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