Am I Responsible for Providing Evidence After a Car Accident?

Car accidents are scarily common. While some of these accidents are unavoidable, many results from someone else's negligence. If you are involved in a car accident, you may be wondering if you are responsible for providing evidence to prove what happened. The short answer is that it depends on the...

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By December 19, 2022

How to Challenge an Indicated Report of Neglect or Abuse

Luke Babbie has an extensive amount of experience in Family Law.  He wanted to share the following article with you: Reports of abuse or neglect are made to the New York State Central Register (SCR), which is overseen by The Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS). The purpose of...

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by February 1, 2020

FA Cross Country Girls!

North Country Cross Country Teams throughout the North Country braved the cold and snow on Saturday, November 16, 2019 at SUNY Plattsburgh, to compete at the NYSPHSAA Championship Meet.  The Norwood-Norfolk boys and girls cross-country teams dominated Section 10 all year, so it was no surprise that the Norwood-Norfolk girls...

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by November 18, 2019

Car Accidents and Pedestrians

"For pedestrians, roads are becoming deadlier than ever," says Peter C. Baker, in his article "Weapons of Mass Destruction" in the Guardian Weekly magazine. Over the past ten years there has been a 41% increase in the number of American pedestrians who were killed on US roads in 2018 compared...

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by October 17, 2019

Motor Vehicle Accidents — What To Do? Part One

An automobile accident is one of the most shocking and traumatic experiences that a person can endure.  The suddenness of the accident and the violence of the crash are memories that do not fade with time.  Though cars are being made to protect occupants, devastating injuries still occur with alarming...

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by September 14, 2019

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