New York Protects Individuals Against Uninsured and Underinsured Drivers

March 23, 2010 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

Most drivers purchase auto insurance not only as a way to protect their property against an accident, but because it is a law in most states for drivers to have it. Even so, not all motorists have auto insurance policy coverage. If you have been hit by another driver who did not have insurance or […]

What To Do When Involved In A Hit and Run Accident In New York State

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You never know when it will happen. You are in your vehicle going to work or even heading home. You have a green light at the intersection and begin to move forward in your vehicle when all of a sudden another motorist hits your car. Though you are already shocked, to add to your surprise […]

What To Do If You Have No Liability Insurance in New York State

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In New York State, it is a law to have liability insurance on a motor vehicle. A driver must also have liability insurance on a vehicle even if it is not in use. But if you find yourself in between insurance or if you cannot pay for insurance, you should make sure to turn in […]

Fighting Traffic Tickets in New York

February 10, 2010 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

Getting a traffic ticket in New York is not only a financial burden but an enormous nuisance. Accepting traffic tickets means receiving points on your driver’s license as well as a tax for being a bad motorist. Therefore it’s important to fight any traffic ticket you receive in the state of New York. Anyone who […]

How to Avoid a Speeding Ticket in New York

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The best way to avoid receiving a speeding ticket is to drive within the speed limit. Officers are less likely to fine you if you are following the law and driving safely.  A safe driver cautiously observes their surroundings and avoids risky driving methods. It is quite understandable that one may lose track of their […]

Rack’em Up: the DMV Point System

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Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs indicates safety as the second most important need for human beings, right after basic needs.  This indicates that in order to be fulfilled, people must feel safe.  One place that may be hard to feel safe is on the road, but the Department of Motor Vehicles claims it is doing its […]

Back to School: Benefits of voluntarily attending traffic school

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Are traffic schools only for unsafe drivers?  No.  Even safe drivers can benefit from traffic schools, particularly through point and insurance reduction programs.  Point and insurance reduction programs have been designed to relay information about safe driving.  Private companies and corporations, also called course sponsors, who have been approved by the Department of Motor Vehicles […]