Does Insurance Cover Road Debris?

Is Road Debris Covered by Insurance?| O’Connor and Partners, PLLC

Whether it is something as large and dangerous as a truck tire, or as innocuous as a cardboard box, anything flying, rolling, or resting in the road can present a serious risk for an accident and injury. If you have been involved in a wreck that was caused by road debris, it is important to […]

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How Do Insurance Adjusters Investigate?

How Do Insurance Investigations Work? | O’Connor and Partners, PLLC

After suffering an injury caused by another’s negligence, you may be facing high medical bills, pain and suffering, and time away from work you and your family cannot afford. In cases of personal injury, it is important to know your rights and understand the legal process and how an insurance investigation impacts your case. While […]

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What Is the Most Common Motorcycle Accident?

Riding a motorcycle is more than just an exhilarating mode of transportation; for many, it is a way of life. The freedom of the open road, the camaraderie, and the rush of adrenaline are just some of the reasons why bikers enjoy the motorcycle lifestyle. However, riding motorcycles does carry certain inherent risks. While every […]

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Should I Get a Lawyer for a Car Accident That Wasn’t My Fault?

What If the Accident Was Not Your Fault? | O'Connor and Partners, PLLC

You were involved in a car accident that wasn’t your fault. There is no question that the other driver was to blame, and there is no question that you are entitled to insurance coverage. Do you need a lawyer, or can you deal with insurance on your own? While dealing with the insurer on your […]

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What Is Considered Minor Damage in a Car Accident?

Minor Damage in Car Accident Claims | O'Connor and Partners, PLLC

Car accidents can vary widely in terms of their severity. While some collisions can leave both vehicles damaged beyond repair, others can cause only minor damage that has no impact on a car’s safety or drivability. When is damage from a car accident considered “minor,” and why is this important? Here’s what you need to […]

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Can I File a Car Accident Report After the Fact?

Reporting a Car Accident After the Fact | O'Connor and Partners, PLLC

Under New York law, drivers are required to report most car accidents to the police, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), or both. However, many drivers are not aware of these requirements. Additionally, if an accident seems relatively minor, calling the police or contacting the DMV might not seem necessary. Furthermore, if you need to […]

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