Get Informed About Your NY Accident or Personal Injury: Highlights of Legal News and Information

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Law Offices of Scott C. Gottlieb & Associates, LLP Releases Winter 2009 Newsletter

No one expects to be in an accident or suffer a personal injury, but if the unexpected should occur, it pays to be well-informed beforehand. With this in mind, the Law Offices of Scott C. Gottlieb & Associates, LLP has released its Winter 2009 Newsletter.

In this edition readers will find highlights of legal news and information including:

  •     Why they should always protect their rights in any car accident -- whether their injuries appear to be serious or minor.
  •     Why they may be able to make a claim--even if they are partly at fault.
  •     What constitutes medical malpractice?
  •     Why one insurance company was found liable for its actions surrounding a drunk driving death.

The Law Offices of Scott C. Gottlieb & Associates, LLP has a staff that is equipped to assist in evaluating and preparing personal injury and medical malpractice cases. Support personnel include legal and medical assistants and -- when needed -- accident reconstruction experts, investigators, photographers and economists.

In 2008, the firm's lawyers reached the $100-million mark in combined lifetime verdicts and settlements.

About The Law Offices of Scott C. Gottlieb & Associates, LLP:
The Law Offices of Scott C. Gottlieb & Associates, LLP handles all types of injury and accident cases, including car accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice, cancer misdiagnosis, dog bites, ATV accidents, boating accidents, birth injuries and construction accidents. Each of the firm's attorneys has more than 20 years experience handling injury cases. The firm has New York offices in Binghamton, Elmira, Rochester, Syracuse and Watertown. For more information, contact the firm at (800) 825-5529 or visit the firm's Web site at 1800talklaw.com/. Note: This article constitutes Attorney Advertising.

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