When to Seek a Personal Injury Lawyer

Filed Under (Populaws) by Editor on 11-30-2010

As New York personal injury lawyers at the law firm of Bisogno & Meyerson, we understand that the task of finding and selecting a lawyer after an accident may seem burdensome and stressful. As a result, many put this decision off. This is a mistake.
The best time to hire a New York personal injury lawyer is ASAP
There are many reasons to contact a personal injury lawyer in New York as soon as absolutely possible after an accident where you have sustained injuries. This is true regardless of whether the accident is a car crash, a workplace accident, a medical procedure error, a premises liability event, a pedestrian knockdown accident, a product defect accident, or any other kind of injurious event involving potentially liable parties.

Bisogno & Meyerson
7018 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11228

Autombile Accident Injures High School Football Player in Tampa

Filed Under (Florida) by Editor on 11-30-2010

Even cautious, careful drivers can be involved in car crashes. Taking the proactive choice of driving defensively does not mean you are immune to being in a wreck. Sometimes other drivers fail to abide by the rules of the road due to many reasons some being driver distractions including talking or texting on a cell phone, passenger interference and drug or alcohol impairment. Such was the case when a young high school athlete of a successful tampa florida team was struck by a car failing to adhere to the right of way traffic laws and made an illegal left hand turn into the path of the student athlete who’s passenger was none other than his grandmother.

According to Tampa Police Department spokesperson Andrea Davis, Rice was traveling southbound on the inside lane at about 35 mph when a car driven by Jennifer Bondi turned left at 10-15 mph, violating the right of way.

Luckily the student was not hurt except for a sore knee however his grandmother will require surgery for injuries sustained to her wrist and rib cage. The cost of the medical treatment will undoubtedly be steep in which case the negligent driver’s insurance should compensate the victim; however this is not always the case. At that point a victim should seek the assistance of a qualified tampa automobile accident attorney who is experienced in such matters but also in other practice areas of personal injury for example as a slip fall attorney in tampa.

To learn more about how a tampa car accident lawyer can help you contact a law firm near you.

Timothy G. Anderson, P.A.
213 S. Brevard Ave.
Tampa, Florida 33606

Long Island NY Arrest, Police Questioning, and Release

Filed Under (Populaws) by Editor on 11-23-2010

If you are stopped by police or are invited or brought to a police station you should be aware that the police will probably want to ask you questions. You should be very careful about answering police questions orally or in writing or on video. It is true that whatever you say may be used against you. Please note that in Long Island criminal law it is always the state which must prove guilt. If you speak to the police about what happened you may actually help the state”s case against you. Even if you are innocent, your admission that you were the driver or that you were present at the scene of the crime may become the only way that the state can prove an essential ingredient of its case. You or a relative will rarely be able to talk the police out of laying a charge. While honesty and cooperation are normally good character traits in our society, answering police questions or volunteering information may prove harmful to you in the final resolution of your criminal case. You should be willing to identify yourself and physically co-operate if you are arrested. Be polite and professional. If you decide to answer a question you should do so truthfully. Lying to police does more damage to your case than telling the truth, if you decide to speak at all. Seek professional legal help from a qualified long island lawyer

After dealing with you, the police may decide to release you by giving you an appearance notice or promise to appear. Such a document will require that you attend for photographs and fingerprints on a specific date. The document will also require that you attend Court on a specific date.

If you don’t appear as required a bench warrant will be executed for your arrest and you will be charged with the offence of failure to appear. Once arrested you will find it difficult to obtain bail.

Kenneth S. Feraru, Esq.

200 Old Country Road
Suite 2 South
Mineola, New York 11501

Filed Under (Populaws) by Editor on 11-23-2010

Attorney Brown majored in Economics at Howard University in Washington, DC. She then attended the Brandeis School of Law, University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky. Practicing in Kentucky since 1986, Attorney Brown has maintained a general practice and been employed as a prosecutor in Juvenile and Felony divisions, Executive Director of the Metro Human Relations Commission and as a consultant in Diversity strategies and Human Resource Management. She has been a Louisville bankruptcy attorney for over 25 years.

Practice Areas:

  • Family Law
  • Business Law
  • Probate Law
  • Bankruptcy Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Misdemeanor and Traffic

Michael J. Schulte

Filed Under (Populaws) by Editor on 11-22-2010

Michael J. Schulte
Northern Kentucky Workers Compensation Attorney

Michael J. Schulte has provided workers compensation legal services for 24 years to both employees and employers. His profound understanding of workers compensation laws has enabled him to help clients in cases throughout Northern Kentucky. The firm’s practice focuses on providing legal representation in Workers Compensation and Social Security Disability.

Mr. Schulte represents clients in both workers compensation plaintiff and defense cases. As a northern Kentucky workers compensation attorney, he can protect injured workers rights against insurance company intimidation and also protect employers from a fraudulent Northern Kentucky worker comp claim.

Practice Areas

  • Workers Compensation
  • Social Security Disability


  • 1986, Kentucky
  • 1987, Ohio


Lisa A. Sadinsky

Filed Under (New York) by Editor on 11-17-2010

Lisa A. Sadinsky is a Rochester Family Lawyer located in Rochester NY and provides legal assistance to clients in the Ontario County area who seek assistance with family law issues such as Family Law, Matrimonial Law, Divorce, Child Custody, Custodial Relocation, Separation and Prenuptial Agreements, Paternity, Litigation, Appellate Practice.
Admitted: 1992, New York; 1996, U.S. District Court, Western District of New York
Law School: Albany Law School, J.D.
Member: Monroe County Bar Association (Member, Fee Arbitration Committee).
Born: Rochester, New York, August 2, 1960
The Union Trust Building, 19 West Main Street, Suite 250
Rochester, New York  14614-1503
(Monroe Co.)

Telephone: 585-232-8340
Fax: 585-232-8241

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Bradley S. Sandler

Filed Under (California) by Editor on 11-10-2010

Los Angeles Criminal Defense LawyerBradley S. Sandler
Los Angeles Criminal Defense Lawyer

During his 13 years as a criminal defense lawyer, Mr. Sandler has handled hundreds of criminal defense cases on the State and Federal Level. Mr. Sandler handles death penalty cases, murder cases, rape cases, drug cases, DUI cases and all felonies and misdemeanors.  A skillful and intense negotiator, Mr. Sandler earned his reputation while defending some of Los Angeles’ most notorious Gangs in Compton, Long Beach and Watts, California.

As a Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer, his attention to detail sets him apart from countless criminal defense lawyers and has frustrated the prosecutorial efforts of numerous Federal and State Prosecutors. In his most recent cases, Mr. Sandler’s client received a Not Guilty verdict in a felony saxual assault trial and a time served plea during the middle of trial in a double victim life rape case.  Mr. Sandler has defeated numerous charges at trial by Not Guilty Verdicts.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Bradley S. Sandler, Esq. attended college at San Diego State University, taking advantage of the school’s highly ranked communications program.  After college, Mr. Sandler earned his Juris Doctorate degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California. During law School, Mr. Sandler was a law clerk to the San Diego County Public Defender, Vista Branch, where he began his emphasis on criminal defense. Mr. Sandler is a member of the State Bar of California.

Brian Bowen

Filed Under (Populaws) by Editor on 11-10-2010

Brian Bowen is a native of Little Rock, Arkansas.  He received his Bachelor of Arts from Hendrix College, and received his Juris Doctorate from the William H. Bowen UALR School of Law. 

After graduating from law school, Brian worked as a Staff Attorney for one of Arkansas’s largest insurance companies.  His responsibilities included contract review, regulatory compliance, developing an electronic retention and destruction policy, and internal appeals for policyholders.

Brian then pursued a career as a litigation Little Rock attorney for a nationwide firm representing injured railroad employees.  He has experience in depositions, settlement negotiations, Railroad Retirement Board appeals, Social Security Disability Appeals, as well as litigation in both federal and state court.

Brian brings experience as an attorney representing both plaintiffs and corporations.  He strives to put client’s needs first, and further instills the Stewart Law Firms policy of “our client’s priorities are our priorities.”

Craig H. Zetley

Filed Under (Populaws) by Editor on 11-09-2010

Craig Zetley, an attorney and CPA, has been rated by fellow lawyers “as the number one attorney to see when clients are in trouble with the IRS.”  He is the founder and managing partner of Zetley Law Offices, S.C., a specialty law firm focusing on representation of individuals and corporations in disputes with taxing authorities.  He is a recognized authority in the area of civil tax controversy, criminal tax defense, commercial and corporate litigation.

Zetley enjoys a challenge.  He represents corporations that owe million of dollars in taxes and individuals and businesses under audit by a taxing authority. As a tax fraud lawyer,  he also represents clients when their CPAs do not have the attorney-client privilege and the criminal investigator knocks on the client’s door. Zetley has saved millions of dollars in taxes for his clients.

In addition to his practice, Zetley is a recognized leader in the community and helped shape development in the City of Milwaukee.  He was appointed to a three-year term as Chairman of the Milwaukee Board of Zoning Appeals by Mayor John Norquist and confirmed by the Milwaukee Common Council in January of 1998.  He was reappointed by Mayor Tom Barrett and served as Chairman through 2008.  As Chairman, Zetley and the Board cut red tape and processing time in half.

Lewis A. Zipkin

Filed Under (Ohio) by Editor on 11-08-2010

The law firm of Zipkin Whiting was founded in 1964, when Lewis A. Zipkin began practicing law in Cleveland, Ohio following his graduation from Case Western Reserve University’s School of Law.

While his practice was initially varied, his interest in civil rights law led him to begin specializing in cases that dealt with social justice issues.

In the 1990s, he was joined by former Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judges Adrian B. Fink Jr. and Herbert Whiting. Eventually the firm became known for its work in the employment discrimination and wrongful termination arena. Working as an employment discrimination lawyer, the law firm of Zipkin Whiting has specialized in cases of discrimination in the workplace involving age, sex, and racial matters.

Over the years, the law firm of Zipkin Whiting has secured favorable outcomes for hundreds of clients. It is selective about taking on cases for representation and seeks to resolve conflicts outside of the courtroom whenever possible.