McCabe Coleman News: 2019

May 7, 2019: Hiring a federal criminal defense attorney requires a large amount of time and thought. Read how to hire the right attorney to represent you in court.

May 12, 2019: Congratulations Reelect Judge Jonah Triebwasser. Wonderful evening for a wonderful person! We are all lucky to have him as a part of our community.

May 20, 2019: Child support can be complicated, especially when the parents live in separate states. Learn more about the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act and how it ensures child support will still be paid.

July 5, 2019: A DWI is a serious offense. If you’re convicted of a DWI, you are facing heavy fines and surcharges, a license revocation for a minimum of 6 months, mandatory attendance at several classes and court-ordered installation and maintenance of an Ignition Interlock Device in your car for one year. If you or someone you know is in need of DWI attorney, don’t hesitate to contact us today!

July 8, 2019: Think your vehicle is protected by the Fourth Amendment? It’s not! Read about the motor vehicle exception and why police officers have the right to search your car without a warrant.

July 23, 2019: The Statewide Housing Security and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 was signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo on June 14. This legislation has a significant impact on landlord-tenant matters, some of which have already gone in to effect. Have questions or need legal advice? Contact our Real Estate Attorneys today.

July 26, 2019: In a divorce, most fears regarding bills, health insurance, and retirement have one thing in common: money. While these fears can be negated with an agreed upon alimony payment, determining the amount of alimony is a complicated task. Learn how alimony is calculated in New York State today.

July 30, 2019: The attorneys of McCabe Coleman Ventosa & Patterson PLLC are proud to announce the opening of a new office in Red Hook, NY. We are grateful for the opportunity to provide even greater service to Hudson Valley residents throughout Northern Dutchess County and Columbia County in need of legal expertise. Our Red Hook office is located at 7405 South Broadway, Red Hook NY - we look forward to assisting you!

August 9, 2019: Another win for the team at McCabe Coleman Ventosa & Patterson, PLLC! Steven K Patterson got all Felony Counts DISMISSED during a felony drug possession jury trial in Putnam County Court.

August 12, 2019: Trust McCabe Coleman Ventosa & Patterson PLLC to fight for your rights! John J. Ventosa recently had FOUR DWI refusal proceedings dismissed due to legally defective paperwork filed by law enforcement.

August 22, 2019: Finding a lawyer who has the necessary experience to represent you in court can be a challenge. Being prosecuted in federal court is a serious situation, and you should take the time to find a lawyer that has your best interests in mind. Learn how to find the right criminal defense lawyer for you.

August 23, 2019: How bad is a speeding ticket? If not handled correctly they can have some serious consequences! We’ve broken down the fees and points associated with speeding tickets so you can be aware of how they’ll impact your life.

August 24, 2019: Your divorce does not have to go to court. With divorce mediation, we strive to achieve a mutually realistic and fair agreement by guiding partners to reach a consensus. Learn more about divorce mediation and if the process is right for you.

September 4, 2019: A domestic violence conviction can result in jail time, fines, orders of protection, loss of child custody, and can have a serious impact on your personal and professional life. Our attorneys are prepared to advocate for you and build a strong defense on your behalf. Schedule a free consultation with one of our experience domestic violence lawyers today.

September 6, 2019: New York child custody laws always have the best interests of the child at heart. That being said, there are many guidelines and factors that play a part in determining those best interests:

September 8, 2019: Students across the country are headed back to school! While this is an exciting time for many, it’s not uncommon for students to find themselves facing legal trouble at some point during their college time. Here are the four most common college crimes and the consequences that come with being convicted.

September 23, 2019: Students across the country are headed back to school! While this is an exciting time for many, it’s not uncommon for students to find themselves facing legal trouble at some point during their college time. Here are the four most common college crimes and the consequences that come with being convicted.

December 31, 2019: “I’m not the type to sue.”

Far too often, attorneys hear this from injured persons expressing reluctance to pursue a claim for damages following an accident. Although it typically is coming from a good place, the reality is that your choice to forego a claim really only hurts one person: you.

Like it or not, the world we live in today is one of insurance policies. Almost everything we do – owning a home, driving a car or running a business – requires insurance. Whether your injury results from a motor vehicle accident, a trip and fall, a construction accident, a faulty device or product, or some other circumstance, there is probably an insurance policy in place to make sure that you get paid for your injuries. In almost every single instance, the person or entity responsible for your injury never has to take even a dollar out of their pocket to pay you.

If you have been hurt because of someone else’s negligence and are reluctant to pursue a claim, remember: that’s what the insurance is there for. In many instances, a settlement can be obtained without ever filing a lawsuit.

Our personal injury team, run by John Ventosa and Raymond Iaia, will make sure that you are fairly compensated for your injuries. Call the accident attorneys at McCabe Coleman Ventosa & Patterson, PLLC today.

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