The Pillinger Miller Tarallo team routinely tries these matters to verdict as evidenced by the collective 200 verdicts by our automobile practice group throughout New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. With our strong background in the field comes nuanced understanding of the circumstances and inconsistencies that may impact liability. We follow up in a timely manner to ensure proper handling of evidence and data that may prove crucial in a case.
Additionally, we regularly counsel our clients on ever-evolving laws and regulations affecting automobiles so that our clients are properly informed on all developments in this field and can develop up to date policies and procedures to protect themselves and their livelihoods.
By Lawrence N. Rogak. The statutory rate of interest on judgments in New York is 9% annually (CPLR 5004). The interest rate on unpaid NY PIP bills is 24% annually […]
The Times They Are A Changing: Court of Appeals Recognizes Role of Grandparents and Expands “Zone of Danger” For Emotional Distress
By Lawrence N. Rogak. Like the iconic Bob Dylan song, the law must adapt to society’s changes, which includes the laws governing torts. Since the Court of Appeals first decided […]
By Lawrence N. Rogak and Shawn M. Weakland. Although no one is traveling now because we are home with the pandemic, at some point, people will begin traveling again and […]
By Shawn M. Weakland and Thomas M. Bona. Court: Supreme Court, Kings County Judge: Hon. Wayne P. Saitta Case Type: Automobile – Rear-end Accident Caption: Jerry Gonzalez v. Jaquan Hinson […]
What makes a successful trial attorney? There are many people who are able to try cases, but there is a huge difference between trying a case and winning a case. […]