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Court Finds Defendant Liable for Orange County Car Crash

By Dupee & Monroe, P.C. |

In 2009, we filed a lawsuit on behalf of our client who was injured in a car crash at the intersection of West Avenue and State Route 84 in the Village of Chester. Our complaint alleged that the accident occurred when the defendant failed to stop at a stop sign and collided with the… Read More »

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Orange County Court Finds Drunk Driver Liable for Newburgh Car Crash

By Dupee & Monroe, P.C. |

In November of 2012, our client was heading eastbound on Route 300 in the Town of Newburgh when a vehicle entered her lane and collided with her head-on. That vehicle had been stopped on Route 300 westbound while waiting to make a left turn when it was rear-ended and propelled into our client’s lane…. Read More »

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Question of Ownership Determines Liability in Orange County Construction Accident

By Dupee & Monroe, P.C. |

Last year the attorneys at Dupée & Monroe obtained a judgment of liability in favor of our client who was seriously injured in a construction accident in Orange County. Our client was installing metal roofing on a pole barn being constructed when the purlin he was standing on broke. Our client fell 20 feet… Read More »

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Manslaughter Charges Filed in Orange County Accidental Shooting

By Dupee & Monroe, P.C. |

Last August 16, 2013, a report of an accidental shooting led the Town of Cornwall and New York State Police to a Salisbury Mills home where they found Kristi L. Babcock fatally injured from a gunshot wound. Babcock was a resident of Cornwall who worked for the Town of New Windsor as a Recreation… Read More »

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Middletown Police Misconduct Case Proceeds to Trial in White Plains Federal Court

By Dupee & Monroe, P.C. |

A case involving a former City of Middletown police officer who reported on police misconduct which he witnessed has survived the defendant’s latest motion to dismiss, clearing the way for the five-year-old case to finally be heard in federal court. Jason Jackler was a probationary police officer for the City of Middletown in Orange… Read More »

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