New York Laws
Breaking Down Attorney-Client Privilege: What it Means and How it Can Affect Your NYC Case
Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, P.C. | October 31, 2023 | New York Laws
Dealing with legal issues can be anxiety-inducing. You might not know where to turn for help or what to say to them. You might have sensitive information you wish to share, but you’re afraid it could wind up in the wrong hands or be used against you. The attorney-client privilege is one of the most… read more
At What Age Can Kids Sit in the Front Seat of a Car in New York?
Craig Rosenbaum | September 28, 2023 | New York Laws
Child safety is a concern on New York roads. As roads become busier, ensuring children are seated safely and correctly has never been more important. One of the most common questions we encounter is, “At what age can children sit in the front seat of a car in New York?” Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, P.C.’s car… read more
New York Marijuana Laws — What You Need to Know
Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, P.C. | June 2, 2023 | New York Laws
Whether you enjoy marijuana in a recreational setting or require it to treat a medical condition, New York is one of a handful of suitable states to live in. On March 31, 2021, the Marihuana Regulation and Taxation Act legalized the adult use of cannabis throughout the state. However, just because marijuana is now legal… read more
Window Tint Laws in New York
Craig Rosenbaum | April 12, 2023 | New York Laws
Window tinting serves both aesthetic and practical purposes. Having darker windows on your vehicle can allow for a more private commute while enhancing the look of your vehicle. Additionally, it can drastically improve your visibility while on the road, which is beneficial to yourself and other motorists and can help avoid car accidents. However, it… read more
Can I Recover Wages I Earned as an Undocumented Worker in NYC?
Craig Rosenbaum | March 23, 2023 | New York Laws
Undocumented workers in NYC work many hours in jobs that are often labor-intensive with undesirable work conditions. The last thing they need is for an employer to take advantage of their immigration status to cheat them out of the wages they earned. Unfortunately, undocumented workers might be fearful of filing wage claims. They can consult… read more
How Many MPH Can I Go Above the Speed Limit in New York?
Craig Rosenbaum | February 1, 2023 | New York Laws
A speed limit is just that: a maximum speed at which you can legally drive on that road, barring special circumstances. In the simplest of terms, you can’t exceed the speed limit without the risk of a speeding ticket. The Purpose of Speed Limits Speed limits exist for two reasons: to prevent accidents and to… read more
Do You Need a License and Insurance To Ride a Scooter in New York City?
Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, P.C. | September 16, 2022 | New York Laws
In some ways, scooters are wonderful vehicles. They get excellent gas mileage—in fact, some of them do not even require gas. They are easy to park, and they are very maneuverable. Licensing, registration, and insurance requirements apply to some scooters and all motorcycles. These requirements vary depending on the vehicle’s maximum speed. Limited Use Motorcycles,… read more
What Are the Current Regulations in New York City for E-Scooters?
Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, P.C. | September 1, 2022 | New York Laws
The congested city streets of New York’s five boroughs make e-scooters an increasingly popular mode of transportation. It’s no wonder you see these out and about more often — they are small enough to weave through slow traffic lanes, and they have a fun, sporty appeal. But not all “micro-mobility” vehicles are regulated by the… read more
Driving Without a License Versus Driving Without a License on Your Person in the State of New York
Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, P.C. | May 3, 2022 | New York Laws
If you get pulled over for a traffic violation in New York, the first thing that the officer will ask for is your license. If you can’t produce a license, there could be serious consequences. Understanding the difference between driving without a license and simply not having your license on your person can help you… read more
Suing Government Agencies in New York: Appeal Brings Major Changes
Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, P.C. | November 30, 2021 | New York Laws
By winning a recent appeal, Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum was instrumental in creating a major shift in the law as it relates to suing government agencies in New York. Thanks to the advocacy of our New York City personal injury lawyers, it’s easier for victims to hold government agencies in the city accountable for negligence and… read more