Blog Posts in September, 2013

  • I have seen the case time and time again where a client comes to me with significant injuries from a car or motorcycle accident and they are not adequately compensated for their injuries because they don't have uninsured or under insured motorist coverage. The person that slammed into my client in broad day light was not paying attention because they were responding to a text message or ...
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  • Personal Injury Cases Don't Cost Our Clients

    || 27-Sep-2013

    Many people I speak to about personal injury cases seem to believe that it costs them money out of their own pocket to hire an attorney for a personal injury case. Not true. When you retain our firm, your consultation is free, there is no retainer fee for hiring us for a personal injury case and we pay the expenses associated with your case. If we do not recover funds from the defendant or their ...
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  • Michael R. Varble & Associates, P.C. Sponsors Girls Night Out

    || 5-Sep-2013

    At Michael R. Varble & Associates, P.C., we are active members of the community who take pride in the place that we live. We look to give back whether it is for a good cause or to have a good time. We stay involved and our most recent contribution includes our support of Girls Night Out. Tonight, Thursday September the 5 th, is girls night out in the Hudson Valley. This is a time for the ...
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