Newburgh -- once home to the American Revolution, it’s now a major part of the Poughkeepsie-Newburgh-Middletown metropolitan area. Laws and ordinances often vary from town to town, and it's important to know how the legal system works in Newburgh so that you're prepared when you go to court. The information in the articles below will help you understand Newburgh law in a variety of areas, including personal injury, and car accidents, as well as information on local court houses and free or low cost legal services.
Are you looking for legal advice, but know you can’t afford an attorney? If you are a resident of Newport you may qualify for free or low-cost legal aid. Here’s a list of providers in the areas who offer legal services.
If you or someone you know has been injured in Newburgh, you’re probably looking for legal information. New York personal injury laws provide you several different protections and remedies. Here’s a general guide through the process of a personal injury case.
Have you or someone you know been in a car accident in the Newburgh area? Whether you were the driver or a passenger, there’s some important steps you should follow to preserve your rights. Learn about what to do at the scene, when to call the police, the role of attorneys, insurance companies, and more.