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Wounded Warrior Project attempts to recover from spending scandal

The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) is struggling to regain the trust of its donors and veterans in the aftermath of a CBS News report criticizing the organization’s spending policies. The veterans charity group fired its CEO Steven Nardizzi and COO Al Giordano in early March. The action was taken in response to a CBS News investigation in January in which the group’s former employees described wasteful... 

Van Driver in Fatal Florida Crash Impaired by Allergy Medicine

A new report prepared by investigators at the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) reveals the driver operating an overloaded church van last year that crashed in rural Florida, killing eight, was under the influence of antihistamines. The agency was not able to definitively say whether he was fatigued because information of his activities in the days leading up to the crash was difficult to... 

Robert Joyce honored with 2016 Champion of Justice award

Attorney Robert Joyce will receive the 2016 Champion of Justice award from the Tampa Bay Trial Lawyers Association. This prestigious award has only been given seven times in the past, and it is only presented to attorneys who have demonstrated an exceptional lifetime commitment to the service of justice. The Tampa Bay Trial Lawyers Association is a non-profit organization of attorneys who represent... 

Bove v. Naples HMA – Florida Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations

Civil injury lawsuits have a limited shelf life. There is only so much time one has to file or else forever lose the chance.  The amount of time depends on a number of factors, including the type of case, where it’s being filed and whether you knew or had reason to know about the injury and/or cause of it right away. In medical malpractice lawsuits, the statute of limitation in Florida holds... 

NYC Restores Assistance For Seniors and People with Disabilities

NYC Restores Assistance For Seniors and People with Disabilities The New York City Department of Finance has agreed to a settlement that will reinstate or recalculate the previously frozen rent rates of widowed seniors who had been surprised by steep rent increases after the death of their spouses. A 2014 rule change by the New York City Department of Finance instituted a new requirement that a spouse... 

NYC Restores Assistance For Seniors and People with Disabilities

The New York City Department of Finance has agreed to a settlement that will reinstate or recalculate the previously frozen rent rates of widowed seniors who had been surprised by steep rent increases after the death of their spouses. A 2014 rule change by the New York City Department of Finance instituted a new requirement […]  Read More →

Updated Testing Accomodations For Students With Disabilities

Updated Testing Accomodations For Students With Disabilities The New York State Education Department has published guidelines on testing accommodations for students with disabilities. In order for students with disabilities to participate equitably in state and local assessments, changes in testing procedures are necessary. However, in September 2015, the Common Core Task Force formed by Gov. Cuomo... 

Updated Testing Accomodations For Students With Disabilities

The New York State Education Department has published guidelines on testing accommodations for students with disabilities. In order for students with disabilities to participate equitably in state and local assessments, changes in testing procedures are necessary. However, in September 2015, the Common Core Task Force formed by Gov. Cuomo received reports from special education teachers and parents... 

Barkann Foundation Lunch 2016

Begley Law Group was honored to attend the Barkann Foundation Lunch on April 12, 2016 at the Capital Grille and offer our support to the Barkann Family Healing Hearts Foundation. The Barkann Foundation provides financial aid to families who are in need, due to recent adversity or tragedy. Whether it be the sudden death or illness of a parent, the long term illness of a child, or the loss of a home... 

Eleven New York residents arrested on charges of tax fraud

Eleven New York residents have been arrested and charged with tax fraud. According to the New York State Department of Taxation, nine “clients” and two tax preparers were arrested on charges of claiming exaggerated refunds and filing false tax returns. Officials say that the two tax preparers allegedly attempted to defraud New York State by preparing false state tax returns for relatives and friends... 
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