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What is UM/UIM Insurance Coverage?

Published: Aug 28, 2020 Auto Accident, Personal Injury

Drivers are expected to obtain auto insurance before they get behind the wheel of any vehicle. Auto insurance serves as a protection for them and others. After a car accident, motorists involved in the incident may require medical treatment and their property may be...

Why Should I Hire a Car Accident Lawyer?

Published: Jun 22, 2020 Auto Accident, Personal Injury

The hours and days after a car accident are often hectic for a victim. It usually involves talking to police, getting medical care, and talking to insurance companies. On top of taking care of accident-related business, a lot of victims tend to spend the...

How Does COVID-19 Impact Car Insurance?

Published: Jun 8, 2020 Auto Accident

During the COVID-19 pandemic, there is more to worry about than just the health and wellbeing of yourself and others. Unfortunately, coronavirus may affect your car insurance premium. If you make any changes to your policy or if your insurer lowers or pays back...

What is Ultrasound Malpractice?

Published: May 28, 2020 Medical Malpractice

Ultrasounds are crucial during pregnancy. This advanced technology provides images that help doctors understand conditions, diseases, disorders, and other hazards for both the mother and child. Due to its importance, errors in ultrasounds can have serious or catastrophic results. Since these errors cause lifelong...

A Message to Our Customers About Coronavirus COVID-19:

A Message to Our Clients About Coronavirus COVID-19:

In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, Cates Mahoney, LLC is doing our part to comply with government warnings and restrictions. We do this out of concern for the safety, health and well-being of our clients and employees. To protect everyone from any unnecessary risk of exposure to Coronavirus (COVID-19), all future appointments will be conducted by telephone only. Walk-in appointments will not be accepted at this time. This policy will remain in place through April 3, 2020, but could obviously change depending on future government warnings and restrictions within our State and elsewhere.

We appreciate your understanding during this uncertain time.