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Who Is Responsible in a Chain Reaction Accident?

Published: Apr 30, 2020 Auto Accident, Personal Injury

Chain reaction car accidents involve multiple vehicles and typically result in more serious injuries and vehicle damage than a two-car collision. A chain reaction, or pile-up, also may involve more than one negligent party, which makes it more complex when it comes to establishing...

Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Claim?

Published: Apr 23, 2020 Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury

Medical professionals are expected to help their patients maintain good health and provide effective treatment in times of sickness or injury. When a medical professional fails to provide the expected standard of care because of negligence or carelessness, victims may be able to claim...

Liability in Accidents Caused by Wide Turning Trucks

Published: Mar 23, 2020 Personal Injury, Truck Accident

Truck accidents caused by wide turns have become increasingly common. With so many truckers operating big rigs for commercial and enterprise purposes, professional truck drivers must exercise extreme caution since they traverse roads with much smaller vehicles. However, truck drivers do not always bear...

Dangers of Drowsy Driving

Published: Mar 2, 2020 Auto Accident, Drunk Driving, Personal Injury

Driving takes concentration and attention, two elements that are in short supply when a person is overtired. Getting behind the wheel while feeling drowsy is a dangerous practice that is all too common in our sleep-deprived society. Common or not, driving a motor vehicle...

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.