Suffered a Dog Bite Injury? Here are the Laws You Should Know About

In a recent adversity in New Jersey, a three-year old boy was killed by his neighbors’ dogs while playing in his yard with his mother. While the boy succumbed to his injuries, his mother is in the hospital with severe injuries and remains in a critical condition. The dogs, since then, have been euthanized.  What […]

Election Day is Near…Long Lines to Vote, So Why Bother?

As November 3, 2020 nears, the country is gearing up for one of the most controversial general elections in U.S. History.  The 2020 election amid the COVID-19 pandemic is showing record numbers of people early voting.  Early voting centers across the nation are seeing massive crowds of voters waiting to exercise their right to vote.  […]

NY Confronts it’s Worst Measles Outbreak in Decades

National news and social media is buzzing with reports of measles outbreaks across the country.  According to a recent article in the New York Times, within the past few months the state of New York has seen over 180 cases of measles with 32 reported in Brooklyn.  In 2018, more than half the measles cases […]

Liquor Licenses in NY: Which Counties Have the Most (and Why It Matters)

Do You Live in One of New York’s Liquor-Loving Zip Codes? Have you ever wondered which cities and counties in New York have the highest number of liquor licenses? Or just how many establishments in the state are serving liquor daily? Maybe you’re wondering why you would want to know that in the first place. […]

Siler & Ingber Participating in 11th Annual Cops Who Care Food Drive

For the second year in a row, our team and partners of Siler & Ingber, LLP will be present at the Cops Who Care Food Drive. Similar to last year, we want to donate more than just money. We want to go all-hands-in and provide food and clothing for those who need it most. Therefore, […]

Siler & Ingber, LLP Thanksgiving Pie Giveaway Event

November is the month of giving. As we think back on how quickly 2018 has gone by, we realize we have to take a moment and “smell the roses.” Specifically, we want to thank our community for trusting us and coming to us when they need help the most. Here’s why we want to give […]

Ranking the Worst NY Counties for Drunk Driving

Counties Where New Yorkers Have the Highest Risk of Being Killed by a Drunk Driver Click on a county to see it’s ranking and statistics How many drunk drivers were on the road with you last night? The answer might depend on which county you were in. While DUI accidents happen all across the state […]

New York’s New Sexual Harassment Laws

The deadline has arrived! New York Legislators have passed a number of initiatives in the wake of the #MeToo movement.  New York State officially joined the fight against reforming sexual harassment policies in the workplace by issuing the final guidance on the strictest prevention laws the state has seen to date. Effective as of October […]

Are OSHA’s Increase in Fines Enough to Keep Employee’s Safe?

In 2015, OSHA floated an idea concerning its intention to increase its penalties by as much as 80 percent. For advocates who always lamented that the rates then charged by OSHA were too low, this was welcome news. Fast forward to 2018, the current rates makes one realize that OSHA made good of its intention. […]

Siler & Ingber Announce 2018 Opioid Awareness Scholarship Winner

Siler & Ingber Opioid Awareness Scholarship Kevin Drucker, a 2018 graduate of Bethpage Senior High School, is the winner of the $5,000 Opioid Awareness Scholarship sponsored by Siler & Ingber, LLP in partnership with Rabinowitz Charitable Foundation (RCF). Opioid deaths have been rising at epidemic proportions for the last two decades. More people died from […]