Re-Opening of the Courts

All of our attorneys are constantly being asked when we expect the courts in Suffolk and Nassau Counties to re-open. While no formal announcement has been made, all of the courts on Long Island will re-open with restrictions around June 1, 2020. It should be noted that the criminal courts on Long Island have been […]

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Existing Personal Injury Claims Since the Start of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Many clients of Glynn, Mercep & Purcell, who had pending personal injury cases resulting from automobile accidents before the pandemic, have called us inquiring about the status of their cases. Some were concerned that the physical closing of the courts would seriously delay the resolution of their personal injury cases. Others asked about the scheduling […]

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Deer Accidents

During the months since the Covid-19 corona virus pandemic has become a crisis, we have all had to deal with many issues in New York State on a daily basis. One of the unforseen consequences of the Governor’s Stay at Home directives is that there have been far more incidents of motor vehicles hitting deer, […]

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Can you get out of a contract to buy or sell a home because of the pandemic

We are Glynn, Mercep & Purcell have been asked this question by both sellers and buyers, and it is not an easy one to respond to. Our extremely experienced real estate department is not only ready to help you close title on the home you are selling or purchasing during these difficult times, but we […]

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Real Estate Transactions during Covid-19 Pandemic

We are receiving many calls from residents of Suffolk County who either have contracts to sell their homes or have buyers ready to go to contract. The first thing to understand is that all legal documents can now be signed electronically by computer. You don’t have to physically met with your lawyer. Equally important, you […]

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Covid-19 Related Complaints

We at Glynn, Mercep & Purcell have recently received a number of inquiries about people’s rights during this pandemic. Specifically, some of our neighbors have asked about their rights if required to go to work in person, and others about whether compensation might be available if they or their loved one may have been further […]

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