Poughkeepsie, New York
The City of Poughkeepsie is in Dutchess County and has a population of approximately 30,000 people. The name of the city comes from a Native American word meaning “the reed covered lodge by the little water place.” Originally, Poughkeepsie was a village incorporated in 1799; the city was chartered in 1854. Poughkeepsie was the second capital of New York. In 1788, the Ratification Convention for New York State assembled at the courthouse on Market Street. In attendance were Alexander Hamilton, John Jay and George Clinton. They ratified New York as the 11th of the 13 original colonies.
Poughkeepsie is famous for its many colleges, including Vassar, Marist, Dutchess Community College and the CIA (Culinary Institute of America) where some fine chefs often get their training. The Mid Hudson Civic Center hosts concerts, professional wrestling, trade shows and various hockey events.
The Law Office of Mark A. Siesel specializes in personal injury and criminal law, and we pride ourselves on providing personalized, hands on attention to each of our clients. From the moment the client enters our White Plains, New York offices, through the conclusion of their case by trial, mediation, arbitration or other resolution, our clients are fully apprised of the status of their cases at all times. We offer a free initial consultation to all clients, and are accessible through our two websites, injurylawny.com and dwilawnewyork.com, three blogs, and by fax, e-mail.
Contact our office at (914) 428-7386 to schedule an appointment for your free consultation or visit our websites at injurylawny.com or dwilawnewyork.com. Directions to our law office from the Dutchess County Courthouse in Poughkeepsie can be accessed by clicking here.