Year: 2021

man holding a bottle, drunk driving

When drivers choose to drink and drive in New York, they put everyone at risk. Alcohol significantly impairs both judgment and motor coordination, increasing the chances of a drunk driving accident exponentially. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), even drivers with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.02

snowy and dangerous parking lot in new york

Parking lots can be dangerous places, particularly during the busy holiday shopping season. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), tens of thousands of traffic-related crashes occur in parking lots every year. NSC data also reveals that traffic accidents in parking lots increase during the holidays. If you are a

woman injured after a NY car accident

New York’s no-fault laws can make it more difficult for you to obtain compensation for pain and suffering after a car accident. However, you should not let the complexity of New York’s personal injury laws prevent you from seeking fair compensation for the harm you’ve suffered after a car accident.

decorating home for the holidays

The holidays are upon us, and for many people, that means it’s time to put up decorations and lights in preparation for the season. However, holiday decorations can present hazards. From candles and string lights to strands of garland and extension cords, many holiday decorations have the potential to cause

car covered in snow, driving in NY during a snowstorm

While most motorists understand the importance of cautious driving during the colder winter months, people are still injured every day by distracted, intoxicated, and otherwise negligent drivers. Each year, there are approximately 156,164 crashes on snowy and icy roads, injuring 116,800 people and killing 1,300 more. If you’ve been injured in

pedestrians in winter weather

The holidays are officially upon us, which means more people will be on the road than usual. However, the increase in traffic also implies an increased risk for pedestrian accidents. Below, we’ll discuss why pedestrian accidents spike during the holidays, steps you can take to protect yourself from harm, and