Accidents

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Pedestrian accidents are an all-too-common occurrence on the busy streets of New York. Motorists have a responsibility to drive cautiously when pedestrians are present and are required to yield the right-of-way. Unfortunately, drivers who are distracted, drowsy, intoxicated, or otherwise negligent could strike a pedestrian, and when a vehicle weighing…

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The True Tale: When I was 5 years old, I wanted what millions of other children dreamed of – a set of “choo-choo” trains, complete with an engine, tracks, freight cars, and all the other railroad paraphernalia that make up a toy train set. Wow! To see such trains featured…

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In the immediate aftermath of a car accident, your mind is likely swimming with fears and concerns. You may be in pain from a serious injury, or you may be worried about how you will pay to repair your car. It can be hard to think clearly during this high-stress…

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Negligent and reckless drivers pose a threat to everyone on the road, leading to serious or even deadly accidents. In May 2020, the New York Police Department (NYPD) reported 5,935 car accidents throughout the city during a single month. These accidents caused serious injuries to drivers, passengers, pedestrians, and cyclists,…

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The first abuse accusation goes back to 1994, but it is reasonably likely that Dr. Larry Nassar’s crimes extend even further into the past. As the number of victims increases on a seemingly daily basis, now reaching nearly 250 cases, determining precisely when he first began to prey on young…

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A chiropractor and his wife confessed to engineering a scam to defraud insurance companies by overstating the extent of injuries suffered by people under their care. As part of the scam, the St. Louis couple bribed police officers for access to accident reports and other documents not meant for public…

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Thanksgiving marked the start of the holiday season, a time when families and friends come together in joy and harmony. Delicious meals are served and quality time is spent over turkey and pumpkin pie. The atmosphere is relaxing, away from work and other responsibilities. Except for these days, Black Friday…

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Fifty years ago, decorating for Halloween was not the all-encompassing activity it has become now for many Americans. Decorations existed and were purchasable at stores, but the sheer number of electronic and large-scale ghosts and witches just didn’t exist. More and more real estate is given over to these accouterments,…

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Five Michigan teenagers, ranging in age from 15-17, are facing significant charges after a man was killed by rocks they were dropping off a highway overpass. The teens insisted it was all intended as a prank, but the local District Attorney is not interested in their excuses. They caused a…

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