Category: Accidents

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taxi crash

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, you might wish to pursue an injury claim against the other party. One of the best decisions you can make is to hire an attorney to represent you and guide you through the process. But what happens when you are unsatisfied with

a pedestrian is hit by a car

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, distracted, tired, intoxicated, or otherwise negligent drivers often strike pedestrians, and when a vehicle that weighs thousands of

hit and run accident

Hit and run accidents are an unfortunate occurrence that happens frequently in New York and across the country. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety reported that rates of hit and run accidents are increasing. They found that in 2016, there were 737,100 hit and run collisions in the United States,

a man holding car keys

Being involved a car accident is stressful enough on its own, but what if a car accident happens while you are driving a rental car? Even if the accident was minor and no one sustained any serious injuries, dealing with the rental car company in the aftermath of an accident

workers repairing a manhole

There are 350,000 manholes across all five boroughs of New York City, and although accidents involving manholes aren’t as common as some other types of accidents, that doesn’t mean they don’t happen. Cars driving down New York City streets and pedestrians walking along New York City sidewalks don’t typically expect

man filling out a police report after an accident on Long Island

If you are involved in a car accident that results in damage of $1000 or more, you’re required to file a police report under New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law. When police are called to the scene of a crash, they will create and submit a detailed report. The

a man in a wheelchair

The True Tale: Great composers and lyricists have the anointed gift of separating human emotions by turning their special creations into poetry. On point, and most recently, I saw a TV commercial announcing the future showing of an old movie filmed upon a hit Broadway musical. The film was “Annie”,