Category: Car Accidents

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NYPD at the scene of an accident to investigate

Determining the facts of a car accident is crucial. Some accidents are relatively easy to investigate – for instance, in a rear-end accident, it’s usually the driver in the back who is at fault for the accident. Other accidents can be more complex, such as collisions involving multiple vehicles and

child being buckled into the car seat

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 608 children aged 12 and younger died in motor vehicle accidents in 2019, and more than 91,000 children sustained injuries. While protecting children from accidents depends on safe driving habits, it also depends upon owning a reliable car or booster seat that

Young person on the phone after car accident

Were you injured in a car accident on Long Island? Are you fairly certain that the other driver was negligent in some way and might be at fault for your crash? If so, you might be able to seek compensation for the harm you’ve suffered and the financial losses you’ve

car insurance agreement

If you are a motorist in New York, you are required to have certain types of insurance coverage if an accident occurs. As is the case in other states, you are required to have liability insurance and uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage. Still, because New York is a no-fault state, you are

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 man with a bone fracture

Bone fractures are among the most common types of injuries that car accident victims sustain. These injuries can occur even if you are buckled up and can range in severity depending upon the force and location of the impact. If you have sustained a bone fracture in a car accident,

distracted teen driving

When a teenager causes an accident in New York, parents will not typically be held liable for damages resulting from the accident unless their negligence contributed to the accident. However, parents may be responsible if they own the vehicle their teenager was driving at the time of the accident, even

yield sign

While the law does not give anyone the right of way, it does dictate when you must “yield” that right to others. The law outlines who goes first and who must yield in various traffic situations.  Different parties will have the right of way in different situations. A variety of

dangerous driving while writing sms text

In New York, citations are often issued for reckless driving, which typically involves putting other motorists, motorcycle riders, cyclists, pedestrians, and others in danger through negligent driving behaviors such as speeding and unsafe lane changes. In worst-case scenarios, reckless driving can lead to catastrophic accidents and injuries for all victims