Category: Car Accidents


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,

In a car accident, occupants inside the vehicle may strike their head on the steering wheel, dashboard, window, or another surface. They may also experience a sharp neck movement called whiplash. Either of these violent events could easily result in a traumatic brain injury (TBI). A TBI damages brain tissue and

People across New York are leaving their homes more frequently now that stay-at-home orders have come to an end, and businesses across New York have started to reopen. As you begin to drive again and interact with others outside of your home, it is crucial to be aware of specific

If you’ve been involved in a motor vehicle accident in New York, you’ll want to make sure to obtain an official copy of the accident report that was filed with the state. This report will be essential when dealing with your own insurance company for repairs after the crash, and

News 12 Long Island reported on November 5, 2019, that at least five people were injured in a five-vehicle accident in Commack that shut down the Long Island Expressway for most of the day. Police said that the driver of a 2012 Toyota Highlander westbound on the Long Island Expressway

Syracuse University men’s basketball coach Jim Boeheim recently agreed to his first interview since he was involved in a fatal accident on Interstate 690 (I-690) that claimed a 51-year-old man’s life on February 20, 2019. Esquire reported on September 11, 2019 that Boeheim attended a two-hour hearing in which the

Though not ready to follow in the footsteps of California and Colorado entirely, a major change to New York law took place in June of 2019. Though not making sale, growth, and distribution legal, the change allowed for New Yorkers to possess significant quantities of weed without facing charges. It