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There’s been a traffic accident. People are seriously injured, and they need to know who caused the crash so they can hold them financially responsible for it. To that end, the insurance companies and other interested parties will investigate to determine whose negligence – a legal term for a failure

accident sign - What to Do If the Other Driver Tries to Blame You for an Accident

A car accident is bad enough on its own, but when the at-fault driver refuses to take responsibility, the situation can become so much worse. Owning up to their actions can mean facing potential consequences like increased insurance rates or damage to their driving record. Fearing the potential legal repercussions

new york car accident lawyer with his client - how to choose a car accident lawyer in New York

A New York car accident can leave you feeling vulnerable. Navigating the complexities of filing a compensation claim and negotiating with an aggressive insurance adjuster can cause unnecessary stress and anxiety during a time when you should be focusing on your recovery. In your head, you know that hiring an

man who had an accident in New York - who is at fault for a left turn accident in New York

Left-hand turns are among the most hazardous maneuvers on crowded New York streets. These turns are so dangerous that some scientists have recommended banning left-hand turns altogether because they pose a significant safety risk to American drivers. Although they may be common, most people are confused about who can be held responsible

insurance adjuster in New York - how to talk to a New York insurance adjuster

In the aftermath of a motor vehicle accident, you’ll likely have to talk to an insurance adjuster, either one from your insurance provider, the other driver’s, or both. What you say to them can significantly impact your accident claim. Their friendly demeanor and concern for your health and safety can

pedestrians walking in New York City - how drivers can reduce pedestrian accidents in New York

According to the New York Department of Health, nearly 300 pedestrians die in accidents involving motor vehicles in New York State annually. Another 15,000 pedestrians are injured by motorists each year. Pedestrians don’t have seat belts. They don’t wear helmets when they walk across the street to grab coffee. Nothing is

truck on the road - Why Trucks Have Longer Stopping Distances

Larger commercial trucks and tractor-trailers are potentially hazardous vehicles. Although they keep the American shipping industry running, they are immense machines capable of doing catastrophic damage to the smaller vehicles they share the road with. Data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration shows that at least 71 percent of individuals killed