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Trip or Treat?

2020-04-03T14:08:33-04:00October 27th, 2019|Car Accidents, Consumer Protection, Personal Injury|

Halloween is a big deal for children and families all across the United States, giving children (and many adults!) the opportunity to dress up and collect some great candy while they're at it. With a massive number of people participating each year, there is always a need to pause and think ...

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Bike Accident and Injury Risks in NYC

2020-10-21T11:23:22-04:00July 23rd, 2019|Car Accidents, Personal Injury|

According to the NYC DOT, nearly 4,500 bicyclists were injured in accidents involving a motor vehicle in 2017. Twenty-four of those bicyclists died. Even though the risk of being injured while riding in NYC decreased dramatically between 2000 and 2017, there are still serious reasons to remain alert and careful ...

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Common Airbag Injuries in Car Accidents

2019-04-18T20:33:15-04:00March 26th, 2019|Car Accidents|

Although intended to save lives in the event of a collision, airbags can cause severe injuries in certain circumstances. When an airbag malfunctions or is defective, you could be owed significant compensation for any injuries you suffer. Even when an airbag functions properly, it can still cause serious injuries. In ...

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OTC and Prescription Drugs Cause Drivers Accidents

2019-03-26T20:08:01-04:00March 21st, 2019|Car Accidents, Product Liability|

The concerns about over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription medication use among truckers is heightened in recent years because America is gripped by a truck driver shortage. According to an article in the Washington Post, the American Trucking Association estimates that 51,000 more drivers are needed to accommodate the growing shipping demands ...

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Accidents Caused by Traffic Congestion and Rubbernecking

2019-03-27T12:55:22-04:00March 20th, 2019|Car Accidents, Personal Injury|

While not everyone will admit it, we are all probably guilty of staring at an accident as we pass by. This act of taking your attention off of the road in front of you is often referred to as rubbernecking. While it can be tempting to see what is going ...

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Citi Bikes and Bike-Related Accidents in New York City

2019-04-18T20:35:07-04:00March 19th, 2019|Car Accidents, Personal Injury|

Biking is an efficient, healthy, and eco-friendly way to get around. Unfortunately, riding a bike doesn’t come without risks, especially in New York City. The availability of bike-share services, like Citi Bike, has given rise to increased bike-related accidents and injuries. If you have been hurt in a bike accident ...

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Complete Guide to New York’s Driver and Family Protection Act

2019-03-25T15:38:57-04:00July 18th, 2018|Car Accidents|

Before this year, you and your family might have been on the hook for expensive damages and medical costs if involved in a crash with an uninsured driver. But New York’s Driver and Family Protection Act changed all that. Now motorists automatically gain supplemental insurance coverage as part of any ...

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What is No-Fault Insurance?

2018-11-01T12:47:50-04:00November 5th, 2014|Car Accidents|

New York is a “no-fault” auto insurance state, which means that insurers are required to pay for limited medical bills by covering incidents regardless of fault resulting from automobile accidents, regardless of who is at fault for the accident. This guarantees insured motorists get some benefit from their insurance. No-fault ...

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