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Saturday, July 22, 2017

Road Rage Rundown of Rockland County Mom and Kids


Q: Can I sue for personal injuries in a road rage accident?

Automobile accidents are a fact of life, especially in New York City and the surrounding areas. While lucky passengers may escape with minor injuries when they’re protected by a vehicle’s steel frame, such is rarely the case when pedestrians are the victims.

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Sunday, July 16, 2017

NYC Subway Crisis: "Summer of Hell" Goes from Delays to Danger


Q: Can I sue for injuries in a subway derailment accident?

New York City commuters have grit. Whether attempting to avoid an automobile accident above ground, or venturing into the bowels of the city’s subway system, navigating Manhattan is often like an accident waiting to happen.

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Monday, June 26, 2017

No One Stops After Man is Run Over Multiple Times in the Bronx


Q: Who is at fault if multiple drivers hit a pedestrian?

A hit-and-run automobile accident literally adds insult to injury. It is bad enough when a driver’s reckless, negligent, or intentional actions or inactions cause personal injury or wrongful death to someone else, but failing to stop and render aid or call for help makes the situation worse for both the driver and the victim.

It's even harder to imagine multiple vehicles following suit, striking the same victim and also driving away.


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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Pedestrian Massacre by Car in Times Square


Q: Is intent to injure or kill required in a personal injury or wrongful death action?

One Bronx man is allegedly responsible for killing one person and injuring almost 2 dozen others in a single incident in Times Square in New York City. The victims were not taken down by a gun, but rather by a car. Each day hundreds of Americans are injured or killed in automobile accidents.
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Monday, May 22, 2017

Off-duty NYPD Officer Crash Kills One Sister and Injures Another


Q: What charges and consequences may a police officer face for off-duty conduct unbecoming an officer?

A drunken driving car accident in the pre-dawn hours in New York City is not necessarily newsworthy these days. But when it results in the serious personal injury and wrongful death of two sisters and their friend, people take notice. Add to that the allegation that the accident was caused by an off-duty NYPD officer driving while intoxicated-- and it’s front page news.
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Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Flight from Shooting Scene Leads to Car Accident


Q: Is fleeing from gunshots an excuse for causing a car accident?

Car accidents in the Bronx are a daily occurrence. New York City shootings, sadly, happen more often than they should. But when you combine a shooting and a car accident, you get a newsworthy event.
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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Sharing the Blame in a Car-Pedestrian Accident


Q: Who’s responsible if a drunk driver hits and kills a pedestrian walking in the middle of the road?

When you’re in a car accident it's not uncommon for the front and side airbags to deploy...
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Friday, February 24, 2017

Avoid the Window Table


Q: Who is responsible for patrons’ personal injuries or property damage after a car drives through a store-front?

There’s a new drive-thru pizzeria in the Bronx, New York. At least, that’s how it looked when the dust from the accident had settled.

On the first business day of 2017, Famous Pizza Express on Kappock Street in Riverdale underwent a drastic involuntary renovation.


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Friday, February 17, 2017

Engineer Escapes Criminal Prosecution in Fatal New York Train Crash and Joins Victims List


Q: Is it possible to cause an accident, but also be a victim?

When a train accident occurs and leaves personal injury and wrongful death victims in its wake, people want answers and accountability. Very often, fingers initially point to the engineer when mechanical failures or track problems are apparently not involved.

But what if the engineer is merely another victim?

In December, 2013 a Metro North train took a turn at 82 miles per hour in a 30 mph zone, causing the train to fly off the tracks.


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Sunday, January 22, 2017

Would You Leave Your Friend to Die After a Car Accident?


When it comes to automobile accidents, sometimes even New York City firefighters and the “jaws of life” aren't enough to save victims’ lives.

What could've been a typical evening outing of four friends in the Bronx turned ugly when alcohol and speed reportedly entered the picture.

According to court papers and news reports, firefighters recently responded to a crash allegedly caused by a drunk driver veering into oncoming traffic.


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Monday, January 16, 2017

Fatal New York City Trucking Accident Pile-up


Q: Are commercial trucks and their drivers subject to additional rules and regulations that don’t apply to cars and ordinary drivers?

If you’ve travelled through the Bronx, New York, you know that nothing is worse than the usual traffic on the George Washington Bridge--unless of course the bridge is closed as a result of a multiple-fatality trucking accident.

Such was the case two days after Christmas when a car, two big rigs, and a pick-up truck were involved in a chain reaction pile up that took three lives and injured five others at the George Washington Bridge.

In an accident too horrific to imagine, the pick-up truck was reportedly idling behind a stopped 18 wheel tractor trailer and was crushed when a second big rig barreled into its rear.


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