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Category Archives: Personal Injury

Four Reasons Large Trucks Pose a Greater Danger

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Big rigs or large trucks are undoubtedly an essential and critical part of our nation’s economy. They perform the vital function of transporting goods to and from manufacturers and retailers. However, these large trucks also pose a significant danger to other vehicles on our roadways because of their size, weight, speed and large blind spots. […]

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Seven Costly Mistakes to Avoid After a New York Car Accident

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If you have been injured in a car accident, you know that it can be a traumatic event and one that proves stressful for a long time. After such an incident, you may have a number of questions including whom to hold accountable and how to pay for expenses relating to your injuries and losses. […]

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Claim Draws Attention to How Lead Paint is Affecting NYC Children

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A Brooklyn family has filed a notice of claim, which is a precursor to a lawsuit, against the New York City Department of Education over lead poisoning in classrooms. Evidence of lead contamination was discovered after Mayor Bill de Blasio’s call last year for sweeping inspections and remediations of the city’s schools. According to a […]

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Bayer’s $10 Billion Roundup Settlement to Also Benefit Research

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Bayer, the pharmaceutical company that makes Roundup weed killer, entered into a settlement last week agreeing to pay about $10 billion to settle legal claims over the health effects of the herbicide. According to a report in Discover Magazine, the settlement will bring an end to 95,000 lawsuits brought against Monsanto, which Bayer bought in […]

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Fatal Hit-and-Run at Brooklyn Street Intersection

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A man was struck and killed by the driver of an SUV who witnesses say was traveling at least 80 mph on the public roadway. According to a Streetsblog.com report, the incident occurred at the intersection of Avenue N and East 98th Street in Canarsie. The driver and his passenger fled by foot from the […]

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Bronx Car Crash Leaves Eight People Injured

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Dashcam video captured a shocking moment when a car sped through an intersection in the Bronx and struck several pedestrians before slamming into a coffee cart. According to a report in the New York Daily News, the crash occurred in Fordham Heights. Eight people were injured including the driver. Injuries Sustained The video shows a […]

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Driver Arrested in Violent Staten Island Collision

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Police have arrested a 21-year-old man in connection with a horrific car accident in Staten Island on June 13 that left a pregnant woman injured and cost the life of her child. According to a news report in The Staten Island Advance, the 21-year-old driver faces multiple charges including second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and driving […]

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Federal Monitor Says Pandemic Hampered NYCHA’s (The Projects) Repair Progress

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The federal monitor who is in charge of overseeing reforms at the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) (The Projects) stated in a recently-released report that the coronavirus pandemic has slowed down the agency’s progress toward meeting deadlines to eliminate unsafe and unsanitary conditions in public housing developments, The Chief-Leader reports. Lead Paint Inspections Lagging […]

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Two Pedestrians Killed in Separate Crashes in New York City

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Two pedestrians were recently killed – one in Brooklyn and the other in Queens, in early morning crashes on consecutive days. According to a Streetsblog.com report, the first crash, a hit and run, occurred early morning on June 4. Police say a pedestrian was in the westbound lane of 135th Avenue in Jamaica, Queens when […]

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Bicycles make 2020’s Hottest Commodities list

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A column in The Wall Street Journal talks about how bicycling can benefit New Yorkers, especially at the time of a pandemic when most people are either working from home or avoiding mass transit in fear of contracting the virus. According to the column’s author, it is hardly surprising that people are taking to bicycles […]

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