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New York City Speeding Tickets Double During Coronavirus Pandemic

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As traffic has almost vanished on New York City streets during the coronavirus pandemic, The New York Times reports that some drivers have responded by speeding on open roadways. The article states that the empty streets have also brought out motorcycle gangs and extreme bikers doing wheelies and stunts in lanes of traffic. Neighbors say […]

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Can New Laws Protect Drivers from Ice Missiles on the Highway?

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At least four states including New York have bills pending that require drivers to clear excess ice and snow from their vehicles or face fines. According to a news report in the Indiana Gazette, just like ice chunks that can fall off buildings and hurt pedestrians, pieces of ice may break off vehicles and trailers […]

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Six Pedestrians Killed in Series of Car Accidents in New York City Over Three Days

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Six people were killed in 72 hours in New York City between Dec. 18 and Dec. 20 in a series of pedestrian accidents. According to a report in The New York Times, the fatal pedestrian accidents happened in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, reminding residents and officials of the dangers that still plague city streets in […]

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New York City Has Spent More Than Half a Billion Due to Its Workers Reckless Driving

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New York City has paid more than $550 million since 2013 to victims of car accidents caused by reckless employees of five key city agencies. According to an investigative report by Streetsblog, the grand total over a six-year period is $557,994,577 in claim settlements against the Departments of Sanitation, Police, Fire, Transportation and Parks. That […]

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Road Safety Tips for a Busy Thanksgiving Holiday

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According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, more than 55 million travelers are taking to the roads and skies this Thanksgiving. This is projected to be the second highest Thanksgiving travel volume since AAA began tracking this statistic back in 2000, trailing only the record that was set in 2005. Overall, an additional 1.6 […]

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Report Says Car Accidents Involving Child Pedestrians are Declining Nationwide

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Car accidents in the United States remain a leading cause of death for children. However, the rates of crash fatalities involving children on bicycles or on foot continue to decline each year, according to researchers at the New York University’s Langone School of Medicine in New York City. Based on 2000 to 2014 data from […]

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New York State Police Crack Down on Impaired Driving This Holiday Season

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New York State Police have joined law enforcement officials nationally to crack down on impaired driving this holiday season. According to a news report in the Troy Record, state police in New York are participating in the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign, which runs through Tuesday Jan. 1. During this campaign, drivers […]

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Car Accidents in Work Zones: Who is Liable?

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Work zone accidents are unfortunately extremely common across many cities. A work zone is typically an area of the roadway that is undergoing construction, maintenance or some type of repair work. Even though work zones are usually marked by signs, traffic devices, barricades and/or pavement markings etc., they substantially increase the risk of an auto […]

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Injured in a New York Car Accident: Whom Do You Call?

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If you have been injured in a car accident, you may be confused about what you need to do next. Whom do you call in such a situation? What steps should you take to protect your rights? At what point do you get medical attention? These may just be some of the questions you may […]

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Liability Issues in Distracted Driving Car Accident Cases

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It is commonly agreed that distracted driving – particularly distractions caused by the proliferation of smart phones – have caused a significant increase in car accident injuries and fatalities over the last few years. But, what is still being worked out in the court system, particularly in the civil justice system, are the many liability […]

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