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August 2018 Archives

Teen rushed to hospital after SUV-pedestrian crash

It's always hard to find out that a child has been injured but imagine knowing that your teen was crossing the street near their school when they were hit. You'd likely be furious that drivers weren't paying more attention, since schools are returning to session and starting new years.

Motorcycle wreck: Legal action might provide you with closure

Many people are going to head out in the waning days of summer to enjoy their motorcycles before cooler weather makes its appearance. All drivers on the roads need be prepared to give motorcyclists enough space, as well as the respect they deserve. Unfortunately, some drivers don't even appear to notice the bikers with whom they share the roads.

Drugged driving may be as problematic as drunk driving

For some time, alcohol impairment has been one the leading causes of fatal car accidents in the United States. However, according to data provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the American Automobile Association (AAA), drugged driving has also become a big problem in New York and elsewhere.

Motorcyclist dies in crash on Farrington Hollow Road

Motorcycle accidents are devastating to the victim, their families, witnesses and even the driver who struck them. The reality is that no one wants to see another person get hurt. Sadly, many drivers do not pay enough attention to the road and do cause accidents that result in serious injuries or the deaths of motorcyclists.

Premises liability after an attack in your rented home

The presence of violence has become an unfortunate reality for many Americans, including those who live in New York. Victims of these attacks suffer deep wounds in a range of different ways. There are the physical injuries to cope with as well as the mental and emotional trauma that accompanies a personal attack. Who is to blame when assault occurs and what can victims do to take back a measure of control over their lives.