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Pedestrian accidents can lead to wide range of injuries

For pedestrians navigating city streets, the fear of being hit by a car is always prevalent. However, when New York drivers are careless, reckless or simply unaware, pedestrian accidents can occur and can be devastating. The nature of a pedestrian accident means a victim can suffer a wide range of serious injuries.

Construction accidents can be devastating in New York

Any construction site in the city or the suburbs can be inherently wrought with danger. Even though injuries from construction accidents may happen anywhere, anyone injured has rights and protections under the law. Anyone injured at a construction site in New York can benefit from knowing what legal options may be available and what type of incidents can commonly lead to construction accidents.

Bad weather can increase likelihood of pedestrian accidents

Any pedestrian crossing a city street should be keenly aware of his or her surroundings. However, vehicles on the roads and streets of New York have a responsibility to look out for pedestrians also. During times of inclement weather, pedestrian accidents may be more likely to happen. A pedestrian accident recently took the life of a man on the streets of New York on a Sunday morning.

Pedestrian accidents can be fatal in New York

The act of walking along the city sidewalk should be a generally safe activity and way to get around. But, simply walking on the sidewalks can lead to pedestrian accidents. Often in New York, those pedestrian accidents can be fatal, unfortunately. One such fatal accident recently occurred and a young woman lost her life.

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