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August 2015 Archives

Pedestrian accidents can be devastating in New York

Narrow streets, busy intersections and pedestrians who need room to walk safely all combine for a dangerous situation on New York streets. Pedestrian accidents are common due to some of these factors and more. When pedestrian accidents happen on the streets of New York, the victims may suffer more severe injuries and incur much greater financial hardship than if that victim had been in a vehicle.

New York car accident kills two, injures others

When a vehicle is disabled on the side of the road and the driver is in the midst of getting help, it may prove to be a vulnerable position to be in for all involved. Recently, an accident took place in New York which claimed the life of two people, while leaving a number of others injured. The car accident involved a disabled vehicle and tow truck.

Head-on car accident results in injuries in New York

Head-on collisions can be particularly devastating for those who are unwittingly the victim of someone crossing the lanes into on-coming traffic. One such car accident recently occurred on a New York roadway. The ensuing aftermath left one woman in critical condition.

Rear-end car accident injures several in New York

A chain reaction or rear-end car accident can happen in the blink of an eye. As occurred in recent rear-end car accident in New York, innocent victims are left seeking medical care for injuries caused by the negligence of others. Those injured parties have the right to seek legal relief for the monetary damages sustained in the aftermath of a serious car accident.

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