Car Accidents Can Cause Spinal Injuries

Spinal Cord Injury From Car Accident

Unfortunately, car accidents can leave their victims with severe spinal cord injuries. According to the Mayo Clinic, of all the spinal cord injuries that occur in the United States, 35% of them are caused by car accidents. Victims of these accidents are often thrown from vehicles or jostled around within the vehicle with tremendous force. This […]

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Traumatic Brain Injuries After Accidents

Brain Trauma After Accident

Unfortunately, more than a million Americans suffer a traumatic brain injury each year. Whether the injury is a traumatic brain injury (TBI), a skull fracture, a closed head injury, or a brain bleed, over 80,000 people suffer from long-term disabilities due to their brain injury. The bad news is that many of these brain injury […]

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7 Common Causes of Truck Accidents

Truck Accident Causes in White Plains

There are many common causes of truck accidents in New York, and below is an incident that was caused by one of them: A person was killed, and two others were severely injured recently in an alleged drunk driving/hit and run accident on the George Washington Bridge according to the New York Post. The driver […]

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Slip / Trip and Fall Accidents, Premises Liability in New York

Slip Trip Fall Lawyer White Plains

In New York, both slip and fall and trip and fall cases are categories of personal injury law known as premises liability cases. These types of cases typically arise when property owners, businesses or other people or entities fail to provide a safe environment on their properties, and people then suffer injuries on those properties. […]

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The Dangers of Texting and Driving in New York

Texting and Driving Dangerous White Plains New York

A recent study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), found that drivers who take their attention away from the road for just two seconds double their risk of getting into an accident, and those who are engaged in a “secondary task,” such as texting and driving or talking on their cell phones, increase […]

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