Category: Car Accidents

How to Collect Evidence for Your Rideshare Accident Claim

Posted On August 30, 2022 In Car Accidents,Personal injury

Using rideshare services like Uber or Lyft allows you to travel without using public transportation or your own vehicle. While these apps provide accessibility and convenience, you may still be in danger of suffering an injury in an accident. 

Uber and Lyft drivers do not need to take a special driving test or undergo heightened screening; to become a driver they just need a license, proof of residency, registration, and insurance.

How to Legally and Safely Ride Your ATV in New York

Posted On August 25, 2022 In Car Accidents,Personal injury

All-terrain vehicles (ATVs) are motorized light utility vehicles designed primarily for off-road use. Also known as quads or four-wheelers, they are ideal for getting work done on farms and ranches. However, more and more people have begun to purchase them purely for recreational use.

What to Do if You Are Injured by a Taxi While Visiting New York

Posted On July 19, 2022 In Car Accidents,Pedestrian Accidents

Taxis rule the New York streets. Pedestrians, drivers, riders, and other users of the road do their best to avoid a collision. However, accidents do happen anywhere, anytime, without notice. Some of the major culprits include adverse weather conditions, faulty vehicles, faulty road signs, and careless drivers.

Who Is Liable When Road Hazards Cause a New York Car Accident?

Posted On July 7, 2022 In Car Accidents,Personal injury

According to recent findings by the National Transportation Research Nonprofit, up to 47% of major roads in New York are in poor or mediocre condition. This eye-opening statistic highlights the dangers motorists face on their everyday travels. Road hazards such as uneven pavement, black ice, potholes, and more can pose serious hazards to road users, resulting in traffic accidents that can cause serious injuries or even death.

Should You Call 911 After a Car Accident in NYC?

Posted On April 12, 2022 In Car Accidents,Personal injury

While some car accidents only result in property damage, others cause severe injuries and harm to the people involved. Feeling confused and frustrated after an accident is normal and can last for an extended period. If someone requires immediate medical attention, the first step is to contact emergency care.