Category: Car Accidents

5 Steps to Take After a Hit-and-Run Accident in New York

Posted On January 21, 2020 In Car Accidents

Someone hit you, and they fled the scene. Now, you are facing a mountain of medical bills, you are not sure when you will be able to return to work, and the lingering effects of your injuries remind you of the accident on a daily basis.…

Liability for Head-On Collisions in New York

Posted On December 10, 2019 In Car Accidents

Who is Liable for a Head-On Collision?

Head-on collisions are among the most dangerous types of car accidents. According to data from the Insurance Information Institute (III) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 10 percent of all fatal vehicle accidents involve head-on collisions, including 13 percent of all fatal accidents in rural areas and seven percent of all fatal urban crashes.…

New York Is Getting More Dangerous for Cyclists and Pedestrians

Posted On September 16, 2019 In Car Accidents

“New York Needs to Move Aggressively to Protect Cyclists and Pedestrians.” 

That was the headline on a New York Times editorial last month, sounding the alarm on a danger that many New Yorkers might not yet be aware of. 

For the first time in a long time, bicycle and pedestrian accidents are on the rise in New York.

What Happens When You Go to Court for a Car Accident?

Posted On September 6, 2019 In Car Accidents

You may have heard it said that most car accident cases never make their way to a courtroom. That’s true. The overwhelming majority of car accident claims are resolved through a private settlement agreement between the victim and the responsible insurance companies, usually after a period of intensive negotiations between the parties.…

A Look at the Latest Science on Recovery from Moderate to Severe TBI

Posted On August 22, 2019 In Car Accidents

Even after centuries of advancements in medical science, the human brain remains something of a mystery. In fact, experts have said that humans know more about the ocean and its deepest fathoms than they do about their own brains.

It is so complex and sophisticated an organ that doctors are only beginning to understand how the brain copes with injury and heals over time.…