If you go to the doctor presenting with some sort of medical problem, you expect the doctor to provide some answers. Yet many people are often sent home with a proverbial “clean bill of health” even when they know something is wrong. Only later is a problem identified–often by another doctor–and by then the person’s Continue Reading..
A hit-and-run accident occurs when two or more motorists are involved in a collision and one party leaves the scene. A hit-and-run can also occur when a motorist provides the wrong name or contact information, so they cannot be found later. These accidents are taken very seriously in New York City, and those who commit Continue Reading..
Trucking accidents are complex on two fronts. Because they can weigh up to 80,000 lbs when carrying cargo, their ability to cause catastrophic damages in an accident is significant. Areas such as the BQE (Bronx Queens Expressway) can be challenging for New Yorkers to navigate, let alone an out-of-state truck driver carrying thousands of pounds Continue Reading..
What to Do After a Long Island Motorcycle Crash: What To Do If You’re Injured in a Motorcycle Accident in Nassau or Suffolk Counties and How To Get A Free Attorney Consultation
Motorcycle riding is a fun way to check out the city or leave the house. Regrettably, it likewise comes with its risks and threats. There are more than 35 million motorcycles in the United States, however just about 0.6 percent of them are involved in fatal accidents each year. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Continue Reading
Many of the streets in New York are congested, which means that car accidents are common. When most people think of car accidents in the city, they think of minor fender benders. Surprisingly though, serious accidents that result in catastrophic injuries are also common. Read on to learn about the most common types of car Continue Reading..
New York is a no-fault state. But what does that mean, and how does no-fault insurance work in NY? To obtain a license plate and drive legally on public roads, all car owners must register their vehicle with the state. Part of the registration process requires car owners to provide proof of financial responsibility. This Continue Reading..