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The dangerous driving violation that nearly 10 percent of New York City drivers commit

Anyone who drives in New York City has likely experienced a fair amount of frustration while attempting to navigate the city's congested streets. Traffic jams in the city are a common occurrence, especially during the morning and evening rush hours as city residents and commuters attempt to get to and from work.

At the scene of a car accident, what should you do?

In our last post, we talked about what your options are if you are at fault for a car accident. Motor vehicle collisions are scary, yet complex, matters and those who are involved in them need to consider all of their options carefully. Building off of what we wrote two weeks ago, let's take a look at what someone -- anyone -- should do in the immediate aftermath of a car accident.

What are my options if a car accident is my fault?

Perhaps you were texting while you were driving. Perhaps you were drowsy, intoxicated or emotionally agitated. Or perhaps you were simply driving in rough conditions. Whatever state you were in when you unintentionally caused a motor vehicle accident, it is important for you to understand that you likely still have legal options available to you.

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