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August 2018 Archives

Common challenges in slip and fall cases

Whether it is a shopping day on the town or a weeknight spent running errands, New Yorkers rarely stop to think about the topic of slip and fall accidents. Yet when such an incident occurs, the shopping list is suddenly the least of one's worries. Depending on the severity of the accident, victims may have a long road ahead of them in terms of recovery, dealing with medical costs and navigating potential legal aspects. The following information takes a look at slip and fall incidents, as well as the possible hurdles that victims can face in the processes that follow an injury. 

Rules to prevent fatigue among truckers

New York residents understand that truckers who spend many long and often lonely hours behind the wheel can naturally become tired. The fatigue that sets in may be a contributor to crashes as drivers are unable to make their best decisions or react as quickly as they might if they were fresher and more awake. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration acknowledges this risk and has therefore developed a set of rules governing the working and rest hours for commercial drivers.

New York sees drop in vehicular fatalities

If you are like many people in New York, you have at times been very concerned about the number of people killed in automobile accidents, especially when these accidents could easily have been avoided if another driver had made a more responsible choice. Good examples include crashes caused by drugged or drunk drivers, wrecks that happen when a driver is distracted by a phone or other device and even those that occur when a driver maneuvers their vehicle in a reckless fashion.

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