A fatal hit-and-run accident happens almost six times every day in the U.S. A 38-year older woman in North Babylon became the latest New York victim when an AutoZone delivery van struck two pedestrians and just kept going.
Women have a higher probability of dying or being seriously injured in a vehicle accident than men, and part of the reason may lie in the outdated crash test dummies used by car manufacturers.
It's not a pleasant thought, but do you know what happens to your body if you are involved in an auto accident?
In all of 2018, there were 10 cyclists killed in traffic accidents in New York City. This year - and we are just halfway through 2019 - there have already been 10 bicyclist deaths.
24/7, 365 days a year, tanker trailers are carrying materials on America's highways - 3 billion tons each year!
Workers, tradespeople, tourists, and residents were alarmed recently by what many took to be explosions in a New York City building. Many recalled the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Instead, however, a privately-owned helicopter had crashed into the roof of the structure located between 51st and 52nd Streets.
With summer right around the corner, we think of barbecues and beach outings and fireworks. Especially for the Fourth of July, one of our best American traditions!
A drunk driver from Cohoes killed two New York City residents and seriously injured two others when he plowed into their car while they were stopped for a traffic light.
If you have been injured in any type of accident, you know that there are a lot of important things to do both immediately following the accident, plus for a long time afterward. You must get emergency medical care, work with multiple insurance carriers and their adjusters, take care of property damage, and apply for Workers' Compensation or disability benefits if applicable.