A 28-year-old woman has been charged with DWI and vehicular manslaughter after the car she was driving rear-ended another vehicle in a Queens crash, killing her passenger and injuring the driver of the other vehicle.
A construction worker fell 10 stories to his death while working on a building at 434 West 33rd Street in Manhattan in a fatal Midtown construction accident.
A 46-year-old man has been killed in a Brooklyn bicycle accident after a BMW plowed into him, throwing him on the hood of the sedan that then rammed into an SUV while going the wrong way on a one-way street.
Understanding how damages are awarded in New York personal injury cases can provide insight into what your personal injury case may be worth.
Uninsured motorist claims can be made by drivers involved in an accident when the at-fault driver has no insurance or their vehicle was driven without permission or stolen. Uninsured motorist insurance also provides protection against hit-and-run accidents.
Spring often leads many of us to nearby New York health clubs in an attempt to get in shape for summer. This could be one reason why incidences of health club injuries tend to rise during this time of year.
If you are in an accident in New York where the other driver was at fault, is it possible that someone else may also be held responsible for damages? Sometimes, the answer is yes.
Government research shows that truck accidents are responsible for 11 percent of fatal crashes in the U.S. The damage large trucks do is not surprising, considering their size and weight.
Slip and fall accidents are the second leading cause of death in the U.S., and a majority of slip and fall accidents happen because of hazardous environmental conditions – a slick sidewalk, a wet floor, a defect in the walking surface..