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How to Prevent Winter Road Accidents

When it comes to seasonal road conditions, winter is by far the most demanding time for New York motorists. As the temperatures drop, wet and icy conditions can make driving more challenging. As such, inclement weather significantly contributes to traffic accidents.

Whether you drive a car or a motorcycle,...

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Main Causes of Intersection Accidents

Intersections are known to be hotbeds for disaster when it comes to car accidents.

Although any road can be dangerous for drivers and pedestrians, the risks are higher whenever cars cross lanes or pass in opposite directions. 

As such, it's essential to understand how intersection crashes...

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Common Injuries Associated with T-Bone Accidents

According to the New York State Health Department’s website, based on statistics from 2012 to 2014, seven Nassau County residents died in traffic crashes, and another 111 residents required hospitalization. Although not specified in the data, some of these wrecks were undoubtedly T-bone collisions at intersections or...

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What Happens If I Was Injured by an Uninsured Driver?

Car accidents are frightening and frustrating, often leaving victims with injuries and mounting bills. Should the accident involve an uninsured driver, the stress can be much worse. 

If you’ve been injured in an accident with an uninsured driver, you may still be entitled to financial recovery. For legal...

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Never Say “Sorry” After a Car Accident

As a child, you were probably taught to say “sorry” when you felt regret or remorse for something. You might even say “sorry” now to express sympathy. You may even say “sorry” reflexively or out of habit.

The furthest thought from your mind when you say “sorry” is that...

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