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Suspect flees the scene of pedestrian accident in New York

It is typically considered a crime to leave the scene of an accident causing an injury. In New York, a recent pedestrian accident in Nassau County left one person injured and investigators with questions surrounding the odd behavior of the driver before fleeing the scene of the crash. Once officers are able to piece together the evidence in this case, the injured victim may have grounds for a personal injury lawsuit.

Fatal accident in New York results after night of partying

It is estimated that one in three people will be involved in a drunk driving accident in their lifetime. Despite the known dangers associated with drinking and driving, lives continue to senselessly be lost in alcohol related crashes. An impaired driver in New York is believed to be responsible for a fatal accident that recently claimed the life of one man and injured four others.

New York pedestrian accident claims a woman's life

According to the city's Department of Transportation, pedestrian deaths account for approximately 52 percent of the traffic fatalities in New York. This staggering death rate has left many residents questioning whether enough is being done to reduce these deaths. Despite the efforts of many safety advocacy groups, a recent pedestrian accident has tragically claimed another victim.

Fatal truck accident partially collapses New York building

It is commonplace in many households for families to spend their evenings gathered together in their living room. One New York family recently received a shocking surprise when a cement truck crashed into the living room of their home. The truck accident tragically killed the driver and injured four others. Pending the results of an investigation, the injured victims may have grounds for a personal injury claim.

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