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Pedestrian accident numbers in the city may be eased by new law

A new law will apply in New York City as of November 7. It reduces the speed limit on city streets from 30 to 25 mph. Mayor De Blasio pointed out that a pedestrian hit by a vehicle at 25 mph is only half as likely to die then if hit at a speed of 30 mph. That vital pedestrian accident statistic is important enough to justify the change, according to the mayor. 

Fatal motorcycle accident claims life of 57-year-old man

The untimely death of a loved one can cause extreme trauma to a family. Not only will they have to adjust to life without the love and guidance of the deceased, they will also be facing medical and end-of-life expenses. One New York family recently received the shocking news about the death of a loved one in a fatal motorcycle accident.

Bicyclist critically hurt in nearly fatal accident with bus

Bicyclists must use extreme care in navigating the busy  streets of New York City. NYDOT records indicate that there were 12 fatalities of bicycle riders in traffic accidents in the city in 2013, along with 26 reported injuries. Recently, a Red Bus hit a 29-year-old female cyclist on Main Street on Roosevelt Island, in a nearly fatal accident that has left the woman in a coma and reportedly brain dead.  

Man arrested in New York pedestrian accident

Human beings have several basic responsibilities to one another. Perhaps most importantly, a person should help another person who has been injured. It is certainly a person's responsibility to help another who has been injured as a result of his or her actions. However, police claim that the driver in a pedestrian accident in New York failed to help his victim. The pedestrian died from his injuries.

I was injured in a car accident -- where do I go for help?

It is not uncommon for drivers in New York to think that car accidents only happen to other people. When they find themselves involved in a collision, they are often unsure of what is expected of them and what to do next. Drivers often think that they have to sit back and wait for their insurance company to pay the medical expenses, not realizing that the insurers will likely do whatever they can to minimize the payout. Accident victims usually benefit from consulting with a motor vehicle accident attorney to guide them through the legalities after a car accident.

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