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Pedestrians Come Out for NY Summer

Pedestrians Come Out for NY Summer  New York City pedestrians, rejoice: the 2017 number of traffic fatalities was the lowest on record since 1910! This statistic is something to be happy about, since across the board in other states pedestrian deaths continue to rise. So what is New York doing differently that’s working?  Well, in Read More

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How Often Are People Hit by Trains (and What Can We Do About It)?

How Often Are People Hit by Trains (and What Can We Do About It)? Railroads have a rich history in our Nation, signifying the arrival of affluence and growth around the country. Now, mass transit is a major part of being able to successfully navigate the City and save on time and cost in our Read More

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Are Mopeds as Dangerous as Motorcycles?

Are Mopeds as Dangerous as Motorcycles? With never-ending traffic jams, increasing gas prices, and a sea of dangerous drivers out there, many New Yorkers have decided to ditch other forms of transportation and give mopeds a try. A moped is a small motorcycle that travels at about the same speed as a bicycle. Although a Read More

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When Doctors Don’t Listen, They Miss the Facts

When Doctors Don’t Listen, They Miss the Facts You may have seen the explosive viral video showing a sick and fed-up female patient being yelled at by a Gainesville doctor. The patient, a woman named Jessica Stipe, had her daughter film the emotional one-minute encounter and posted it to her Facebook page in order to Read More

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If You Slip During Construction, Is the Company Responsible?

If You Slip During Construction, Is the Company Responsible? As any true New Yorker knows, construction is just part of daily life. We live in a bustling city where new apartments and skyscrapers go up every single day. And while construction makes our lives easier in the long run, it sometimes proves to be an Read More

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Children Are Especially Vulnerable Pedestrians

Children Are Especially Vulnerable Pedestrians In a recent tragedy in March 2018, pregnant Broadway star Ruthie Ann Miles witnessed the death of her four-year-old daughter in a pedestrian accident. A 44-year-old woman lost control of her car during a supposed seizure, and hit Miles as well as three other pedestrians at Ninth Street and Fifth Read More

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Are Taxi Accidents a Big Risk in NYC?

Are Taxi Accidents a Big Risk in NYC? Yellow taxicabs are practically our mascots in New York City, and they’ve been made famous with supporting roles in many Hollywood movies—even a Scorsese movie title. But sometimes, these mascots “attack.” Recently, Jim Burns, the co-creator of MTV Unplugged, was struck by a taxi as he crossed Read More

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What Happens in a New York City Crane Collapse?

What Happens in a New York City Crane Collapse? Construction is constantly taking place in New York City—in every part of town and during every season. The City That Never Sleeps is also the city that never stops building. Because of New York’s multi-story buildings, high-rises, and skyscrapers, cranes are a major fixture on many Read More

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Look Out for Lingering Winter Slip-and-Fall Accidents

With nearly 10 million residents and countless cars, trucks, and other motor vehicles buzzing around, walking in New York City is always hazardous. But combined with lingering winter weather, the danger to pedestrians increases quite a bit. Rain, sleet, snow, and ice on streets and sidewalks make slip-and-fall accidents much more likely during the winter Read More

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103 Passengers Injured in Long Island Train Crash

It was a typical rush hour morning on Wednesday, when a Long Island train full of passengers crashed into the end of a platform as it was pulling into one of New York’s busiest stations: the Atlantic Terminal.  The front portion of the train apparently hit a bumping block while going above 10 mph (in Read More

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