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How Often Do Car Accidents Cause Brain Injuries in New York City?

Few things can compare to the emotional and physical trauma a car accident can cause. The situation can worsen when car crash victims suffer severe injuries. Severe injuries such as brain injuries can take a long recovery time and may require costly medical treatment....

Motorcycle Safety Statistics in NYC

In New York City, parking and maneuvering in traffic can be considerably easier on a motorcycle or a moped than in a car. Many New Yorkers ride motorcycles, and many of them are injured each year in motorcycle crashes. The Queens motorcycle accident lawyers at...

Here Are the Most Dangerous Intersections in NYC

Car accidents happen throughout the City every day. Most accidents are fender benders and may not even cause enough vehicle damage for drivers to worry about it. In more serious cases, pedestrians and cyclists are hit by cars and trucks, or cars are involved in...

The Statute of Limitations on Brain Injury Claims in New York

Brain injuries are some of the most serious injuries you can sustain in an accident. These injuries can affect your life for years to come, requiring intensive surgical intervention, ongoing therapy, and help with day-to-day activities. If you or a loved one was...
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