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Scooter-Related Face And Head Injuries Triple Over Last Decade Due To Rental Scooters

Posted: June 25, 2019 | Categories: Personal Injury

Recently, the New York State Senate decided to allow e-scooter rental companies such as Bird, Lime, and even Uber and Lyft to begin renting out motorized scooters. They are a cost-effective method of transportation and are particularly popular in urban areas and on college campuses. The legislation allows individual jurisdictions to draft their own regulations […]


Vape Device Explodes In Teen’s Face

Posted: June 24, 2019 | Categories: Personal Injury

Vaping has become a popular way for many smokers to kick the habit. While some teens have begun vaping without prior cigarette use, many proponents of vaping state that it is an effective way to stop smoking for many former smokers. However, tales of things like “popcorn lung” and vapes exploding, causing injuries have been […]


Lawmakers Take Up Safety Netting Issue At Baseball Stadiums

Posted: June 21, 2019 | Categories: Personal Injury

Spring and summer generally mean one thing to fans nationwide: the start of the baseball season. Millions of fans nationwide make trips to various parks to see their home teams play the sport. For the most part, it’s usually a fun family outing. Unfortunately for some fans, a day at the baseball stadium can end […]


Restrictions Pulled Back For Electric Scooters

Posted: June 20, 2019 | Categories: Personal Injury

Whether you love them, hate them, or use them, e-scooters have become a reality in many U.S. cities. They are popular among urban residents and on college campuses as a way to get around without having to hail an Uber or use a personal vehicle. The popularity of these vehicles comes with a downside: companies […]


Niagara Falls Trip Leaves Many Children Injured, No Seat Belts

Posted: May 29, 2019 | Categories: Personal Injury

New York, like many states, has adopted laws that concern how long a child must be in a child seat or booster seat when in the car. These laws ensure the safety of infants and young children should the driver get into an accident. Children secured in infant car seats and booster seats are more […]


Fallen Branch In NY Park Breaks Woman’s Neck

Posted: May 22, 2019 | Categories: Personal Injury

New York City’s Department of Parks and Recreation is responsible for the maintenance of some 500,000 trees just in the area of the five boroughs. If you include the trees found in city parks, that number increases by 2 million. With that many trees to cover, sometimes necessary pruning and maintenance tasks aren’t always done. […]


New Measures Passed To Improve Road Safety

Posted: May 17, 2019 | Categories: Personal Injury

School buses are one of the safest ways for a child to travel to and from school. Children who ride school buses are 70% more likely to arrive to and from school safely than children who ride in cars. The majority of accidents that strike students occur when getting on or off of the bus. […]


Train Companies Ignore Recommended Safety Upgrades

Posted: April 9, 2019 | Categories: Personal Injury

Travel by train or bus can be a safe, enjoyable, and economical way to travel. While trains are generally safe for passengers, following these tips can help to ensure that you remain safe for your journey. If you have to move once the train is in motion, forgo the macho swagger and hold onto the […]



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