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Cross Bronx Expressway Crash Ends In Fatality

Posted: February 13, 2019 | Categories: News

Car accidents are an unfortunate fact of life and chances are that if you haven’t been in one, you will witness at least one in your lifetime. If you do witness a car accident, keep safety first in mind. Pull over to help, but make sure that your vehicle is safely out of the way […]


Crash Blamed On Tesla Autopilot System

Posted: February 12, 2019 | Categories: News

The Tesla Autopilot is perhaps one of the first steps to truly automated vehicles, once thought to be squarely in the realm of science fiction and fantasy. While it cannot quite drive the vehicle on its own, it does offer assistance keeping the vehicle in its lane and can automatically adjust its speed based on […]


Fatal Long Island Crash Started With Teen Fleeing Police

Posted: February 11, 2019 | Categories: News

Police are trained in how to drive in stressful conditions, which includes training on how to maneuver at high speeds, such as those that often occur in chases. Many police departments have guidelines on when a chase can be initiated and when one must be called off because of the danger to the public. Often […]


Speed Is Of The Essence In An Emergency

Posted: February 8, 2019 | Categories: News

Seat belts, airbags, lane departure warnings, emergency braking, and other safety features are all designed to keep people as safe as possible during a crash. While these safety features have undoubtedly lowered the incidence of fatal accidents and injuries, it turns out there’s an even more important factor in whether or not a crash will […]


Trucks Ignore Weather Ban, Cause 19 Car Pileup

Posted: February 7, 2019 | Categories: News

Inclement weather can cause even the best of drivers to have a bad day and crash. The recent snowstorm that struck the northeast prompted officials in New York to temporarily ban tractor-trailers from a section of the Thruway. The ban was put into effect because the of the hazardous road conditions expected to be caused […]


Gin Truck Crashes Into A Brooklyn Home Trying To Avoid A Cat

Posted: February 6, 2019 | Categories: Truck Accidents

Whether you’re familiar with him as the actor who plays the 4th-wall-breaking Deadpool, or you remember him more fondly as The Green Lantern, Ryan Reynolds has had his share of success as an actor. As a person who often rides motorcycles, he also advocates for other drivers to look out for motorcyclists while driving. Like […]


Two Dead In Snow Slide Accident

Posted: February 5, 2019 | Categories: Car Accidents

Winter can wreak havoc on both vehicles and the roads that they travel upon. While New Yorkers may be used to driving in the snow, even the most careful and well-trained drivers can find themselves facing an accident in snowy conditions. Of course, there are some tips that any driver can follow to help ensure […]


Fight Between NTSB And Local Prosecutors Continues In Re-manufactured Limo Crash That Killed 20 People

Posted: February 4, 2019 | Categories: Car Accidents

The Nation Traffic Safety Bureau sometimes investigates traffic accidents. They use this information to issue safety recommendations to state and federal governments. The agency may investigate any accident in conjunction with the state or local jurisdiction, but in some cases, state investigations may hinder the agency’s access to investigate. One such case involves a limo […]


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