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man with ptsd after car accident filing a lawsuit

Car accidents are one of the leading causes of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the US. While most injured victims seek compensation for physical injuries, those diagnosed with PTSD after an accident may be eligible for settlements that cover related psychological damages as well. Read on to learn if you qualify to file a PTSD-related…

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driver distracted by phone

Distracted driving accident lawyers in New York specialize in helping victims who are injured by another driver’s negligence. Each year, thousands of victims—both pedestrians and other drivers—who are injured by distracted drivers hire attorneys to help maximize compensation for their damages, pain, and suffering. Who is at Fault in a Distracted Driving Accident? In short,…

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rockland county ny car accident statistics

Auto accidents occur every day throughout New York, but some counties are more dangerous than others. Rockland County is known for its proximity to major New York attractions and beautiful scenery, but it is also known for its motor accident frequency. Drivers in Rockland County need to know where to avoid driving when possible. In…

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sullivan county monticello new york car accidents

Car accidents occur in high numbers throughout New York state, but Monticello and Sullivan County are particularly dangerous for drivers. According to official statistics, traffic crash-related injuries are the third leading cause of hospitalization and the fifth leading cause for injury-related emergency department visits in Sullivan County overall. Auto accidents are a fact of life.…

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speeding accident lawsuits and compensation

Speeding is one of the most common causes of all types of car accidents, ranging from fender benders to T-bone collisions and more. Individuals injured due to a speeding driver may be entitled to compensation depending on the circumstances of their case, and the strength of their legal representation. What Counts as Speeding Negligence in…

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Roll over crashes occur when at least one vehicle tips over to the side or rolls onto the roof due to a collision, slip, or other incident. They can be very dangerous because they may result in the partial or complete ejection of vehicle occupants, like the driver or passengers. When this occurs, the chance…

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failure to yield accident laws new york lawsuits

When a driver or pedestrian “fails to yield” to another vehicle or person, they may be guilty of causing an accident by not following right-of-way laws as outlined in the New York Vehicle and Traffic Law Code. The resulting accident may lead to driver or pedestrian personal injuries, or even wrongful deaths. Drivers and pedestrians…

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single car accident injuries and compensation

Not all auto accidents involve two vehicles or even two people. Single-vehicle accidents involve only a single automobile. Examples of single-car accidents include: Accidental impacts against objects in the environment, like trees or telephone poles Driving off the side of a road due to inclement weather, or to avoid an obstacle Accidental collisions caused by…

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new york intersection accidents

Intersection accidents are particularly frequent and dangerous. They can be caused by a variety of factors bad weather, mechanical malfunctions, disobeying traffic laws, and unwary pedestrians. In the majority of cases, intersection accidents are caused by rear-end and right-angle (also called t-bone) collisions. No matter the cause, such accidents can be dangerous because one or…

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fault in head on collision

In a head-on collision, the front halves of both cars are often crumpled and/or destroyed. This can expose the occupants to a number of dangers, such as shrapnel, debris, or other auto accident injuries. Common auto accident injuries include whiplash, broken bones, spinal cord damage, TBIs or traumatic brain injuries, and more. Since head-on collisions…

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