Do You Need a Truck Accident Attorney?

Today, many trucks carrying packages, supplies, and merchandise drive on busy highways, as well as in cities. Businesses and individuals depend on the people driving these trucks and expect to receive their deliveries on time. However, this can put a lot of strain and stress on these drivers that have to be on the road… read more

Truck Accidents in New York

The Institute for Safety Management & Research (ITSMR), a non-profit organization affiliated with the State University of New York at Albany, reports that in 2020 there were 14,259  accidents in New York involving large trucks; 76 of these accidents resulted in fatalities, and nearly 3,000 resulted in non-fatal personal injuries. Statistics for 2021 were even… read more

What to Expect When You File a Personal Injury Lawsuit in New York

Most personal injury cases in New York are settled out of court. However, in some cases, insurance companies are unwilling to offer enough to fully compensate a victim for their damages. In those cases, a lawsuit may be necessary. The first step in filing a lawsuit is determining where to file. The suit may be… read more

No Fault Means No Guarantee

If you drive in New York, you are probably aware that New York is a “No-fault” jurisdiction, but what exactly does that mean, and how does that affect your rights if you are injured in an auto accident as a driver, passenger, or pedestrian? No Fault Insurance The purpose of no-fault insurance is to reduce… read more

No Fault is No Guarantee

According to U.S. Department of Labor statistics, truck drivers have the most dangerous occupation in the nation because they cause a high number of accidents that result in death and devastating injuries, not only to truckers themselves, but also to passengers, pedestrians, and other drivers. Many of these accidents occur due to drowsiness truckers experience […]