It truly does take a village to improve traffic safety. One person could be a perfectly safe driver, but if the motorist next to him isn't as responsible, an accident can happen anyway. New York lawmakers can have traffic laws on the books, but if just one driver ignores them, someone will get hurt anyway.
New York most definitely has its share of pet lovers, people who take their dogs for walks and would buy their pooch or kitty the next best thing at a Petco near them. What happens when a casual trip to the pet store results in injury?
he Our past premises liability post discussed a fatal New York City explosion that occurred in Harlem last week. Investigators have determined that the blast that took down two apartment buildings is linked to an old gas line running through the area.
Since a fatal explosion among two New York City apartments occurred this week, the focus has appropriately been on the victims and continued search for more possible victims. Authorities were hoping to have finished the search of the rubble by today.
People tend to prioritize having the stability of a constant roof over their heads. What if that roof that you paid to live under, however, was falling apart? What if instead of feeling safe in your home you were worried that the ceiling or walls might break around and hurt you?
When someone is injured in an accident and takes action to try to seek legal justice, he or she can all of the sudden find themselves surrounding by legal jargon. Those without law degrees or legal experience might not be able to understand every word that is uttered in the process of a personal injury case, but those words are important to their best interests.