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Pedestrian accidents

Automatic emergency braking systems with pedestrian detection perform inconsistently and are ineffective at night, according to a new study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. In other words, the usual causes of pedestrian accidents – distracted driving, running red lights and stop signs, speeding,– are not overcome by new automotive…

New York City streets have a lot of pedestrian traffic and unfortunately, not all drivers yield when pedestrians have the right of way. Accidents involving motor vehicles and people on foot can cause extremely serious injuries. David Resnick & Associates, PC helps victims of pedestrian accidents seek full compensation to…

While distracted driving can cause injuries and death, and is a major concern in New York City and the rest of the country, the dangers of distracted walking should not be ignored. The consequences of listening to music while walking, texting, or looking down at a cellphone could be serious….

The Grand Concourse in the Bronx will become a “slow zone” under a program aimed at improving traffic safety across New York City, CBS New York reported recently. It is the second of 25 slow zones being established as part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Vision Zero Plan to eliminate…

Adults and kids alike look forward to Halloween with great anticipation. We love the rituals of dressing up in costumes, telling ghost stories, carving jack-o-lanterns, trick or treating, and at the end of the night, sorting through candy and treats. For most households, the biggest problem that comes with Halloween…

A 23-year-old British tourist was seriously injured recently in New York City when a yellow cab jumped the curb and struck her. The taxi driver reportedly had lost control of the vehicle after an argument with a bicyclist. The young woman’s left leg was seriously mangled, but a pizza truck…

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