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As New York City braces for a spike in now-legal electric scooter traffic, questions about the safety of these alternative modes of transportation remain up in the air. There’s no question about whether e-scooter riders put themselves at risk of injury. E-scooter users frequently get into accidents, with nearly a…

The New York Times recently published a timely warning about the potential for ice to fall from NYC buildings and injure pedestrians. On December 22, New York police closed three blocks of Central Park South to cars and pedestrians as ice fell from towers and crashed to the ground and…

Pedestrian deaths across the nation continue to increase year after year as federal and state policies and roadway designs produce roads that prioritize high speeds for cars over safety for people on foot, a recent report says. Alarming Trend in Pedestrian Accidents Pedestrian fatalities in urban areas are up 69%…

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…

Everyone comes to New York; why not Bird scooters, too? Actually, given the number of injuries suffered in Bird scooter accidents across the country, we question the idea of adding e-scooters to NYC’s legendary traffic congestion. But City Council is discussing legislation that would legalize e-scooters on NYC streets as it awaits a bill…

New Yorkers joke about how crowded and unreliable the New York subway system can be. What’s not a joking matter is how often NYC subway accidents and injuries occur. The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) operates subways 24 hours a day in four New York City boroughs and transports some 1.73…

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