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who is responsible for a multicar accident
Car Accidents

Who is Responsible in a Multi-Car Accident

In this case, finding out Who is Responsible in a Multi-Car Accident took a higher court. On appeal, the higher court decided against the lower court. The court explained that, “under the emergency doctrine, when an actor is…

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NYC taxi accident attorney
Car Accidents

Taxi accident in New York

Licensed taxicabs in the City of New York are closely monitored by the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission. The Taxi and Limousine Commission has a requirement that all licensed taxi cabs – and licensed car services as well – carry minimum liability…

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Hit and run accident lawyer in ny
Car Accidents

What to do After a Hit and Run Accident?

What can you do after a hit and run accident if you don’t have insurance?  This situation arises in mostly pedestrian or bicycle accidents.  If you are hit and you do not have car insurance, your lawyer should help you.

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Pedestrian accident claim
Car Accidents

Pedestrian Accident Claims

New York is what is known as a “no fault” state, meaning that if you are injured in a car accident who was at fault will not be taken in to account so that you can get medical treatment and are compensated for lost wages. This is called “basic economic loss.”

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Crosswalk injury attorney new york city
Car Accidents

Crosswalk injury lawyer

A pedestrian struck and injured by an emergency vehicle as they cross the roadway within the crosswalk has a unique case. This is because the legal standard of care the driver of the vehicle will be held to may differ from basic negligence.

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No fault accident lawyer nyc
Car Accidents

Who Pays in No-Fault Accident

This case arose out of an automobile accident that occurred on or about April 28, 2011. The no-fault carrier insured the vehicle involved. The vehicle’s owner and driver assigned his no-fault insurance benefits to defendant medical providers.

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