• Personal Injury FAQ: Concussion Injuries

    In the medical world, a concussion is any brain injury that causes a “disruption or interruption” of normal ...
  • Statistics for Teenage Driving Fatalities

    Teenage drivers in the United States only make up a small percentage of the total number of motorists on the roads, and ...
  • Fatal Self-Driving Tesla Car Accident

    Self-driving cars are the future of automobiles, but that future may be much further away than researchers and engineers ...
  • Car Accident Statistics

    Agencies such as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Association for Safe International ...

Blog Posts in September, 2015

09.29.2015
What to Do After a Car Accident

According to the most recent crash statistics gathered by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, there were close to 305,000 car accidents in the state for the year of 2013. You might be thinking what many people wonder when they read that ...

09.17.2015
Determining the Worth of Your Personal Injury Case

When filing a personal injury claim, a key step of the process is determining the range of damages that you may be entitled to. Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may be eligible to recover more than you think. This blog can give you a ...

09.10.2015
What is a Mass Tort?

A “mass tort” is a civil case that involves many different plaintiffs who are all suing one or a few defendants for similar reasons. These cases are given their namesake due to the high number of people involved, as well as the common use ...

09.04.2015
New York Senate Fails to Pass Lavern's Law

Lavern’s Law has failed to pass in the New York State Senate. Senate majority leader John J. Flanagan (R) has effectively halted the bill by not allowing it to be voted upon, even though the legislation has gained overwhelming bipartisan ...