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2020 Was a Record Year for NYC Traffic Fatalities (Despite Fewer Cars Being on the Road)

2020 was a year for the record books in many ways. The pandemic left us reeling and kept cars off our city streets, but the upshot of this decrease in traffic isn’t what you’d think. In fact, the New York Times reports that New York City saw a rise in traffic fatalities in 2020. Further, this trend isn’t specific to NYC. Across the nation, traffic fatality rates have soared, while traffic itself has languished.
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Self-Driving Trucks Are Coming Sooner than You Think

We’ve all heard the hype regarding trucks that drive themselves, but most of us thought that was something for the distant future. Not so, explains the Wall Street Journal. In fact, the self-driving startup TuSimple recently raised over a billion dollars in an IPO (which comes on the heels of a U.S. investigation into the company’s ties to China), and it’s poised to kick off driverless trucks this year.
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Can You Sue for Emotional Distress After a Car Accident in NY?

Being injured by someone else's negligence in a car accident can leave you with serious physical injuries that can make moving forward with your life very difficult. A violent car accident, however, can also lead to immense psychological pain and emotional distress for which you also need compensation, and in the State of New York, you can seek this compensation in your car accident claim.
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Commercial Truck Tire Blowouts Can Cause Serious Accidents

Large commercial trucks like semis, tractor-trailers, tanker trucks, and car haulers are an unavoidable constant of roadways throughout the United States. These vehicles and their cargo can weigh as much as 80,000 pounds and travel at speeds of 70 miles per hour or more, and when their tires blowout, it can cause drivers to lose control and cause catastrophic accidents.
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NYC Accident Report – October 20th, 2017

In our New York City accident report for October 20th, we take a look at three tragic examples of reckless individuals causing accidents and leaving...
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