Car Accidents

Can you suffer nerve damage in a car crash?

Damage or injury to the body’s nervous system occurs in some car accidents. Since nerves carry messages and signals to the body, nerve injury can lead to a lifetime of pain and complications. If you have unusual or unexplained symptoms after suffering injuries in a...

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What are the causes of distracted driving?

You are driving to work. Your phone rings and you reach for it to see who is calling. The radio goes to commercial and you need to switch the channel. Your kids are arguing in the backseat, so you take your eyes off the road to find out what they are fighting over....

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Teenage traffic fatalities spike in the summer

New teenage drivers can get into severe and sometimes deadly car wrecks. Multiple factors influence a teenager's likeliness to get hurt in a wreck. The general lack of experience that someone has in their first few years of driving is a concern. So too is the constant...

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Did your accident cause a TBI?

Every day hundreds of accidents occur in New York. While some incidents are minor and don’t cause real or lasting symptoms, others are more serious. Some of these accidents can result in serious head injuries and, in some cases, a TBI (traumatic brain injury)....

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What are the main causes of head-on collisions? 

Make no mistake; any kind of car accident is dangerous. However, a head-on collision is specifically risky. If you are involved in a head-on collision that is not your fault, you may be eligible for compensation for your damages according to New York car accident...

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Why windshield wipers are so important

While New York enjoys warm summers, rainfall is heavy at other points of the year. This rainfall poses unique safety risks to those traveling by vehicle. Rain can decrease traction, increase stopping distances and it can also decrease visibility. Poor visibility...

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