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Blind Spot Truck Accidents Haunt Syracuse Victims

Blind Spot Truck Accidents Haunt Syracuse Victims

I-81 is a main artery through Syracuse, for individuals driving passenger cars and those driving commercial trucks into and out of the city. However, the congestion on I-81 has gotten so bad that city and state officials, with the backing of the U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, are planning to tear down the -->

The Types of Auto Accident Injuries We See in Albany

The Types of Auto Accident Injuries We See in Albany

Albany is not the biggest city in New York State, but it often has big city traffic woes. Each day, business visitors, tourists, and politicians join the state capital’s traffic flow. They add to the commuter transportation stream and contribute to weekend traffic jams. Even though you follow the rules of the road, there is -->

Albany Medical Errors Can Devastate Innocent Patients

Albany Medical Errors Can Devastate Innocent Patients

As a patient, you usually do what your healthcare providers tell you to do. Until something goes wrong, you never consider that they might commit a medical error. You submit yourself to every recommended diagnostic test. You take the medications your doctors prescribe. If a physician misses an important diagnosis, you might never know. If -->

Causes of Motorcycle Accidents in Albany

Causes of Motorcycle Accidents in Albany

When you ride your motorcycle in Albany, you become part of a statewide biker tradition. You travel long stretches of New York highways. You have easy access to parks, mountain trails, riverside drives, and city venues. Motorcyclists enjoy a sense of openness and freedom, but riding a motorcycle comes with a downside. As a biker, -->

The Dangers of Syracuse Head-On Truck Collisions

The Dangers of Syracuse Head-On Truck Collisions

A head-on collision with any type of vehicle can lead to severe injuries and suffering for the victim. A head-on collision with a big truck is particularly devastating. Syracuse truck drivers face unique challenges that can increase the risk that they will end up causing head-on collisions. Why Do Syracuse Truck Drivers Face a Risk -->

Speeding Is a Factor in More Than 25 Percent of Fatal Accidents in Albany

Albany Speeding Accident Lawyer

Whether driving on Central Avenue through downtown Albany or commuting from nearby Delmar or Westmere, you encounter speeding drivers every day. Unfortunately, speeding occurs so regularly that we often do not think about the dangers that come with it. However, speeding is so dangerous that it contributes to tens of thousands of accidents across the -->

What to Know About Sideswipe Accidents in Albany

Albany Sideswipe Accident Lawyer

Although there’s no such thing as a safe car accident, some accidents have greater destructive potential than others. The sideswipe is among the most dangerous accident types. It occurs when two cars (traveling either the same or opposite direction) brush up against one another with enough force to cause exterior damage. However, the initial crash -->

Distracted Driving Is the Most Common Cause of Non-Fatal Collisions in Syracuse

Syracuse Distracted Driving Lawyer

Drivers are involved in a wide range of collisions each day in and around Syracuse. Sometimes, collisions are minor crashes that result in minimal property damage and little or no injuries. Other times, however, those involved face serious, sometimes life-threatening injuries. In general, traffic accidents are preventable because most result from driver negligence. Certain driver -->

What Can I Do After a Reckless Driving Accident in Albany?

Albany Auto Crash Attorney

Reckless drivers endanger Albany drivers, passengers, and pedestrians every day. Reckless drivers may speed in heavy traffic on I-787, run red lights on Madison Ave, or make dangerous turns at the Broadway and State Street intersection. They may even text and drive on pedestrian- and cyclist-heavy roads that wind through the University at Albany campus. -->