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Injuries Reported in Long Island Accident Involving Ambulance

An ambulance was recently involved in a serious car accident on Long Island. According to Nassau County Police, the accident occurred shortly before 2 p.m. on Friday, April 2. Emergency responders arrived to the scene at Old Country Road and Zeckendorf Boulevard, where multiple vehicles were involved in the collision. Reports indicate the ambulance was… Read More »

Filing a Wrongful Death Claim in New York

Every state in the nation has a set of laws that govern how wrongful death cases will proceed in the state. These laws include definitions of what is to be considered a wrongful death, as well as the available damages and the requirements to prove liability. Here’s a quick overview of what you should know… Read More »

Key Statistics About Boating Accidents in New York

With summer right around the corner, the boating season is just about to arrive here in New York and throughout the northeastern United States. As such, it’s important for people who are going to be spending time on the water to remind themselves of boating safety protocols, and to be aware of the risks they… Read More »

Ironworker Suffers Critical Injuries at LIRR Construction Site

An ironworker working on the Long Island Rail Road construction site in Mineola sustained critical injuries after being electrocuted. According to officials from the MTA, the accident occurred at approximately 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 13. The construction crew was working on building a pedestrian bridge over the tracks. At that time, a crane came… Read More »

How to Handle a He Said/She Said Accident Case

It’s not unusual for drivers involved in an accident case to give differing versions of the events that led to the accident. If you find yourself in a dispute over the events of your accident, you will need to rely on evidence beyond just your word if you are going to be able to succeed… Read More »

Five Injured in Brightwaters Car Accident

Five people were injured, one sustaining serious injuries, in an accident involving two vehicles in Brightwaters on Long Island. The accident occurred at approximately 6:15 p.m. on Sunday, June 28. According to police, a 21-year-old man from West Babylon was driving his 2006 Hyundai sedan heading west on Montauk Highway, close to South Bay Avenue,… Read More »

Bail Reform Comes Under Fire After Suspect in Fatal DUI Released

A man from Long Island blames the bail reforms in New York for a driver who allegedly killed his brother in a DUI accident being released without bail. His outrage has resulted in the controversial new laws once again coming under fire from people throughout the state. 40-year-old Jordan Randolph was arrested at approximately 4… Read More »

New York’s Worst Cities for Fatal DUIs

In 2017 (the most recent year for which we have complete information), there were 206 people killed in drunk driving accidents in the state of New York. Of course, the levels of danger in the various towns and villages throughout the state varied. So which cities can we consider the most dangerous? Here’s a quick… Read More »

Driver Loses Control of Pickup, Collides with Numerous Parked Vehicles in Selden

A pair of men were transported to the hospital for treatment on the evening of Saturday, February 15 after a driver in a Dodge Ram pickup in Selden lost control of his vehicle, ultimately colliding with and causing damage to a dozen parked vehicles in the area. According to Suffolk County police, the driver of… Read More »

Suspect Charged in Long Island Hit-and-Run Collision

A suspect was charged after a man was hospitalized due to being struck by a driver at a busy intersection in Long Island. The driver fled the scene of the accident immediately after it occurred, prompting a police investigation. According to representatives from the Suffolk County Police Department, the accident occurred at the intersection of… Read More »