If you were injured in a car accident and had to miss work as a result, you may be able to recover for any losses sustained. Under New York State law, a person may be able to recover for lost income and any other missed income opportunities as a result. Continue reading “Lost Wages Following a Car Accident”
Long Island residents spend a lot of their time in parking lots. Whether it is for work, shopping, the doctor’s office, or even for school, Long Island residents find themselves navigating a parking lot in a car or on foot. Unfortunately, due to the crowded nature of parking lots, sometimes accidents occur, resulting in personal injuries. Continue reading “Parking Lot Accidents”
USA Today reported that the Automobile Association of America (AAA) that the federal government grossly underestimated the percentage of car crashes caused as a result of drowsy driving and is alerting the public of the seriousness of this danger.
Being faced by a sudden danger of a pedestrian suddenly darting out into traffic, or another vehicle’s failure to yield can be terrifying. Often divers in these situations are unable to prevent a crash from occurring. Claims arising from these situations are often argued under the common law’s “emergency doctrine.”