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The Uprising of New York Cyclists

By on Feb 9, 2016 in Traffic accident |

In New York many companies encouraging employees to cycle to work in an initiative to reduce the amount of cars on the roads. It is part of a pledge to make the city safer, improve quality of life, reduce traffic and reduce the amount of dangerous emissions. Streets and sidewalks in New York make up 80% of the public space and they need to be suitable for everyone....

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The silent but deadly killer- Carbon monoxide poisoning

By on Feb 9, 2016 in Traffic accident |

    Hazards can happen anywhere, anytime. Carbon monoxide poisoning still happens in this day and age, and is more common than you may think. In New York, carbon monoxide poisoning can occur as a personal injury. Situations can be numerous, including an apartment complex basically poisoning residents without updated renovations and basic recalls on air...

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The hidden dangers of texting and driving

By on Feb 9, 2016 in Traffic accident |

Using a phone is a part of most people’s lives. We are constantly looking at our phones throughout the day, and even during the night when we should be asleep. It’s a pretty unhealthy relationship. But nevertheless, it’s a part of our lives. The one place where it is never safe to glance at the phone or even use it is on the road behind the wheel of a vehicle. It is...

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Taco Bell Employee Faces Criminal Charges After Assaulting Uber Driver

By on Feb 9, 2016 in Traffic accident |

Taco Bell recently landed in the middle of a personal injury lawsuit involving an Uber driver. The driver’s evidence includes dashboard footage of him being severely beaten while at Taco Bell. Although Taco Bell isn’t directly involved in the case, one of their employees is. The case cost Benjamin Allen Golden, a Taco Bell marketing executive, to be relieved of his...

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Stockbroker in Hot Water After Mishandling Medical Malpractice Settlements

By on Feb 9, 2016 in Traffic accident |

Whenever the words kids and medical malpractice get used together in a sentence, a chill runs through people, but in the case of Charles Winitch, the situation takes a much darker turn. In 2008, Charles Winitch, a stockbroker for Morgan Stanley, was called before a New York Stock Exchange hearing panel in a case that is truly sordid. Visit: car accident attorney...

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Zeta Instrument Employee Killed In Bike Collision

Zeta Instrument Employee Killed In Bike Collision

By on Dec 22, 2015 in Bicycle accidents tragic, Traffic accident |

Jeffery Donnelly, a Chief Operating Officer for Zeta Instruments, was tragically killed when a car collided with his bicycle in Palo Alto. Authorities reported that a teen was behind the wheel when the wreck occurred. The accident dealt a severe blow to both Donnelly’s friends and co-workers. Zeta Instrument’s CEO, Rusmin Kudinar, made a public statement addressing...

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