Category: Car Accidents

man installing child car seat in the backseat of car with black leather interior

Nothing your car carries is more precious than your child. New York has strict car seat laws that aim to keep kids safe if the unthinkable happens, but these laws change as new technology and information become available. How do these car seat laws impact you and your family? You already drive safely, but what […]

car driving on road covered in black ice, how is liability placed?

Black ice forms when water on the road freezes, resulting in a thin, hard-to-see layer of ice that can cause cars to skid and crash. But can a driver who slides on black ice be liable for a crash due to weather conditions outside their control? This blog post will discuss liability in car accidents […]

aggravated driver in NYC traffic, stay alert when driving next reckless drivers.

Reckless drivers can wreak havoc on the roads, severely injuring themselves and others. A recent four-car crash on the Belt Parkway in Queens illustrates how dangerous reckless driving can be. According to CBS News, at least two drivers involved in the collision were speeding and may have been racing before striking two other vehicles, sending […]

close up of hand on steering wheel

Labor Day is nearly here and millions of Americans are gearing up to celebrate the final days of summer with road trips, extended vacations, and some good ol’ fashioned holiday weekend fun. Naturally, holidays like Labor Day bring with them real risks – including those that directly impact safety on our roads. You may already […]

white car being towed by tow truck

As New York City eases into a new normal by lifting pandemic-era restrictions, it still has some catching up to do to make local roads safer – particularly when it comes to resuming vehicle towing. As reported by Streetsblog NYC, the city has yet to fully resume booting and towing vehicles owned by traffic offenders who […]

self driving car on bridge

Autonomous vehicles may be slated as the future of our roads but concerns about new Tesla software is raising questions about how much control humans will have over self-driving technology and whether they’ll be able to use it to endanger others. As reported by Streetsblog NYC, the software in question is Tesla’s “Full Self Driving Mode” […]

New York Open Streets

New York City’s Open Streets program may have been launched to provide New Yorkers with more space to follow social distancing guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic but growing evidence about its benefits and impact on safety may make it a fixture for the foreseeable future. That’s because initial data show a considerable decline in vehicle […]

Driving Safety

The holidays pose considerable risks to public safety – especially when it comes to driving. In fact, things like adverse weather, increased traffic, and intoxicated motorists make the holiday season one of the most dangerous times of year to drive. According to NHTSA: All holidays are generally a time of increased travel and traffic deaths. […]


Summer vacation is perfect for road tripping in the United States, making now a great time to brush up on summer driving safety tips and, with the pandemic still ongoing, it is also a good idea to review COVID-19 safety precautions. This time of the year is often referred to as the “100 Deadliest Days” […]

cars in city traffic

Summer is one of the most dangerous times of year on U.S. roads – so much so that the months between Memorial Day and Labor Day have become known as the “100 Deadliest Days”. During this time of year, auto accidents and traffic fatalities spike sharply. With millions of Americans expected to hit the road […]