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Wrong-way New York crash kills 2, injures mother and baby

In the moments leading up to a head-on collision caused by a driver going the wrong way, there are mere seconds to react. There is little time to weigh the least damaging options, let alone say goodbye to anyone who ultimately loses his or her life. A New York woman who was severely injured in a crash along with her infant son is trying to come to grips with the death of her friend who was in the driver's seat when a car heading the wrong way slammed directly into their minivan.

Wrong-way New York crash kills 2, injures mother and baby

In the moments leading up to a head-on collision caused by a driver going the wrong way, there are mere seconds to react. There is little time to weigh the least damaging options, let alone say goodbye to anyone who ultimately loses his or her life. A New York woman who was severely injured in a crash along with her infant son is trying to come to grips with the death of her friend who was in the driver's seat when a car heading the wrong way slammed directly into their minivan.

Elderly pedestrian hit by SUV after Midtown collision

Pedestrian accidents always have the potential to seriously injure or kill someone, but especially when the walker is either very young or elderly. Smaller, more frail individuals may require more serious -- and costly -- medical care, if they're fortunate enough to survive being hit by an automobile.

Elderly pedestrian hit by SUV after Midtown collision

Pedestrian accidents always have the potential to seriously injure or kill someone, but especially when the walker is either very young or elderly. Smaller, more frail individuals may require more serious -- and costly -- medical care, if they're fortunate enough to survive being hit by an automobile.

New Bronx doctor's fatal error leads to medical malpractice suit

The birth of a child is supposed to be one of the happiest times of a parent's life. As exhausting as those first months with a newborn can be, most parents cherish the experience. But a New York City father will remember the early months of his daughter's life as tragic, having lost his wife to a fatal error by the doctor who performed the delivery. He filed a medical malpractice lawsuit last week in Bronx Supreme Court.

New Bronx doctor's fatal error leads to medical malpractice suit

The birth of a child is supposed to be one of the happiest times of a parent's life. As exhausting as those first months with a newborn can be, most parents cherish the experience. But a New York City father will remember the early months of his daughter's life as tragic, having lost his wife to a fatal error by the doctor who performed the delivery. He filed a medical malpractice lawsuit last week in Bronx Supreme Court.

New Jersey man charged in fatal hit-and-run crash

In our last post we discussed the fact that drivers who hit pedestrians often avoid being charged. But there are cases in which it's clear that a driver broke the law. If a driver is convicted of a crime, it could have an effect on any civil action that an accident victim or a victim's family pursues.

New Jersey man charged in fatal hit-and-run crash

In our last post we discussed the fact that drivers who hit pedestrians often avoid being charged. But there are cases in which it's clear that a driver broke the law. If a driver is convicted of a crime, it could have an effect on any civil action that an accident victim or a victim's family pursues.

Few drivers charged in New York City pedestrian accidents

Among the United States' largest metropolitan areas, none rival New York City when it comes to the number of pedestrians and bicyclists. Unlike sprawling Los Angeles, where everyone drives and walkers look almost out of place, New York's multiple public transportation systems and concentrated business and retail districts make driving or owning a car less desirable for most people. Instead, many of the city's residents opt for a combination of walking, biking and public transportation.

Few drivers charged in New York City pedestrian accidents

Among the United States' largest metropolitan areas, none rival New York City when it comes to the number of pedestrians and bicyclists. Unlike sprawling Los Angeles, where everyone drives and walkers look almost out of place, New York's multiple public transportation systems and concentrated business and retail districts make driving or owning a car less desirable for most people. Instead, many of the city's residents opt for a combination of walking, biking and public transportation.

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