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New York Car Accident Statistics

Car accident statistics can tell us a lot about a state. Suppose you suffered traumatic or life-altering injuries in a car accident. In that case, you may want to submit an insurance claim or file an auto accident injury lawsuit to recoup full monetary compensation for all your car accident-related costs (like medical bills, vehicle…

The History of DUI & DWI Laws in New York

The history of laws regarding driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI) in New York has evolved over the decades. The laws regarding driving while impaired was neither as strict nor as enforced as they are today.  Read on and learn more about the history of DUI and DWI laws in New…

The Evolution of the Seat Belt

As car accident lawyers, we know that many drivers and passengers choose not to wear their seat belts if only driving a short distance or at slow speeds. They do not realize that most fatal car accidents happen within 25 miles from home and at speeds less than 40 MPH. Millions of people have no…

Is Texting the Only Type of Distracted Driving Cases Buffalo Accident Lawyers Handle?

More than 15% of all young people admit to texting and driving. Of course, Buffalo car accident lawyers know that this statistic only includes people aged 18 to 24 who admit to texting and driving. This number doesn’t include the number of people who deny ever doing it or any other forms of distracted driving.…

Why You Should Never Post About Your Buffalo Car Accident on Social Media

It doesn’t matter where you go these days, it seems as if everybody is glued to their phone. If it isn’t their phone, it’s a table or other electronic device. And, if they aren’t texting someone, they’ll scrolling through their feed on social media. Some are posting comments on their friends’ timelines. Others are posting…
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