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Cracking down on some of the city’s most vulnerable populations “is misguided and will have little to no impact on making our streets safer,” Jay W. Dankner

On behalf of Dankner Milstein, P.C. posted in Bike Accidents on May 15, 2017

CRACKING DOWN ON SOME OF THE CITY’S MOST VULNERABLE POPULATIONS IS MISGUIDED AND WILL HAVE LITTLE TO NO IMPACT ON MAKING STREETS SAFER, TOP NEW YORK CAR ACCIDENT LAWYER ADVISES

The New York Daily News reported last week that in one 24-hour period in the last week in March 2017, the NYPD, in the borough of Manhattan alone, targeted mostly … Continue Reading


Jay Dankner Provides Statistics Behind Motor Vehicle Related Injuries and Deaths In New York City

On behalf of Dankner Milstein, P.C. posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on April 26, 2017

STATISTICS BELOW PROVIDED BY TOP NEW YORK CAR ACCIDENT LAW FIRM POINTS TO CAUSES OF MOTOR VEHICLE RELATED INJURIES AND DEATHS IN THE CITY.

New York Police Department statistics show that although there was a slight decline in motor vehicle accidents in 2015 and 2016 in New York City, surprisingly, pedestrian injuries involving motor vehicles rose.

Still, city officials note … Continue Reading


Jay Dankner Weighs In On New York City’s Auto Accident Open Data Portal

On behalf of Dankner Milstein, P.C. posted in Car Accidents on February 11, 2017

TOP NEW YORK AUTO ACCIDENT INJURY LAW FIRM PROVIDES MOTORISTS AND PEDESTRIANS WITH IMPORTANT INFORMATION THAT COULD HELP PREVENT INJURIES AND SAVE LIVES

New York City’s two-year-old Open Data portal, which publishes daily statistics on where vehicle crashes happen in the five boroughs, who they involve, their causes and their locations is information the lawyers at the top auto … Continue Reading


On behalf of Dankner Milstein, P.C. posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on December 5, 2016

TOP NEW YORK AUTO ACCIDENT LAWYERS SUPPORT PLAN BY NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL TO END HIGHWAY FATALITIES BY 2050

After almost forty years of steady declines, highway deaths in 2015 had the largest percentage increase in almost 50 years, according to the National Highway Safety Administration. And, with 2016 nearing an end, we will likely see even higher year-to-year fatality numbers … Continue Reading


JAY W. DANKNER WINS $10,343,655 LANDMARK CASE AGAINST NEW YORK TRANSIT AUTHORITY

On behalf of Dankner Milstein, P.C. posted in Personal Injury on October 28, 2016

CASE AGAINST NEW YORK TRANSIT AUTHORITY

NEW YORK, NY, OCT. 26, 2016 — After a five-week trial in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, a jury of 5 women and 1 man ruled today against the New York City Transit Authority and awarded Michael Dion $10,343,655 for injuries associated with an accident that occurred December 10, 2010. … Continue Reading