New York Auto Accident Blog
On behalf of Dankner Milstein, P.C. posted in Car Accidents on October 17, 2017
Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death among those aged 1-to-54 in the U.S. A recent study by the National Highway Safety Traffic Commission (NHTSC) confirms seat belt use is one of the most effective ways to save lives and reduce injuries in crashes. Yet according to the study, and despite billions of dollars spent on advertising by … Continue Reading
On behalf of Dankner Milstein, P.C. posted in Car Accidents on August 31, 2017
New teenaged drivers between the ages of 16-17 years old are three times as likely as adults to be involved in a deadly crash, according to new research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.
This alarming finding becomes particularly heightened during what the not-for-profit traffic safety organization has dubbed the “100 Deadliest Days,” which begins every Memorial Day and … Continue Reading
New Studies Show Driverless Technology Is Best Possible Cure For National Motor Vehicle Accident Injury And Death Epidemic
On behalf of Dankner Milstein, P.C. posted in Car Accidents on July 26, 2017
Driverless vehicles will hopefully become a reality sooner than later and when they do it won’t be a minute too soon. The National Safety Council (NSC) released its annual report for 2016 recently, and it wasn’t pretty. It turns out in 2016 there were more than 40,000 traffic fatalities in the United States, a 6% increase over 2015. Our law … Continue Reading
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
On behalf of Dankner Milstein, P.C. posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on April 26, 2017
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