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Should I Use My Own Insurance After a Car Wreck?

Being involved in a car wreck is always an unexpected and frightening experience. It is difficult to know exactly what a victim of an automobile accident should do following the crash to obtain the compensation they need. Many people who get injured in car accidents in New York wonder, “Should I use my own insurance or file an insurance claim against the other driver’s insurer?”

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Three Tips to Help You Avoid Distracted Driving

If you stood on the corner of a busy intersection anywhere in New York and watched drivers, you would no doubt see them engaging in a range of activities completely unrelated operating a motor vehicle. Whether they were waiting for a traffic light to change or whizzing down the road, you would see food and drink consumed, text messages sent, videos watched, lipstick applied, and much more.

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Why You Should Seek Medical Attention After a Car Accident

Being involved in a car accident is often an emotional and overwhelming experience. Accident victims often suffer minor to serious bodily injuries, capable of changing the trajectory of their lives forever.

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I Was Involved in a Hit & Run. Do I Still Have a Case?

Under New York law, all drivers involved in automobile accidents resulting in deaths, injuries, or property damage must stop their vehicle, exchange information at the scene, and report the accident.

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What To Do as an Injured Passenger

Any kind of accident can be stressful—emotionally, physically, and financially. If you were injured as a passenger, though, you may be feeling completely overwhelmed. Your path forward may not be entirely clear.

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Who’s at Fault? Sorting Out Liability in a Car Accident

More than 1,000 people are killed in New York car accidents every year. More than 11,000 people are seriously injured, and thousands more suffer less serious injuries.

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What to Do If You’ve Been in a Car Accident

Being involved in a car accident can be traumatizing, scary, and confusing. A victim of a car wreck may experience a rollercoaster of emotions. Car accidents are not an uncommon occurrence in Syracuse and elsewhere in Onondaga County, New York.

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Common Misconceptions About Car Accident Claims in New York

In 2019, the latest year for available statistics, there were 447,021 traffic crashes in New York State. As a result, 121,068 persons suffered injuries and 881 died, according to the Institute for Traffic Safety Management & Research (ITSMR). Some 325,072 of the crashes resulted in property damage of some sort, usually between vehicles.

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What Not to Say to an Insurance Adjuster

Auto accidents often result in minor to severe injuries, hospitalization, medical costs, missed time at work, and significant financial burden on the victims and their loved ones. According to statistics from the U.S. Department of Transportation, the annual economic cost due to motor vehicle crashes in New York is an estimated $15.246 billion.

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Parking Lot Accidents: Who’s At Fault?

Parking lots and garages are dangerous places. Tens of thousands or accidents occur every year, with countless others going unreported. Many drivers think parking lots are safer than the road and do things while operating a vehicle in them that they would not normally do on the road.

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