News

  • Mar 15

    School Bus Driver’s Cited for Misbehavior and Suspended

    The Department of Education has suspended more than 1,300 New York City yellow-bus drivers as well as 500 matrons. Why? According to the department, the suspensions were for misbehavior that had taken place over the course of the past five ...  Read More

  • Mar 12

    Lawsuit: Did an Energy Drink Kill a 14-Year Old?

    A lawsuit filed last year by the parents of a 14-year old girl after she went into cardiac arrest after drinking two cans of Monster, a high energy drink, has no weight because Monster Beverage company said that no blood test was performed. ...  Read More

  • Mar 08

    New Study Released on New Jersey Dangerous Roadways

    A new study by the Tri-State Transportation Campaign recently released information on New Jersey’s most dangerous roadways. From the years 2009 to 2011, the roads and corresponding counties with the highest car accident fatality rates ...  Read More

  • Mar 05

    Harlem Boy Killed While Walking to School

    A tractor trailer struck a 6-year-old Harlem boy while he was walking to school with his brother on Thursday, February 28, 2013. The impact was fatal. The crossing guard who was supposed to be stationed at the corner notified police that, at the ...  Read More

  • Mar 01

    Man’s Foot Sliced Off After Driver Backs Into Him

    A negligent driver backed over an elderly man, sliced his foot off and knocked him through the window of a Queens store, according to witnesses. The accident took place on February 27, 2013. Just before 9am, the driver was backing into a parking ...  Read More

  • Feb 27

    Nursing Home Abuse

    In a troubling and graphic news story, The New York Daily News published an article about a resident of a nursing home, an 89 year old woman who was abused by a caregiver at the home. The grand daughter of the abused woman said she was concerned ...  Read More

  • Feb 13

    Construction Accidents

    This article is intended to address those readers who are engaged in all areas of construction including new construction, refurbishments, brick-laying, painting, dry walling, pointing and various labor at construction sites. This article should ...  Read More

  • Feb 01

    New York City: Pedestrian and Bicyclist Accident Statistics

    The frequency of pedestrian and cyclist accidents, in New York particularly, makes them topics of frequent study. Recently, the New York Post published one of the most up-to-date reports on these types of accident statistics specifically in ...  Read More

  • Jan 29

    Husband Watches in Horror as Wife Struck and Killed by Private Bus

    On January 25, 2013 a husband helplessly watched as a private bus struck and killed his wife in the morning in a horrific accident in Brooklyn. Lorraine Ferguson, 48, was waiting for a New York City bus with her husband shortly before 7:15 a.m. ...  Read More

  • Jan 22

    Deadly Train Crossing Accident

    This morning, January 23, 2013, two people died in Suffolk County, Long Island after the motor vehicle they were in was struck by a Long Island Railroad (LIRR) train just east of the Brentwood station. The collision happened just after 10 a.m. ...  Read More