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Car Accident Injuries Significant Enough to Make a Claim in New York?

Car Accident Injuries Significant Enough to Make a Claim in New York?

Car Accident Injuries Significant Enough to Make a Claim in New York?

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Case Manager Julie Trinidad of Parker Waichman discusses how severe your injuries must be to make an insurance claim.

With each insurance claim, there is a certain guideline that you must meet to qualify for benefits. In regards to your injuries, they must be severe in nature. Examples of a severe injury include dismemberment, fracture, disfigurement, permanent scarring, and also fatality. We can answer any questions you may have with your insurance claim. Watch the video now to learn more.

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Traffic-Related Deaths Increased 10 in 2016

Oct 13, 2016
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that traffic deaths increased 10.4 percent in the first half of 2016 compared to the same time period in 2015. In the first six months of 2016, 17,775 people died due to traffic-related events compared to 16,100 for the same period in 2015. The report noted that Americans drove more 3.3 percent more in 2016, 50.5 billion more miles. However, this increase does not account for the increase in deaths. NHTSA did not identify a cause for...

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Oct 4, 2016
In an auto accident at the Sea Cliff Long Island Rail Road crossing, a car became airborne and crossed into oncoming traffic. The collision, which involved two vehicles, left one driver seriously injured in Glen Cove, Long Island. Police say the accident is being investigated by Nassau County Homicide Squad detectives. According to Newsday, a 32-year-old man was driving a 2000 Toyota Corolla at a "high rate of speed" on Sea Cliff Avenue. Police say his car became airborne and struck a 2012...

College Student Faces Laborious Commute after Destruction of his Wheelchair - Accessible Van

Sep 28, 2016
A student at Farmingdale State College who was born with spinal muscular atrophy, travelled each day to class in a wheelchair accessible van with his mother. This was their routine until an alleged drunk driver slammed into the van parked in their driveway in Holbrook, New York, on a recent early Sunday morning. The van went up in flames. Now the Suffolk County college student's commute has become a long and arduous one after the fiery accident. According to the police, the man who crashed...

Three Stony Brook University Students Injured on Campus by Drunk Driver

Sep 20, 2016
Three Stony Brook University students suffered minor injuries after a drunken hit-and-run driver struck their car on September 12 on the Stony Brook campus, according University Police Chief Robert J. Lenahan. The driver, Kevin Duponte, 23, of Palm Coast, Florida, was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of an accident with personal injury, Newsday reports. He was arraigned on September 13 in First District Court in Central Islip, New York. Police said...

Speed a Possible Factor in Crash on LIE Leaves 3 Dead 11 Injured

Sep 2, 2016
An investigation is underway to determine if excessive speed was a factor behind a horrific early morning crash on August 31 on the Long Island Expressway (LIE) in Queens. The collision left three young people dead. Giovanny Sanchez and Christina Formato, both 24, were riding in the back seat of a 2010 Infiniti when it hit a divider and split in half. The driver, Michael Fabre, age 25, had been traveling eastbound at “an apparent high rate of speed” when he “lost control of...

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