Monthly Archives: July 2021
Construction Backhoes Keep Killing Pedestrians In New York
If you live in New York, you already know that construction projects are always going on in the City. No matter which way you turn, it seems like the City is in a constant state of demolition, excavation, and rebuilding. While this might seem like an exciting prospect to some, others have discovered that… Read More »
When Will New York Address Its Scooter Crisis?
At first glance, a scooter might seem like a fun, innocent, and eco-friendly way to navigate New York’s streets. But as many people are discovering, these seemingly innocuous vehicles are causing widespread injuries across the city. Questions are being raised about how the city will actually address this issue. Scooters are now responsible for… Read More »
Top Hazards For Cyclists In New York
If you’re a cyclist, you already know that the streets of New York are filled with all kinds of hazards. Although riding a bike is an eco-friendly, affordable, and convenient way to get around town, it also comes with its fair share of dangers. Motorists in New York can seem completely ignorant of cyclists… Read More »
Can You Sue A Gynecologist For An Unnecessary Surgery?
Medical professionals have a responsibility to recommend the best course of action. While doctors should always let patients know when certain procedures are necessary, some can go too far. There are many doctors in New York who seem overly eager to conduct extensive, needless procedures. In the Empire State, many women have been told… Read More »
New York Lawmakers Push For Harsher Penalties For Negligent Scooter Riders
New York is facing a serious scooter epidemic. This might sound slightly ridiculous, but the statistics are no laughing matter. People are being injured and killed on a regular basis by negligent scooter drivers, and NYC residents are asking lawmakers to take action. For too long, electric scooters have occupied a “grey area” when… Read More »
A Staggering 322 Construction Sites In New York Shut Down For Safety Violations
In the space of just one month, New York City has shut down more than 300 construction sites due to safety concerns. This equates to more than 10 construction sites being shut down every single day. The sheer scope of this “zero-tolerance” crackdown illustrates just how many construction sites in New York are violating… Read More »