A recent City of New York Police Department (NYPD) report shows that during April of 2018, at least 17,893 motor vehicle collisions occurred citywide. Data compiled by the department shows that 35,611 drivers and 1,452 passengers had their lives impacted by these crashes. Another 290 bicyclists and 719 pedestrians were involved as well.
A 55-year-old Great Neck physician admitted that his negligence resulted in the death of a 30-year-old abortion patient just moments before the jury was set to announce their verdict in his Queens Supreme Court criminal case.
As a pedestrian, you always need to think about your safety. This is particularly true when you're walking, jogging or biking in close proximity to motor vehicles (such as in New York City).
Like many, you may realize that commuting by bicycle is one of the better ways to save both time and money. Not to mention the fact that this can provide you with a high level of exercise as well doing your piece to eliminate auto emissions that pollute the air, should driving be your primary alternative.
Our lives are not infinite. They can end unexpectedly in a mere instant. Unless we have certain end-of-life documents properly executed and easily accessible by our family members, our loss may not only result in creating an emotional void in our loved one's lives, but a financial one as well.
There are plenty of potentially dangerous situations that exist at New York subway stations that can cause someone to suffer an injury.