Snow Removal Can Turn Deadly for NYC Pedestrians

by Raskin & Kremins, LLP on 4/2/2014

Snow can be beautiful, but it can also prove deadly when it comes to pedestrians encountering snow removal equipment and other vehicles.  According to the FDNY, 12 pedestrians were injured after […]

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2014 Could be Deadliest Year for NYC Pedestrian Accidents

by Raskin & Kremins, LLP on 3/31/2014

As one of the most densely populated metropolitan areas in the world, New York City has earned a reputation for being one of the deadliest cities for pedestrians.   The New York Daily News […]

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New York Pedestrians Falling Victim to Falling Ice?

by Raskin & Kremins, LLP on 3/27/2014

The towering symbols that commemorate the victims of 9/11 are now facing the necessity to protect pedestrians from being victims of falling ice that has cascaded down the sides of the buildings this […]

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A group of mothers of children who have been killed in NYC pedestrian accidents gathered outside City Hall recently to protest Mayor de Blasio’s apparent violation of his recently announced traffic […]

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According to the most recent statistics from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the number of annual automobile accidents involving pedestrians is rising.   In 2010, the most recent year […]

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