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Intelligent Cars Does Not Mean Intelligent Drivers

Vehicular Fatalities up 14% in past 2 years Cars have changed dramatically in the century since their invention. The cars we drive today have safety features that would have amazed motorists from earlier generations: headlights, safety belts, airbags, collapsible steering columns, automatic emergency brakes, electronic stability control, rear view cameras, and collision warnings, just to […]

Mayor de Blasio to Compel Private Companies Doing Business with the City to Disclose Sexual Harassment Claims

A pillar of Governor Cuomo’s five-part plan to address sexual harassment in state and local government has the approval of New York City’s mayor, Bill de Blasio. The governor has stated his intention to compel private companies doing business with the state government to disclose claims of sexual harassment made against them. According to the […]

Governor Cuomo Proposes Reforms to Combat Sexual Harassment in State Government

In January, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a series of proposed reforms that would address the issue of sexual harassment in state and local government and in companies that do business with the state. As part of his 2018 State of the State agenda, Cuomo released a five-point plan that would: Prevent taxpayer funds from being […]

Are the Bayside and Douglaston Bike Lanes Causing Traffic Accidents?

Bike lanes are designed to make cyclists safer when they share the road with motor vehicles, but a recent article on the website QNS raises questions about two new lanes where concrete barriers are proving hazardous for motorists. According to the article, there have been “four reported car accidents at the site of the new […]

When Your Landlord Is Liable for Your Snow/Ice Slip-and-Fall

4 hours. That is the time limit New York City landlords have to remove snow and ice from the sidewalks in front of their property after a storm has ended. Should someone slip and fall due to a snow and/or ice condition which was ignored by a New York City landlord, that landlord may be […]

MUST READ: New Auto Insurance Law is More Exciting Than It Sounds – And All New Yorkers Should Know About It

We know it’s hard to get people excited about a new auto insurance law. But this time, the law is so important, and the impact that it will have on New Yorkers is so significant, that we think there is good reason for New Yorkers to feel, dare we say, excited. Our firm was part […]

Can Drones and Aircrafts Co-Exist in Greater New York?

On the evening of September 21, a civilian drone flying illegally over Midland Beach on Staten Island struck a U.S. Army Blackhawk helicopter, damaging a rotor blade and a window. The pilot was uninjured and was able to land the chopper at Linden Airport, according to a story in the New York Post. The National […]

Spotlight on Drunk Driving

The arrival of the holidays will bring celebrations, office parties, and good times with family and friends. First responders know better than anyone that getting behind the wheel while intoxicated can have devastating, sometimes irreversible consequences. Plan ahead and you can avoid putting yourself and others in a dangerous position. Attorney Bruce Kaye of our […]

Despite Lowest Ever Six-Month Traffic Fatality Total, Vison Zero’s Future Is Uncertain

For the first six months of 2017, the number of traffic fatalities on the streets of New York City was the lowest in recorded history, dating back to 1910, according to a NYC Department of Transportation report. The Gothamist credits Mayor de Blasio’s Vision Zero initiative with bringing down overall traffic deaths consistently since 2013, […]

NYC Vision Zero Benefits Motorcyclists and Pedestrians over Cyclists and Motor Vehicle Occupants

A recent article from DNAinfo examined NYC Department of Transportation data from 2013 through the first six months of 2017 and concluded that Mayor de Blasio’s Vision Zero initiative was serving pedestrians but failing cyclists. However, we find that conclusion simplistic. The mayor’s plan seems to be serving all users of city streets, though some […]

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