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    Report: 60 Percent of State’s Pedestrian Deaths in New York City

    By Dominique A. Penson

    A recently released report shows that more than 60 percent of pedestrians who were struck and killed in traffic accidents in the state of New York were hit in the five boroughs of New York City. A total of 732 pedestrian fatalities occurred between the years of 2011 and 2013, according to the report from […]

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    New Research Indicates Action-Packed Signs Lead to Fewer Auto Accidents

    By Dominique A. Penson

    New York and San Francisco have both made national news for their Vision Zero programs, which aim to significantly reduce the number of pedestrian deaths over the next decade (its name connotes the ideal goal which is to eliminate all pedestrian deaths). Now studies that have been done in association with the plans indicate that […]

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  • Personal Injury

    Studies Show 2014 was the Safest Year for NYC Pedestrians in a Century

    By Dominique A. Penson

    Mayor Bill de Blasio has made curbing the number of pedestrian deaths in New York City a huge priority during his tenure so far. His administration implemented the Vision Zero plan in early 2014 with the goal of bringing the number of pedestrian deaths down to zero over the course of the next decade. So […]

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    Woman Crushed by Bus in Recent Accident

    By Michael Barasch

    A woman who dropped her cell phone upon disembarking from an MTA bus in Brooklyn was killed when she attempted to retrieve it. The victim was pinned under the right rear wheels of the bus and died on the scene, according to witnesses of the September 17 accident. Although pedestrian deaths in New York City […]

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