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Andrew Levine

Andrew J. Levine is co-owner at Raphaelson & Levine Law Firm, P.C. in New York, NY. A graduate of Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. For 15 years he has been widely trusted and respected as a formidable attorney but acknowledged as a reasonable and ethical collaborator who impresses clients, judges and jurors alike. Andrew has been featured in New York Magazine as one of New York’s “Top Personal Injury Litigators” and recognized by Super Lawyers as a “Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney in New York.”

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California Jury Awards Couple More Than $2 Billion In Damages Against Roundup Manufacturer

A California jury ordered agrochemical and agricultural biotech giant Monsanto Co. to pay a combined $2.055 billion to a couple who claimed the widely-used weed killer, Roundup Ready, caused their cancers. The couple, Alva and Alberta Pilliod have both been battling the cancerous non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma for nine years, and this suffering has had a significant…

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Hit by a Distracted Driver? 8 Must Do Tips To Build A Solid Case

We’ve all rolled our eyes as fellow commuters eat their breakfast, program the GPS or hold a cell phone to their ear as they barrel down the expressway. But what can you do when their inattention involves you in an accident and causes you injury? And how can expert personal injury lawyers help you? April…

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Woman Killed By Truck At Murray Hill Intersection Pulling Suitcase

On Friday morning, a Westchester County middle school teacher was struck by a large home heating oil truck in the early morning hours. According to authorities, the accident occurred just a few steps away from her Murray Hill home. EARLY MORNING TRAGEDY OCCURS IN MIDTOWN According to the New York Post, authorities said Sarah Foster, 27, had…

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Reducing Elder Abuse In New York With Proper Screening

Nursing homes have been around for centuries helping families with convenient services for the care of elderly relatives. However, they are getting more and more notorious for scandals involving various forms of abuse. In fact, the trend is so shockingly prevalent with about 10% of the elderly in the United States reporting that they suffered…

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SUV Jumps Manhattan Curb, Hits & Kills 84-Year-Old Nahid Taghinia-Milani

Upper East Side, New York — An 84-year-old New York socialite, Nahid Taghinia-Milani, was fatally injured while walking on the Upper East Side when a Land Rover SUV jumped the sidewalk and stuck her on Friday. According to witnesses, the Land Rover jumped over on to the sidewalk while it was trying to make a…

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The Dominican Bar Association 15th Annual Scholarship Gala

New York, NY — Raphaelson & Levine Law Firm was honored to recently attend the 15th Dominican Bar Association Annual Dinner at Battery Gardens in New York City, a vibrant, growing organization of legal professionals and law students, which supports Latino members of the legal profession. The evening highlighted New York City’s diversity and the great…

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Workplace Safety: Understanding & Responding To Critical Workplace Hazards

The workplace is a dangerous environment for nearly 20 million working-age adults each year, and fatal for more than 5,000 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For every 100 people putting in those long hours, nearly 5 will experience an injury which requires medical treatment.1 You might be surprised to hear that working with lumber…

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What's Lurking Under Your Counters? Examining Hidden Toxins In The Home

Clean is good. A clean home is desirable and lovely. Stores are stocked to the brim with commercial cleaning products. They are so heavily advertised and such a part of our culture and daily experience that most shoppers – homeowners and apartment dwellers in particular – don’t really think twice before buying them. These are products…

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How To Share The Road With Large Trucks (4 Tips)

Taking steps to safely share the road with large commercial trucks may help reduce motorists’ risk of being involved in serious, or fatal, collisions. Motorists in New York City, and throughout the state, share the roads with commercial vehicles every day. All too often, however, collisions involving these large trucks occur. In fact, the state’s…

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What is "Stop Work Authority"?

Through stop work authority, injuries like hand injuries can be prevented. Some workers may not know that they have this right and that no legal repercussions will take place if they exercise it. It is your duty as a construction employee, contractor or BCI to bring a construction project to a halt in the event…

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Holiday Safety Tips — From Christmas Trees to Candles

When you’re getting ready for the holidays, you have a ton of things to do. No matter how busy you are, though, take the time to make sure that your home is safe. Make it a top priority. Just a little bit of effort can go a long way to keeping you, your family, and…

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Holiday Shopping Safety Tips: A Guide to Children’s Toys

What do a plush elephant pillow, a plastic hammer, and a slingshot-like device that shoots out balls of slime have in common? They all appeared, last holiday season, on a list of the year’s most dangerous toys compiled by the Boston-based group World Against Toys Causing Harm (WATCH). The number of injuries associated with toys…

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Labor Press Radio (Ft. Andrew Levine) On The State of New York State Scaffold Law

Labor Press’s Blue Collar Buzz (on AM 970 The Answer) recently sat down with New York scaffold injury lawyer Andrew Levine to discuss the state of New York State Scaffold Law, Scaffold Law Reform and Labor Law 240. (Read the full transcription below). Bill: Hello, and welcome to Labor Press’ Blue Collar Buzz right here…

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Worker Fatally Injured After 10-Story Fall At Manhattan Construction Site

Manhattan, N.Y.– Another construction tragedy demonstrates the need for stricter enforcement of safety laws in New York City. Monday, authorities reported Roger Vail, a 62 year old surveyor from Montgomery, N.Y., lost his life in what seems to be another preventable incident at a New York City construction site. Mr. Vail was working on a…

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Hosting an Event This Summer? Know Your Legal Duties!

Few times of year are better than summer for hosting a spectacular event or party in New York City. Whether you are planning a large outdoor gathering or a fashionable indoor gala, take the time to understand the legal responsibilities that come with being a host. Doing so can help you avoid unnecessary legal trouble…

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National Work Zone Awareness Week Helps Save Lives

Construction workers on NYC roads make much-needed repairs and improvements that help keep us all safe. Yet the workers themselves face danger from motorists who drive carelessly through their work zones. More than 32,000 people are injured each year in the U.S. in motor vehicle work zone accidents. On average, every 16 minutes there is…

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How Many Children Have to Die for a Furniture Company to Take Action?

Clearly, if you are IKEA, the answer is 6 children, all under the age of 4, spanning a nearly 30-year period. The Consumer Product Safety Commission Chairman said, “Enough is enough,” and noted that the dressers in question are “inherently very dangerous and unstable products if children are around them.” Read more about IKEA’s voluntary…

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Speeding New York City SUV strikes, kills woman in crosswalk

It was early evening. A 21-year-old woman was in a Queens crosswalk, making her way across the Horace Harding Expressway service road. Another woman, 26 years old, was nearby riding a bicycle. That is when the driver of a black Porsche sports utility vehicle traveling west on the service road at high speed lost control.…

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Motorcycle accidents can happen to the best of riders

Even when a motorcyclist has extensive safety training, an accident can happen. Even when the motorcycle is outfitted with police lights and symbols. Even when the rider is experienced and paired with another seasoned rider, doubling visibility. Even when all of those factors are present, a motorcycle accident can happen in the blink of an…

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Research confirms why truck drivers should be screened for sleep apnea

We all know the importance of getting a good night’s sleep. To perform and feel your best, U.S. adults are advised to sleep between seven to nine hours each night. However, it’s not just the number of hours or quantity of sleep that matters, but also the quality of that sleep. For individuals with a…

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Recent New York derailment highlights dangers of today's trains

Prior to the passage of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956 and subsequent development of the country’s extensive interstate and freeway system, Americans relied much more heavily on trains for the transport of people and goods alike. Today, while, in much of the U.S., travel via rail has been replaced by personal vehicles, the Northeastern…

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Police continue to investigate fatal subway train accident

While New York City is known for the high rises and skyscrapers that dominate its skyline, the city is also known for the extensive subway system that runs beneath the city’s streets. According to the Metro Transit Authority, during 2014 alone, an estimated 1.751 billion people rode along New York City’s 21-route subway system. On…

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Safe winter driving survival tips

Every winter, New York City gets its fair share of cold weather and snow. However, this past weekend’s snow storm was one for the record books as the official snow accumulation total for New York City was recorded at 26.8 inches, an amount that nearly topped the record 26.9 inches that fell on the city…

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Trucking industry pushes back against fleet fitness proposal

It is perhaps unsurprising that the trucking industry does not often embrace change when change is presented in the form of a federal mandate. This is not to say that the trucking industry is not flexible in some ways and is unwilling to do what is necessary in order to keep the nation’s roads safe.…

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Why are so few criminal charges filed against drivers who violate pedestrian laws?

In a recent blog post, we discussed the significant number of pedestrians and bicyclists who are injured in traffic accidents every year in New York City. We also questioned whether city and law enforcement officials are doing enough to prevent such accidents. According to at least one traffic safety nonprofit in the city, Transportation Alternatives,…

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Why are so many pedestrians dying in New York City?

Unlike many U.S. cities that are dominated by motor vehicles, one look around New York City’s sidewalks and streets on a busy workday solidifies that here, pedestrians reign. While the city is known for its hoards of pedestrians who move with purpose towards their destinations, a recent string of fatal pedestrian accidents serves as a…

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Why isn't anyone tracking accidents involving Uber drivers in NYC?

When it started operating in San Francisco five years ago, founders of the rideshare app-based company, which was then known as UberCab, likely had no idea that it would one day grow into a $50 billion dollar company. Today Uber has expanded operations in 58 countries and major metropolitan areas including New York City where ride-seeking patrons…

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How likely are self-driving cars to be involved in accidents?

The next couple of decades could see some pretty big changes out on the roads here in New York and throughout the rest of the country. For example, we could eventually start to see self-driving cars making up a substantial portion of the traffic. When any big change happens out on the roads, it is…

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We Support the Cane Grove Community in Guyana

Raphaelson and Levine was a proud supporter this weekend at The Cane Grove 8th Annual Reunion Dinner Dance Fundraiser. Over 400 people attended this event which raised funds to provide aid for less fortunate residents of the Cane Grove Community in Guyana.

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How would your life be impacted by a motor vehicle accident?

From a driver who is rear-ended at a stoplight to a bicyclist who is struck by an opening car door, injuries that result from traffic accidents can be serious and negatively impact an individual’s life in numerous, and often unforeseen, ways. Imagine that you are walking to work from your subway stop one morning. You…

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Would More Left Turn Signals Prevent Pedestrians Injuries And Deaths?

Anyone who drives in New York City has likely experienced the frustration and anxiety that often accompanies attempting to make a left-hand turn in the city. While left turn signals make the maneuver easy and safe, such signals are woefully absent from many busy intersections throughout the city, forcing many drivers to attempt to make…

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We'll Be Walking in NYC's Labor Day Parade

Raphaelson and Levine will proudly be in attendance tomorrow in honor of all hardworking New Yorkers. New York works hard every day to support our families and the Labor Day parade honors the CONSTRUCTION WORKERS, TEACHERS, SUPERMARKET WORKERS, BUS OPERATORS, FIREFIGHTERS AND REPRESENTATIVES OF MANY OTHER INDUSTRIES. The natives, transplants and immigrants all working together…

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When a loved one is killed in a motor vehicle accident

For most people, the death of a loved one is among the most painful and difficult events they will ever face. In cases where a loved one’s death results from a motor vehicle accident, one’s sense of loss and grief is often magnified. This is particularly true when the actions of another driver contributed to…

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Woman injured in the Bronx when manhole cover tears through bus floor

A woman was recently injured in an odd bus accident involving a manhole cover in the Bronx. The MTA bus was reportedly en route to Manhattan when the manhole cover ripped through the floor beneath the woman’s seat, splintering the wood and injuring her leg. The bus driver said he heard the woman scream and…

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Why popping that sleeping pill at night can cause problems during a morning commute

Millions of Americans experience difficulty falling and staying asleep at night. The negative effects of not getting enough sleep have been well-documented with the non-profit organization Alternet.org noting that the negative “effects of short-term sleep deprivation can be very similar to the effects of being drunk.” Given this information, it’s not surprising that the U.S.…

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In June 2015, more than 3,700 accidents in NYC attributed to distracted driving

Driving, especially in a large urban city like New York City, is an activity that requires a driver’s full attention. On any given day while navigating through the city’s streets, a driver is likely to encounter traffic congestion, delivery trucks, taxi cabs, bicyclists and pedestrians. A driver who is distracted and not paying attention to…

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How a design defect can turn a car accident into a fatal one

By this time, there are few people in the nation that have not heard about the massive recall involving several automakers and roughly 32 million vehicles that may contain faulty airbags. So far, the defective airbags have been responsible for more than 100 injuries and eight deaths. And despite efforts by the airbag’s manufacturer, Takata…

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Saving yourself from financial burdens post-accident

There are many hidden costs in an accident. If you have been involved in one, you likely understand that expenses can stack up quickly. They can also come in strange and unexpected forms, making them hard to anticipate and deal with. But money that you lose in an accident does not have to stay lost.…

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Providing strong legal advocacy for accident victims

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, approximately 8.5 million people call the city’s five boroughs home. Add in the millions of commuters and tourists who descend upon the city each day and year and, on any given day, the population can swell to several million more. With so many people coming and going and often…

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Motor vehicle accidents and concussions

Every day in New York City; cars, taxis, delivery trucks, bicycles, and pedestrians converge on the city’s streets. With so many vehicles and people sharing the roads, it’s imperative that everyone puts safety first and abides by traffic laws. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case and drivers throughout the city routinely run red lights, fail…

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If left untreated, whiplash can be much more than a pain in the neck

Anyone who has ever experienced a kink or pain in their neck can likely attest to just how painful and disruptive it can be. The human neck is composed of a “long chain of bones, discs, muscles and ligaments.” Any injury or disruption in normal functioning to these vital parts can cause tremendous pain and…

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How many traffic fatalities occur in one month in New York City?

New York is one of the most populous cities in the world, and it seems to suffer more than its fair share of traffic accidents. Sometimes, when you’re surrounded by literally millions of people, it can be easy to forget that each and every accident victim is a real human being with a compelling personal…

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Scaffold Safety Supporters Rally in Albany

At a worker safety rally in Albany, Scaffold Safety Coalition members joined Assemblymember Francisco Moya, lead sponsor of the Construction Insurance Transparency Act, to support the Scaffold Safety Law and to call for greater transparency in the construction insurance industry. In a statement, coalition member Gary LaBarbera, President of the NYC Building & Construction Trades…

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SUPER LAWYERS AT NYS SENATE THIS WEEK

Partners Raphaelson and Levine and the entire Attorney Legal Team visited Albany this week to lobby the Senate and Assembly regarding proposed bills for consumer and accident victim rights. The bills we advocated for are important bills that are important to every family in New York.We support the grieving families act which seeks to change…

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Glancing away from the road increases accident risk

New York drivers may be interested to learn about some findings reported by Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety that suggest even quick glances away from the road may be more dangerous than previously believed. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recommends that drivers limit a glance from the road to two seconds or less,…

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Slip and Fall in the Bronx yields six figure settlement

The firm represented a young man who slipped and fell in the Bronx due to uncleared ice. With limited exception The law requires property owners to clear snow and ice from the sidewalk within 4 hours of the end of the storm. Through expert weather testimony we established the storm stopped over 9 hours before…

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Icy Roads Ahead – Tips for Safe Driving in Bad Weather

Although the brutal winter seems to be softening, freezing road conditions can still occur at night. With all the water and melting snow on the ground, drivers must be aware and drive safely for themselves and others. The winter of 2014-2015 has been one of the most brutal in years. Is global warming still an…

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Pedestrians with Right of Way find new protection in New York City

We applaud Mayer De Blasio who recently enacted his right of way law. This law will allow responding police officers to issue violations and even arrest motorists who crash into pedestrians in the crosswalk with the right of way. While previously a traffic violation, officers were hesitant to issue violations and certainly would not arrest…

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Potentially Deadly Aviation Accident at La Guardia Was Avoidable

On behalf of Howard Raphaelson of Raphaelson & Levine Law Firm posted Airplane Accidents on Thursday, March 5, 2015. New York’s brutal winter is not an excuse for Delta Airlines or the entities that own and operate LaGuardia airport. Today, a Delta Airlines Flight landed and skidded off a runway at LaGuardia that was covered…

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Preventing accidents by knowing right of way rules

New York drivers can help prevent being involved in certain accidents by learning when they have the right of way on the road. Though there is an established order when dealing with the right of way, it is important to remember that sometimes yielding the right of way, even when the other driver is incorrect,…

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Motorcyclists face multitude of disadvantages on roadways

Motorcyclists are 26 times more likely to die in a crash than passengers riding in a car. While motorcyclists are often perceived as being free-spirited, wild and even reckless, more times than not it’s actually the driver of the vehicle that is negligent. Unlike automobiles, motorcycle riders are exposed to nature’s elements, placing them more…

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New York drunk driving crash kills 1 woman on New Year's Day

At about 8:15 a.m. on Jan. 1, a suspected drunk driver of a Dodge Charger rear-ended a Mercury Marquis cab that was waiting at a red traffic light. The accident occurred at the intersection of Cross Bronx Expressway and Rosendale Avenue. A witness at the scene described the trunk of the Marquis as completely gone.…

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Woman, 56, Dies After Being Hit By Car in Bronx

Our heartfelt sympathies go out to the latest victim of an NYC fatal pedestrian accident. The a-56-year-old woman lost her life yesterday after being struck by a vehicle in the Bronx. Details have not been released as of this post. Despite the Vision Zero Initiative, pedestrians continue to be struck and either seriously injured or…

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Vision Zero's reliance on hard data seems to be paying off

As we’ve previously mentioned in our blog, traffic accidents in New York City are fairly common and every year thousands of people suffer debilitating injuries and lose their lives in accidents caused by distracted, speeding and aggressive drivers. In an attempt to drastically reduce the number of traffic accidents and the resulting injuries and deaths,…

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NYPD charge cab driver after fatal accident

The New York City Police Department has reported that a 65-year-old taxi driver was taken into custody on Aug. 18 after he struck and killed a cyclist in East Harlem. The man has been charged with reckless driving, driving without a license and a right of way violation. The bicycle accident took place at the…

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Pedestrian accident in New York kills 1, injures 1

One person was killed and another was injured after a pedestrian accident in Staten Island, authorities said. According to police, the June 9 incident took place on the sidewalk of southbound Hylan Boulevard near Cleveland Avenue at approximately 1:40 p.m. A 2005 Honda Accord was reportedly traveling south on Hylan Boulevard when it jumped onto…

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Poor Maintenance at Job Sites Can Lead to Disaster

Major accidents at construction sites are relatively rare events, but even one, most everyone would agree, is one too many. When accidents do happen, and workers are seriously injured or killed on the job, one of the most common contributing factors is insufficient or negligent maintenance at the job site. “When maintenance at the workplace…

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Experts warn taking photos while driving is dangerous

Reckless driving in New York is, unfortunately, very frequent today. More and more drivers are showing carelessness that result in horrible accidents. Reckless driving leads to serious injuries and at times, even demise. This thoughtless behavior endangers themselves, others on the roads and pedestrians walking nearby. Nowhere is this more apparent than a recent news…

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Two brothers involved in fatal crash on Long Island, NY

Two brothers, only a year apart, were involved in a deadly crash which took the life of one of them. The 18- and 19-year-old teens were driving home in separate cars from a night out with friends in the early morning hours. The 18-year-old brother was driving a 1996 Honda. His 19-year-old brother was driving…

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Specialized NY police squad investigates traffic deaths

Twenty-four New York police officers are given the job of investigating the city’s serious traffic crashes. The first thing the officers need to determine at any roped-off crash scene is whether a crime has actually taken place. These fatal car crashes cover a wide-ranging spectrum of class, wealth and neighborhood. The accidents are unlike violent…

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Questions linger in Bronx motorcycle accident involving police

Last year, a man was driving his dirt bike through the streets of the Bronx with one passenger aboard. Because the man was illegally riding the bike, New York City police attempted to stop the man from riding any further. In the process, the two men on the bike crashed and the passenger died. After…

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Playskool Voluntarily Recalls Toy Tool Benches After the Death of Two Toddlers

In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Playskool, of Pawtucket, R.I., is voluntarily recalling about 255,000 Team Talkin – Tool Bench toys following the deaths of two young children. Playskool received reports that a 19-month-old boy from Martinsburg, W.V., and a 2-year-old boy from League City, Texas, suffocated when oversized, plastic toy…

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School vehicle and dump truck crash in New York

A New York state Department of Transportation dump truck and a school minivan crashed in an early morning accident which left nine people injured. Sadly every day on America’s streets and highways, thousands of car, truck and van accidents happen. They forever change individuals and their family’s lives. New York highways are becoming increasingly crowded…

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