Car accidents in New York have proven to have devastating results. According to the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, in 2013, there were over 300,000 motor vehicle accidents with just under 260,000 reported to police. Out of these reported accidents, about 1,109 were fatal crashes and about 1,188 people were killed. As for the other reported car accidents, over 157,000 people were injured.
If you are injured while on someone else's property, you may be wondering who is responsible for your injury. The owner of the property may be held liable if there was an unsafe condition on the property. This is true in slip-and-fall accidents as well as cases involving other types of injuries.
It is common knowledge that car accidents can lead to serious consequences including property damage, injury and even death. What you may not know is that motorcycle accidents are even more dangerous for motorcyclists than for other drivers.
Every year, many New Yorkers are involved in car accidents. Unfortunately, not all of them know what to do in such a stressful situation. If you are involved in a car accident, you may experience fear, anxiety and physical and emotional pain. However, with the right preparation, you will be ready to take on anything if you ever find yourself in an accident.