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Blog Posts in May, 2014

  • Fatal motor vehicle accident in Westchester

    || 30-May-2014

    A motorcycle enthusiast has become the fatal victim of an accident along a parkway in Westchester on a recent Sunday. Allegedly, the New York motor vehicle accident was caused be a preceding accident, when a different motorcyclist struck a car in the rear. The impact of the first crash caused the car to lose control and collide with the motorcyclist who was killed. The motorcyclist that rear-ended ...
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  • Manhattan car accident injures 2, kills 1

    || 23-May-2014

    Typically, pedestrians are at risk of being involved in a car accident in Manhattan. There's only so much space. The serious injuries (or worse) that typically accompany a pedestrian versus car accident are generally tragic and life-altering. This is the case in a recent collision. According to reports, a driver was recently charged with murder regarding a crash that led to a death in a local ...
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  • 2013 and 2014 are the years of the motor vehicle defect

    || 15-May-2014

    Calendar years 2013 and 2014 could be called the years of the auto recall. After 13 deaths blamed on fatal defects in General Motors automobiles, GM and other automobile manufacturing giants have become more proactive about reporting defects and issuing recalls. Indeed, millions of cars have been subjected to recalls for a motor vehicle defect following these fatal incidents. These most recent ...
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  • Child dies in Brooklyn auto accident

    || 7-May-2014

    A young child lost her life in a Brooklyn car accident just after she left church services on a recent Sunday evening. The horrific accident occurred at approximately 7 p.m. in Canarsie, at the corner of Remsen and Avenue N. Residents from the area claim that the auto accident, which involved multiple vehicles, was the worst they had ever witnessed. The 9-year-old girl was lifeless at the accident ...
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  • Dangerous drugs: Issues with Indian-made pharmaceuticals

    || 1-May-2014

    Considering recent sanctions brought against foreign drug makers, many are beginning to question whether certain generic drugs are worth saving. However, trying to avoid dangerous drugs by only buying drugs made in the United States may be impossible in the age of globalization. Indeed, a massive percentage of the drugs people in the United States and New York take on a daily basis are sourced ...
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