Car Accidents

Who Is Responsible for a Rear-End Collision in Buffalo?

Rear-end collisions are among the most common types of car accidents. According to an analysis conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), rear-end collisions make up nearly one third of all traffic accidents reported in the United States....
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Five Tips for Dealing With Insurance Adjusters After a Serious Motor Vehicle Accident

Motor vehicle accidents occur in every community. According to a report from the New York State Department of Health, 5,305 people in Erie County went to the emergency room for car accident injuries in the most recent year in which data...
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New Smart Traffic Signals Proposed for Amherst, NY—Hopes for Pedestrian Improved Pedestrian Safety, but Fears Over Privacy

According to a report from The Buffalo News, Amherst Supervisor Brian J. Kulpa recently introduced a plan to bring smart traffic signals to the town. The goal is to better manage traffic flow and, even more importantly, improve pedestrian safety....
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What to Do If You Get in a Car Accident During the Coronavirus Outbreak

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has radically altered life in New York. The New York State Department of Health reports over 240,000 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed as of April 20th—and, unfortunately, many more people are expected to contract the virus in...
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Investigation: Buffalo Ems Vehicle Involved in Serious Multi-Vehicle Accident

According to reporting from WGRZ Buffalo, the Buffalo Police Department is investigating a crash involving one of the city’s emergency service vehicles. Officials reported that the firefighters were in the process of responding to a two-alarm fire on East Delavan Avenue....
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Three People Injured in Late Night Crash at Buffalo, NY Intersection

According to a report from WGRZ Channel 2, the Buffalo Police Department recently investigated an overnight crash that resulted in at least three injuries on Apr 26, 2020. A spokesperson for law enforcement noted that the car accident occurred at the intersection of...
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New York Car Accidents: How Do You Prove the Other Driver Was Distracted?

Distracted driving is growing a public safety problem in our region. As reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, distracted driving is the leading cause of property damages and personal injury crashes. If you were seriously injured in a distracted...
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Five People Hurt in a Multi-Vehicle Accident in Buffalo

According to a report from Buffalo News, five people were injured in a multi-vehicle collision near the 1800 block of Broadway. All five people involved in the crash were transported by ambulance to the local emergency medical centers. Unfortunately, two of...
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Teen Drivers and Car Accidents: How Buffalo Parents Can Instill Safe Driving Habits

Few things are more stressful or unnerving for parents than handing the car keys over to a teenage driver. There is a good reason for concern: The New York State Department of Health reports that teenagers are more likely to be involved...
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The 5 Most Important Steps to Take After a Crash

If you’ve just been in a car crash, you need to stay calm and remain focused. It’s not uncommon to feel overwhelmed and forget what you’re supposed to do. What you do in the moments after a wreck can have...
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