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Believe it or not, distracted drying is one of the leading causes of accidents in New York. As more and more consumers rely on their handheld devices for many tasks, the amount of drivers who become distracted has increased dramatically. In a staggering statistic that proves just how dangerous this problem has become, there were over 3,100 deaths from distracted driving in 2020 alone. If this gross negligence has led to an accident where you were injured, the other driver is liable for damages, and you deserve justice.

Suffering the traumatic experience of a car accident can be one of life’s most difficult moments. Injury, property damage, and even death can result from particularly dangerous accidents, which occur every day in New York and throughout the entire country. When one of the parties involved in the accident fails to drive safely enough to avoid the collision, they may be culpable for extensive civil damages.

It always helps your chances for restitution whenever you can get an eyewitness testimony to a car accident. At Gruenberg Kelly Della, we handle many cases involving automotive accidents, so we know the value of having cooperative witnesses on your side. In this post, we’ll highlight why that’s true and how someone can qualify as an eyewitness.

If you’ve been injured in an accident by a drunk driver, Gruenberg Kelly Della can assist you in recovering damages. We understand how painful, traumatizing, and frustrating that sort of situation can be for its victims. When a drunk-driving accident occurs, there are things you should bear in mind. Follow these four steps if you become injured by a drunk driver.

It’s safe to assume that it’s been a while since you’ve taken driver’s ed. While you’ve most likely retained most of the information your instructor taught you about driving, knowing who has the right of way between you, bicyclists, and pedestrians might be a bit hazy at times. Let’s face it—you might not think about this while you’re going about your busy day. So just in case you have your children’s schedule for their ballet recitals and football practice memorized but you’re unsure of this—here’s a brief refresher course.