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November 2016 Archives

Construction accidents: New York men killed in work-related event

When work-related incidents lead to fatalities, the surviving families of the victims may have many struggles to face. Construction accidents are unfortunate incidents that often result in such outcomes, and in some cases, the accidents may have been no fault of those killed. Equipment could malfunction or other factors could come into play, but nonetheless, the incidents are no less harrowing. 

Motor vehicle accidents: Fleeing driver causes fatal crash

Running from the police is never a wise choice. If an individual does attempt to flee from authorities, especially while driving a vehicle at high speeds, he or she could be putting many individuals at risk. Motor vehicle accidents could easily result from drivers who are traveling erratically in hopes of avoiding the authorities, and as a result, individuals who are negatively affected may have reason to take legal action of their own.

Construction accidents: New York worker falls down elevator shaft

There are plenty of risky jobs that individuals take part in every day. Unfortunately, these jobs can often lead to serious incidents that result in workers suffering severe injuries. Construction accidents are common events that could have such outcomes. If an individual is injured due to this type of accident, the repercussions could result in substantial hardships. 

Motor vehicle accidents: New York crash claims life

Many individuals may get a thrill out of driving fast, but exceeding the speed limit can be dangerous in many situations. Individuals who are racing or otherwise driving at excessive speeds could easily cause motor vehicle accidents. In turn, these accidents could result in severe or fatal injuries to those individuals involved.

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