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Multiple car collision causes death and injuries in New York

Motor vehicle accidents are common occurrences on the road. Some of these collisions are truly accidental, but in many cases, driver negligence is often a contributing factor. Negligent drivers pose risks to themselves, as well as to other drivers on the road. Some of the most common forms of negligence that can result in serious injuries and deaths are: driving under the influence, distracted driving and reckless driving. A driver who is found negligent can be held liable if the accident caused injuries or fatalities.

Fatal accident remains under investigation in New York

A motor vehicle accident can happen in an instant. This type of traffic accident is generally governed by the law of negligence; this area of the law deals with the probability that one of the drivers failed to exercise due care that may have prevented the wrongful death of a person. The fact that one party's negligence may have caused the fatal accident adds to the pain of the victim's grieving family members. The road towards closure and recovery may not be easily attained.

Manufacturer recalls defective Baby Jogger Strollers

Even the pickiest consumers get their share of defective products. Some product defects are not visible and it may be some time before they surface, possibly causing injuries. Those who sustain injuries due to a dangerous product may explore the possibility of product liability due to the maker's negligence and pursue the manufacturer for damages.

Are football players' brains the key to deciphering brain injury?

Traumatic brain injury is one of the leading causes of deaths in the country. Whether the cause is a motor vehicle accident, a fall or a sport injury, a violent blow to the head can result in a concussion, which can, in turn, lead to a serious disability or even death. Brain injury treatment does not guarantee full recovery. In some cases, a victim needs long-term care. Readers in New York may be interested in some recent findings regarding traumatic brain injury in football players.

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