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Moving forward after a car crash

Being involved in a car accident, or having a loved one involved in a car accident, can be overwhelming. Besides the physical pain that you are feeling, the emotional pain can also be staggering. You may be worried about your body returning to its functional self, the loss of money from being unable to work, and the stress of witnessing a loved one going through a painful experience. It's a life-changing event, and you need support through it. At Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, we sympathize with victims and their families who are going through this in Manhattan, and around New York.

Tips for safe summer driving

Motorists in New York will no doubt be setting out for many fun and exciting adventures this summer. However, along with the beautiful weather comes many driving risks, some of which may prove deadly if drivers are not adequately prepared. In this case, the following summer driving trips are essential to keeping safe and secure behind the wheel.

Uber tangles with California regulators and roads

Uber is facing one of its toughest challenges, filing for permits in California and San Francisco roads. Uber conquered the taxi business, develop self-driven cars and launched them in Pittsburgh, and cowed city governments all over the world. But it seems the hippie capital of the world is stumping Uber with its bike lanes and permit rules.

Study finds traffic fatalities are on the rise

Companies, non-profit organizations, and the government collectively spend millions of dollars on safety technologies and public relations campaigns to make cars safer and to educate the public on good driving practices. Despite all of that effort and money, the U.S. is experiencing a sharp rise in traffic fatalities that has alarmed safety experts.

When an accident is not your fault, yet insurance premiums rise

Life is chaotic following a car accident due to the negligence of another driver. While you may deal with emotional trauma, physical pain and inconvenience, you feel lucky that you were not responsible for the collision, nor did you receive a ticket.

Uber tangles with California regulators and roads

Uber is facing one of its toughest challenges, filing for permits in California and San Francisco roads. Uber conquered the taxi business, develop self-driven cars and launched them in Pittsburgh, and cowed city governments all over the world. But it seems the hippie capital of the world is stumping Uber with its bike lanes and permit rules.

What if a seat belt isn't as safe as you think?

There are 43 million drivers over 65 years old in the U.S. That's almost one in every five drivers, and in the next 30 years, the number of senior drivers is expected to grow by 77 percent. Unfortunately, the risk of being killed or injured in a car accident increases with age. The fatal crash rates rise significantly starting at ages 70-74 and peak for drivers 85 and older, in large part because older adults can't survive their injuries and any complications as well as younger drivers can.

3 tips for safe driving during wet weather

While snow and ice may seem like the likely culprits of motor vehicle accidents, wet pavement is also a huge problem for drivers. 1.2 million motor vehicle crashes are caused each year by wet pavement, although many drivers aren't safely prepared for these conditions. Staying safe in wet conditions means preparing before you start driving, so here are three tips that keep your carload safe during rainy, wet weather.

Smartwatches and distracted driving

Smartwatches and fitness trackers are the latest tech fad to hit the market. There are a variety of "smart" wrist-worn devices from simple fitness trackers to complex products that are mini-substitutes for phones like the Apple Watch and Galaxy Gear. Unfortunately, the expansion of all these devices means that there is yet another device type that can distract drivers.

What to do after you have been involved in a car accident

Every year, thousands of motorists and passengers across the United States experience car accidents. While modern safety features mean many accidents are injury-free for those involved, there are still tens of thousands of accident related injuries and deaths every year. While accidents are incredibly common overall, the size of the national population is such that it is still fairly unlikely that any one driver will be in an accident during a given year. That means that often, when you are in an accident, it is difficult to remember what you should do.

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