Pedestrian Accident

Doctor Acquitted Of Felony Charges In Connection To Fatal Drunk Driving Crash

by Michael Grant | June 1st, 2012

In a case that has captivated Buffalo, New York, residents over the past several months, a jury on Wednesday acquitted the prominent doctor who was accused of hitting and killing an 18-year-old female with his car while driving drunk. According to the Buffalo News, the parents of the victim hold no animosity toward the doctor, but don’t believe justice was done.

$2.4 Million Settlement Reached In Wrongful Death Of NY Pedestrian

by Michael Grant | March 12th, 2012

A settlement has been reached in the wrongful death lawsuit filed on behalf of a Derby, New York, man who was killed in October 2010 when he was struck by a school bus while crossing the street.

Sleep-starved bus drivers cause too many tragic accidents

by Michael Grant | November 16th, 2011

November 16, 2011 Lives have been lost in the Bronx, in Virginia, in Upstate New York as sleep-deprived intercity bus drivers cause their buses to careen into other drivers and off the road. The National Transportation Safety Board’s report commissioned by Senator Schumer and Representative Velazquez is the latest in a string of wake-up calls, […]