On Feb. 21, the National Transportation Safety Board released a report on a fatal charter bus crash that happened in New York in 2017. The bus was traveling at approximately 60 miles per hour when it ran a red light and hit a city bus. The driver, a pedestrian and a passenger on the city bus were all killed.
Homeowners in New York who are planning a get-together full of swimming, eating and drinking should be aware of the safety risks. Things may break, people may slip and fall, and others may misbehave themselves. Homeowners insurance will only cover so much, so homeowners should be clear with their insurance agent about the presence of high-risk features on their property like swimming pools and trampolines.
Thousands of people navigate the complicated infrastructure of New York City every day through the use of public transportation. Subways and buses help people reach their destinations, whether they live in New York or are simply visiting.
From trip and fall accidents to massive derailments, subways in New York and across the U.S. can be the setting for a wide range of incidents. Those who are hurt in a subway accident may consider filing a personal injury lawsuit, in which case they will need to keep the following in mind.
On Jan. 28, a young mother fell to her death while trying to carry her 1-year-old baby's stroller down a stairway in a New York City subway station. The tragic accident occurred at Manhattan's Seventh Avenue station near 53rd Street.