New York Legal Blog

Mayhem at Penn Station

An incident involving the tasering of a homeless man caused widespread panic at Penn Station earlier this month; commuters fled the scene, arrests were made and chaos ensued in what turned out to be something of a “false alarm.” Click here to learn more about staying safe in train stations.

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Stay Safe While Driving in the Rain

At almost 2:30 in the morning last Monday, on the approach to the George Washington Bridge near Amsterdam Avenue and 180th street, a driver lost control of their vehicle and struck a divider. Unbeknownst to some, rain is actually the deadliest driving hazard facing Americans today. In this article, we’ll take a close look at driving tips that will help keep drivers safe as they drive in the rain.

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Exploding Manhole Covers in Queens

On Monday, February 20th, residents of Forest Hills, Queens reported hearing explosions near Queens Boulevard and 68th Street. Buildings were physically rocked by the force of the blasts, and power went out in the immediate vicinity but, fortunately, no injuries were reported.

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Teens Fall Through Frozen Ice

In a terrifying tale that turned out well, seven teens plunged through the frozen ice of a Central Park pond last Tuesday, but were saved thanks to the quick-thinking of some Good Samaritans.

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Snow & Snow Plows

Snow plows are a necessary tool in clearing up our roads after a snowfall. However, they must abide by the same rules all drivers must when dealing with icy and snowy conditions. This article features winter driving tips that will keep all motorists safe during the winter months.

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Burglary Begets Violence in Brooklyn

A 42-year-old Queens man broke into the home of an elderly Brooklyn woman this week, in an attempted burglary that ended with the intruder slashing the face and torso of the victim. In this article, we’ll review some precautionary measures you can take to keep your home safe.

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