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  • The Most Common Causes of Car Accidents & How to Prevent Them
    The Most Common Causes of Car Accidents & How to Prevent Them

    Although fewer people are on the road during the coronavirus pandemic due to social distancing and other quarantine measures, car accidents can still happen. Many people still have to commute to work; ...

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  • Why Texting & Driving is So Distracting & Dangerous
    Why Texting & Driving is So Distracting & Dangerous

    Everyone knows instinctively that texting while driving is distracting and dangerous. Yet not many people know just how dangerous it is and why. According to the Centers for Disease Control and ...

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  • You Should Always See a Doctor After a Car Accident
    You Should Always See a Doctor After a Car Accident

    In a previous blog entry , our car accident attorneys from Scarzafava, Basdekis & Dadey, PLLC in Oneonta discussed a few things you should do after being in a car crash. In this entry, we want to take ...

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  • Why You Shouldn’t Give a Recorded Statement to the Other Driver’s Insurance Company After a Car Accident
    Why You Shouldn’t Give a Recorded Statement to the Other Driver’s Insurance Company After a Car Accident

    After a car accident , you will need to negotiate with the other driver’s insurance company to recover compensation. This will involve building your case and discussing terms with the provider. To ...

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  • Can a Bartender be Held Liable for a Drunk Driving Accident?
    Can a Bartender be Held Liable for a Drunk Driving Accident?

    If you or a loved one were injured by a drunk driver, you want everyone who is responsible to be liable for their actions. Although the intoxicated driver’s negligence is to blame, the “cause” of ...

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  • Car Accident Lawsuits in New York: What You Should Consider
    Car Accident Lawsuits in New York: What You Should Consider

    To determine how car accident injury victims are compensated, state laws either follow “at fault” or “no fault” principles. In at-fault states, a person who was hurt in a vehicle collision must prove ...

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