Halloween Safety Tips for Ghosts and Goblins of All Ages. Whether October 31 means taking your kids for tricks and treats, or an adult costume party, we want your inner goblin to have fun and be safe. Here’s our top suggestions for a fun, safe Halloween for all ghosts and ghouls on the prowl this Hallowed Eve: Put your phone away when driving or walking. You’ll want to catch the best… Read More
2015 has come and gone, and a lot happened in the automotive industry that year. Whether you’re a gearhead or simply view your vehicle as a means to get from point A to point B, these headlines no doubt caught your eye at some point during the past year. From airbag recalls to self-driving cars, 2015 was definitely one to remember. Now that 2016 is officially here, its time to look back on the t… Read More
While there is little confusion regarding which passengers are likely to suffer fewer injuries when a large Cadillac Escalade collides with a much smaller Toyota Corolla, you may be surprised to find out the issue is about more than just sheer size. In fact, a study done by the University of Buffalo relates greater vehicle safety more to the cost of the vehicle rather than the size. So can your wa… Read More
Those who live in the beautiful state of Colorado understand that there can be driving challenges not commonly seen in, say, the flatlands of Kansas. In order to enjoy the beauty of the drive and lessen the anxiety, here are ten tips for driving in the mountains: (more…)… Read More
Car accidents can happen to anyone – at any time. Even celebrities are not immune to horrific car accidents – and sometimes those accidents can be tragically fatal. When a celebrity dies in a car accident, it shines a very public light on the dangers on our roadways. From drunk driving to high-speed collisions, celebrity deaths touch thousands of fans and loved ones and remind us all how dange… Read More
Airbag Defects We want to believe that the ever-increasing number of safety features on our cars do, indeed, keep us safe. While some of the safety features have saved countless lives, as the recent string of motor vehicle recalls indicate, others have done just the opposite. Most recently, the number of United States automobiles with faulty airbags jumped from 5 million to 7.8 million. Officials… Read More
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 4,957 Americans died in motorcycle crashes in 2012, with an additional 93,000 injured. Further, motorcyclists are approximately 26 times more likely to die in a crash and five times more likely to be injured than those in automobiles. (more…)… Read More
According to the National Safety Council, there are more than 2.5 million rear-end collisions reported every year in the United States, making them the most common type of automobile accident. Rear-end collisions happen when drivers are stopped at traffic lights or stopped in congested traffic, and are unable to avoid the accident because they are surrounded by other cars. (more…)… Read More
Siri is just one of numerous hands-free options a driver can employ to use their cellphone while driving. Android options exist that also allow you to talk your way through making a phone call, texting a friend, or even playing your favorite song. While voice control options, like Siri might seem like safer alternatives, they are not. (more…)… Read More
Traumatic brain injuries are a major cause of death and disability in the United States, accounting for nearly a third of all injury deaths. Those who survive a brain injury can suffer effects, which last months, years, or a lifetime, affecting the victim’s family as well. (more…)… Read More
Fuicelli & Lee, PC Settles Car Accident for $462,500.00
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Fuicelli & Lee, PC Negotiates Policy Limit Settlement of $250,000
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