Safety Tips

Flu Season in NYC

The 2017-2018 flu season is proving to be a nasty one. Flu is widespread in 43 states, including New York. There are two main strains of influenza circulating throughout the city: influenza A and influenza B. This year’s vaccine is not as effective in preventing the illness as earlier vaccines, which has made more people… read more

NYC Subway Safety Tips

The attractions and culture of our city bring millions of tourists to all five boroughs each year. Unfortunately, many tourists are vulnerable to being victims of crime, especially in our city’s mass transit system. Subway crime is more common than you might think. In 2016, the NYPD loosened its position on punishing minor crimes committed… read more

New Year’s Eve in NYC: Staying Safe in the Cold and Crowds

New Year’s Eve in New York City is a massive celebration, with many celebrants traveling to Times Square to partake in the world-famous festivities and ring in the New Year with other revelers. While this occasion is one to remember for many attendees, New Year’s Eve is also notorious for many kinds of injuries. If… read more

Tips for Driving in NYC

As New York City car accident lawyers, we know that driving in the city presents numerous challenges to drivers accustomed to traveling through suburbs and rural areas. The congestion of New York City amplifies those challenges tremendously for people unaccustomed to driving in the Big Apple. There are some unique factors that any out-of-town visitors… read more