Speeding: Number One Cause of New York City Car Accidents

Most New Yorkers like to get from point A to point B as quickly as possible, even if this means speeding. People choosing to speed rarely think about the potentially fatal consequences. In an effort to bring more awareness to the issue, and prevent car accidents due to speeding, Mayor Bloomberg supported a bill to […]

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Brooklyn Protesters Want Answers After Alleged Police Misconduct

This past weekend members of the community came together in the Flatbush neighborhood in Brooklyn to protest the death of a 23-year-old woman killed by a police officer. Last week the woman was attempting to flee from officers in a stolen vehicle when she was fatally shot. Some suspect police misconduct is to blame for her […]

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Some Question NYPD’s Failure to Investigate Fatal Accidents

In a tragic Brooklyn accident, a woman was struck and killed by a car while walking with her husband. The husband is now bringing a lawsuit against the New York Police Department, which is raising larger questions about the NYPD’s accident investigation practices. The husband explained, “The New York Police Department is legally required to […]

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Brooklyn Contractor Cited for Fall Hazards After Fatal Collapse

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently cited a Brooklyn contractor for multiple safety violations following a structural collapse that proved fatal. The contractor, SP&K construction, was erecting a building in Brighton Beach when several floors collapsed. As concrete was being poured on the third and fourth floors, the front bays of the third […]

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Priests Received Payments Following Sexual Abuse Allegations

Being sexually abused by a trusted member of a church community is devastating, and can affect the rest of a victim’s life. Many of those impacted sexual abuse in the Catholic church were upset to recently hear that priests facing sexual abuse accusations received large payments to leave the priesthood. The Wall Street Journal reported […]

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