Pedestrian Taxi Accident Injuries
Contact Our Experienced New York Pedestrian Accident Lawyers
There are over 13,000 taxis operating in New York City. While many New Yorkers depend heavily on taxis for transportation, they are often subject to injuries caused by negligent taxi drivers. Every year many individuals are injured by taxi drivers while walking, biking, or riding in the taxi. Injuries can include fractures, broken bones, loss of limbs, or even death.
The New York pedestrian accident attorneys at Rheingold Giuffra Ruffo & Plotkin LLP will act quickly to find who is at fault and make sure every action necessary is taken so that the responsible parties will take care of your coverage and compensation. If you have been injured in a taxi accident, speak with an experienced attorney at our firm today.
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Taxi Drivers & Negligence
We trust that taxi drivers are experienced, knowledgeable, and cautious drivers when we step into a taxi cab—and the truth is that many of them are. However, this is not always the case, and dense, urban areas like New York City provide ample opportunity for reckless or negligent drivers to inflict serious harm on others.
Injuries are caused by taxi drivers who negligently:
- Fail to yield to crossing pedestrians
- Driving recklessly and speeding over the limits
- Are under the influence alcohol and illegal drugs
- Drive through red lights and stop signs
If you believe that any of these actions contributed to your taxi pedestrian accident, our firm can help you. For more than 50 years, our lawyers have fought beside clients who have been injured and wronged and, over that time, have recovered millions of dollars in relief on their behalf.
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