Queens, NY – Car Crash with Injuries at 105th Ave & Merrick Blvd

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Queens, NY - Car Crash with Injuries at 105th Ave & Merrick Blvd

Queens, NY (March 23, 2024) – On Saturday, March 23, there were reported injuries in the aftermath of a vehicle collision in the Queens area. Early that morning at around 7:47 a.m., the crash was first reported at the crossing of 105th Avenue and Merrick Boulevard. Emergency responders were quickly dispatched in order to render the necessary aid. 

At this time, the severity of the resulting injuries has not been determined. The crash victims were treated at the scene before being transferred to a local hospital for additional treatment. No updates on the conditions of the involved parties have been provided. Local authorities advised nearby motorists to avoid the scene and to prepare for significant delays while emergency responders were present. No further information on the accident is currently available. An ongoing investigation into the cause of the accident is being managed by local law enforcement officials. 

Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.

New York Distracted Driving Crashes

Queens, NY - Car Crash with Injuries at 105th Ave & Merrick BlvdYou can never control the actions of another driver on the road. Distracted driving has quickly become one of the leading causes of serious car accidents nationwide. In New York, drivers routinely look down at their phones while stopped at traffic lights, stop signs, or even when driving. More than 3,000 people are killed by distracted drivers in the United States, with many more suffering life-long and serious injuries. Statistics show that drivers who are distracted have their eyes off the road nearly 10 percent of the time. Texting while driving has become rampant in New York, and you can easily travel the length of a football field in the time it takes to send a single text when traveling at highway speeds. 

Your very way of life can be on the line after a serious auto accident. You can quickly become overwhelmed as you try to handle your case alone. With the help of a qualified Queens car crash lawyer, you will be in a better situation to pursue the full value of your claim. Contact the offices of Isaacson, Schiowitz & Korson LLP today at (516) 774-3635. 

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Disclaimers: To promote safety and prevent tragic accidents, we urge individuals in our community to drive slowly and cautiously. This news article is not intended as a solicitation for business. Any information provided should not be considered professional medical or legal advice. Additionally, please note that the photo used in this post is not from the location of the collision.

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