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4 Signs Your Elderly Relative Should Quit Driving

Having a conversation with an elderly relative about their driving isn’t always easy. The conversion can be awkward because they are an independent person. Getting older doesn’t automatically mean they have to stop driving. Seniors can maintain their independence, cultivate an active lifestyle, and sustain relationships with loved ones. However, as they get older, their age may make it harder for Read More >>

Beware the Insurance Company Three D’s: Delay, Deny, Defend

When you buy insurance, you’re buying security. In exchange for your hard-earned dollars, you trust the insurance company to be there when disaster strikes, to shoulder a potentially devastating financial burden. But too many insurance companies care more about profits than policyholders. They employ shady tactics to keep from paying legitimate claims, a practice we call The Three D’s. Click Read More >>

April Is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

Distracted Driving Still on the Rise, Especially Among Teens According to AAA, Americans drive the fewest miles during the winter months. Once April rolls around and the sun shines a bit brighter, the mileage goes up as we shake off the winter doldrums. More miles behind the wheel also means there are more chances to become distracted. And unfortunately, those distractions ? like texting, Read More >>

10 Tips for Reviewing Your Insurance Policy

Will Your Auto Insurance Be There When It Matters Most? Chances are one in 50 you will be involved in a car accident this year… or almost guaranteed during your lifetime. You will then dig out that annoying auto insurance renewal statement you’ve been ignoring every year, confident that you have “full coverage.” But that’s when many people realize that the “full coverage” they thought they had Read More >>

Check to See If Your Car Is on the List

Auto Safety Crisis Spurs Record Year of Recalls A decade-long ignition-switch defect in millions of General Motors vehicles helped launch a record 2014 for automakers for all the wrong reasons. Auto companies issued more recalls involving older models than ever before, covering 60 million vehicles. That adds up to roughly 700 recall announcements in total – an average of two a day – affecting one Read More >>


On April 16, 2014 a Nassau County jury found cement truck driver Raymond Ragen guilty of manslaughter and assault in connection with a crash in Locust Valley, New York in 2012. Jorge Guevara was 45 years old and the father of four children when the school bus he was operating taking autistic children home from summer camp was struck by a cement truck operated by Raymond Ragen.  Ragen was Read More >>

Cement Trucker Charged With School Bus Driver’s Death

This action arises out of a fatal motor vehicle collision that occurred on July 23, 2012.  On that day a cement truck operated by defendant Raymond Ragen struck a Long Island Railroad overpass on Oyster Bay Road in Locust Valley, New York. The cement truck was an oversized vehicle that could not clear the overpass and should not have attempted to do so.  After striking the overpass the cement Read More >>

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