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Taxi Accidents – New York City Law Firm Fighting For Injury Victims

Manhattan taxi accident lawyer Jonathan C. Reiter holds drivers, taxi companies accountable

New York taxi accidents often result in severe injuries and sometimes even fatalities. If you or a loved one was hurt or killed in a taxi accident, contact New York City taxi accident law firm Jonathan C. Reiter Law Firm, PLLC. We can work with you and help you get your life back on track.

Located in Manhattan and serving injury victims and their families throughout New York, Jonathan C. Reiter and his fellow lawyers have years of experience handling such complicated mass transit accidents. We know how to research such cases, and we know how to win.

Taxi accidents are unique. Unlike many typical car accidents, it’s not just the driver you have to deal with after a taxi accident. You need to deal with the company that employs the driver as well as the insurance company. You don’t have to handle these claims on your own. Contact us. We can help. We also have experience investigating accidents involving:

  • Unlicensed taxis or so-called “gypsy cabs”
  • Limousines
  • Commuter vans
  • Airport shuttles
  • Hotel shuttle services

What are the common causes of taxi accidents in New York?

Taxi accidents happen for many reasons. Some of the most common causes include:

  • Speeding taxi drivers
  • Distracted taxi drivers
  • Inexperienced taxi drivers
  • Poor vehicle maintenance

What should I do if I’m a passenger injured in a New York taxi accident?

We recommend taking the following steps if you’re a victim of a taxi accident in New York City:

  • Call the police –Having a police officer at your accident will create an official police report, documentation that could be critical support for your claim.
  • Seek immediate medical attention – Even if you feel fine, make sure you have a doctor or another medical professional evaluate you. Don’t take chances with your health.
  • Gather evidence – If you’re healthy enough, write down any important information, including the taxi driver’s full name, license number, cab number and the exact time and location of your accident.
  • Take photographs – Take photos of the accident scene, your injuries, lighting conditions and weather conditions. Every detail matters.
  • Talk to witnesses – Talk to people who saw your taxi cab accident and make sure to get their full names, addresses and phone numbers so they can be reached later if necessary.
  • Contact a lawyer – Our experienced taxi accident attorneys can help you every step of the way, including investigating your accident and taking any legal action if necessary, including filing a personal injury lawsuit against the taxi cab company.

What should I do if a taxi hits me in New York?

Follow the same steps listed above. You can also learn more on our webpage devoted to pedestrian accidents. Our New York pedestrian accident attorneys have handled numerous cases involving taxis and know how to get results.

Who investigates New York City taxi accidents?

The New York City Police Department and the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) investigate accidents involve taxis in New York City.

No matter who’s investigating your accident, it’s important to have someone on your side familiar with taxi accidents looking out for your best interests. That’s why people throughout New York City regularly hire us. We have years of experience, thoroughly understand New York’s transportation laws and consistently deliver results.

Why should I hire New York City taxi accident lawyer Jonathan C. Reiter?

Many attorneys talk about what they can do for clients. We simply let our case results speak for themselves. Our lawyers have helped injury victims and the families of people killed in taxi accidents and other serious accidents recover more than $250 million in verdicts and settlements.

This money serves a vital purpose. Such sizable financial awards allow injury victims and affected families to cover all the expenses associated with such accidents – medical expenses, physical therapy, lost income, lost future income and sadly in some cases, funeral expenses.

We take our job seriously. We know that the work we do today will enable people to live their lives with dignity. It’s not just about the money. It’s about holding reckless drivers responsible for their actions. It’s about justice.

We work relentlessly for clients. Discover what we can do for you. Contact us.

Complicated cases demand experienced attorneys. There’s no room for error when you’re tackling a tough case. That’s why it’s critical you contact New York City personal injury lawyer Jonathan C. Reiter as soon as possible.

Attorney Reiter and his team of attorneys and legal professionals have won a wide range of cases for clients throughout the country and around the world. We consistently secure large verdicts and settlements for one simple reason: we work relentlessly for our clients.

Put the power of a dedicated, results-driven law firm to work for you. Contact us. Call (212) 736-0979 and schedule a free consultation at our office in The Empire State Building. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

New York personal injury law firm Jonathan C. Reiter Law Firm, PLLC – we make things right.

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Manhattan Medical Malpractice Info Center

Lenox Hill Hospital

A 652-bed teaching hospital, Lenox Hill Hospital is located in the Lenox Hill neighborhood at 100 E. 77th Street. This 652-bed on the Upper East Side of Manhattan serves mostly patients from Manhattan, but other patients are admitted from Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Long Island and throughout the tri-state region. Anyone who suspects negligence after treatment should speak with an experienced attorney immediately.

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Bellevue Hospital Center

Bellevue Hospital Center at 462 1st Avenue has 828 beds and experiences 115,797 emergency room visits each year. Bellevue had a higher rate of infections compared to hospitals in other states, according to a New York State Department of Health Report in 2009. Anyone who is injured by the negligence of a doctor or nurse at this Manhattan hospital, the oldest in the United States, will need an experienced attorney with experience and resources needed to take aggressive action.

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New York Presbyterian-Lower Manhattan Hospital

Lower Manhattan Hospital at 170 William Street in New York is one of the main campuses of New York-Presbyterian Hospital. This hospital, with 170 beds, provides a range of inpatient and outpatient services. According to an article in the New York Post, New York-Presbyterian scored 18 percent below average for patient safety in a ranking of hospitals by Consumer Reports magazine. Patients who suspect medical malpractice should not hesitate to arrange a consultation with a New York City attorney who can investigate and hold the negligent medical care provider accountable.

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Mount Sinai Beth Israel

The main hospital known as the Petrie Division is located at First Avenue and 16th Street. But Mount Sinai Beth Israel has other campuses, including Phillips Ambulatory Care Center at Union Square. Mount Sinai Beth Israel is a teaching hospital with 1,368 beds. If you suffered any form of negligence while being treated at Mount Sinai Beth Israel, take action immediately to protect your rights.

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Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center at 1275 York Avenue in Manhattan provides cancer care to patients. The hospital is composed of two institutions: Memorial Hospital for Cancer and Allied Diseases, which provides patient care, and the Sloan Kettering Institute, which is focused on research. Patients who suspect a failure to diagnose cancer or some other type of hospital negligence can contact a lawyer to discuss options.

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Mount Sinai Hospital

Mount Sinai Hospital at One Gustave L. Levy Place is a 1,048-bed facility founded in 1852. It is one of the oldest and largest teaching hospitals in the country. Consumer Reports rated Mount Sinai 31 percent below average for patient safety. If you or a loved one was a victim of medical malpractice at any Manhattan hospital, don’t wait to contact an attorney to find out if you have a case. You may be entitled to compensation.

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St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center

St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center at 1111 Amsterdam Avenue was ranked No. 14 out of the 30 worst hospitals for patient safety, as identified by Consumer Reports. The magazine examined four key measures of patient safety: hospital-acquired infections, readmissions and the quality of communication between staff and patients in regard to medications and discharge planning.

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New York-Presbyterian/ Columbia University Medical Center

New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center at 630 West 168th Street was described by a lawmaker as having “horrendous conditions.” Emergency room wait times last an average of 85 minutes, which rank among New York’s 10 worst. Any patient who was treated at the 995-bed hospital in Washington Heights and suspects negligence should not hesitate to speak with an attorney for a free consultation.

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Harlem Hospital Center

Harlem Hospital Center at 506 Malcolm X Blvd. received a 20 on a 1-to-100 scale gauging patient safety by Consumer Reports. The hospital received the second worst score in the nation, according to a New York Post report. Harlem Hospital told Consumer Reports it needs to improve in some areas, according to the Post. The hospital is a general medical and surgical hospital with 272 beds.