Archives for February 2023
What Does “Yield the Right of Way” Mean?
People learning to drive often hear about the concept of yielding the right of way. But what exactly does it mean to yield the right of way? Right-of-way rules help prevent collisions between approaching vehicles and maintain the traffic flow....Learn More
How Long Does It Take to Get a Settlement Check from a Car Accident in New York?
In New York, drivers and passengers may have several potential avenues for recovering compensation following a car accident. State law requires automobile owners to have a Personal Injury Protection (PIP) policy as part of their auto insurance coverage. Your PIP...Learn More
Should You Call the Police After a Fender Bender?
Fender benders are common accidents in New York City. While you may think it’s unnecessary to involve the police after a minor accident, it is in your best interest to report the accident to the police. By calling the police...Learn More
Is It Illegal To Pass On The Right in New York?
It depends, the rule of thumb when driving is that you do not pass on the right, but in some circumstances, it is perfectly legal to pass on the right in New York. Some will argue that it is safer...Learn More
How To Get Compensation for Pain and Suffering in New York
If your insurance claim after a car accident in New York progresses to the point of a personal injury lawsuit, you may seek compensation, or damages, for your pain and suffering after the accident. This could be a considerable amount...Learn More
Why Driving At Night Is So Dangerous
After Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, Nov. 6, many New Yorkers will find themselves spending more time driving in the dark. As nighttime driving increases, we brace for an increase in car, truck, and motorcycle accidents in Queens, NY....Learn More
Renew Queens LIC
The Tadchiev Law Firm, P.C. is proud to sponsor Renew Queens LIC. Renew Queens LIC envision a community that empowers a movement of neighborhood leaders of all ages who are equipped holistically with skills needed to succeed in life. They...Learn More
Liability For Backover Accident
Vehicles often hit pedestrians or bicyclists, while the driver is backing out of a driveway, alley, or parking lot in Queens, N.Y. Backover accidents usually occur at low speeds. But they can still cause serious injuries or fatal injuries. The...Learn More
Is New York a No-Fault State?
New York requires automobile owners to have no-fault car insurance. As part of their auto insurance, each driver in New York must carry Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage which pays for medical expenses up to the limits of the policy....Learn More
How to Maximize Your Car Accident Case Value
If you have been injured in a car accident in Queens that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to seek compensation for medical expenses, lost income, and more. Maximizing the value of your car accident case starts with understanding...Learn More