Bronx Accident Lawyers HERMAN & HERMAN LAW FIRM PC report explains - Auto accidents may happen for any reason in the Bronx. The leading causes of road accidents in the Bronx include driver inattention/distraction, failure to yield right of way, backing unsafely, loss of consciousness, turning improperly, driver inexperience, and weather conditions.
The Bronx had 14.1% of all accidents in New York City, with a total of 31,372 from 2014 to 2015. Almost 30% of all car accidents reported resulted in some sort of injury to a passenger in a car.
The Bronx intersections that have the most collisions are Bruckner Blvd. and Hunts Point Avenue, Bruckner Blvd. and East 138th Street, East 233rd Street & White Plains Road, Eastchester Road, and Waters Place and Bainbridge Avenue and East Gun Hill Road.
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