According to statistics reported by the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, one in eight women in the United States will eventually face a breast cancer diagnosis at some point in her lifetime.
With more and more people turning to bikes as their primary form of transportation, cycling is as popular as ever in New York City. And given the number of bikes on NYC roadways today, it is a good idea for cyclists to review some of the many laws that may apply to them — especially that laws that outline their rights and responsibilities.
Whether you live in an apartment building, condominium, townhouse or any other type of multifamily residential building, fire safety is extremely important. After all, just a single fire in any of the units can put everyone in the building at risk, which is why multifamily building fires can be so dangerous.
Unlike those traveling in motor vehicles, bicyclists don't have seatbelts or airbags to protect them if they are ever in an accident. This is one reason why bike accidents can be so devastating.
Even though most people know that construction work in New York City is dangerous -- particularly for those working around large machinery or high atop scaffolding -- many don't realize just how deadly it can be.