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Upcoming Change in Federal Regulation May Allow Larger Double Trailers on US Highways

By Dupée & Monroe, P.C. |

In a rider to a bill funding the US Department of Transportation, several federal regulations on commercial trucking have been changed in ways that could be both safety improvements and possible hazards. The appropriations bill has been approved by the committee of the US Senate that oversees the Department of Transportation, after a similar… Read More »

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Three Teens Die in Driver’s Education Car Crash

By Dupée & Monroe, P.C. |

A tragic accident has taken the lives of three local Orange County teenagers. The Goshen High School students were in a 2007 Chevrolet Malibu, taking a driver’s education course with the Middletown-based Decat Driving School. There were four students and one instructor in the car, with one of the teen students driving the car… Read More »

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Wrongful Death of Middletown Woman Prompts Legislation Against Negligent Drivers

By Dupée & Monroe, P.C. |

After Teresita Solano was struck and killed in 2012 by a motorist driving under a suspended license, her sister, Evangeline Papp, was shocked that the driver, who had eight suspensions on his license, was able to plead guilty to a misdemeanor offense of Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle and was punished with… Read More »

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Summer Vacation Means More Teen Drivers on the Road, More Car Crashes

By Dupée & Monroe, P.C. |

Automobile crashes are the number one cause of death for teens aged 16-20 in New York, and teenagers are at a higher risk for being involved in car wrecks than any other age group. While school is out for the summer, more teens are on the road at all hours of the day, increasing… Read More »

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