A car accident is one of the most traumatic events you could possibly experience. Whether you or a loved one suffered harm, the pain caused by a serious car accident can persist for many years after the initial crash. For individuals who survive a car accident, they may suffer life-altering injuries that severely reduce their … Continue reading
Category: Auto Accidents
When you are hurt by the negligence of another driver, it is important for you to know your rights when it comes to auto accidents. These stories can help.
What to Do After a Car Accident That Is Not Your Fault
We understand how stressful a car accident can be for you and your family. Below, we cover important steps you can take after a car accident that could help you later. Leaving the Scene of an Accident in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania car accident laws make it illegal to leave the scene of a car accident. It … Continue reading
Do Pennsylvania Laws Need to Be Harder on People Who Text While Driving?
One of the most dangerous things you can do on the road is texting while driving. So, why doesn’t our state do more to discourage it? Recent reports suggest Pennsylvania is lagging behind other states when it comes to distracted driving safety. Is there anything we can do to get back on track? Why Is … Continue reading
Should Uber Be Allowed to Restart Self-Driving Vehicle Tests in Pennsylvania?
Over eight months ago, a self-driving vehicle struck a pedestrian as she walked her bike across the street in Tempe, Arizona. Her injuries proved fatal, but her passing left a mark on the autonomous vehicle industry. Uber brought its self-driving vehicle program to a halt, including its vehicle testing here in Pennsylvania. The company said … Continue reading
What You Need to Know About Driving During Thanksgiving
AAA predicted that 50.9 million Americans would travel at least 50 miles for Thanksgiving in 2017. It was a record-breaking number, and 2018 may be on track to break that record. A good economy and job market may usher in an even more active holiday season. But that could also be bad news for Pennsylvania … Continue reading