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The Best Ideas to Avoid Crashes by Sharing the Road

For practical purposes, drivers must have a greater awareness of the presence of bicyclists, pedestrians and motorcyclists on our roadways. Sadly, this does not always happen. In 2017, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, accidents involving vehicles claimed the lives of: 783 bicyclists 5,977 pedestrians 5,172 motorcyclists For drivers, the Pennsylvania Department of...

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What to do if you’re in a crash with a driver who failed to yield

Yielding the right-of-way to other road users is not only a courteous and effective way to prevent a crash, it’s required by law in Pennsylvania. Right-of-way laws aren’t necessarily intended to grant the right-of-way to drivers, but rather, to regulate the flow of traffic and promote road safety. They apply to all road users, including...

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Pennsylvania Attorneys Discuss Wheel Runoff Accidents

When a wheel fails, it can pose a sudden danger to a moving vehicle and others using the road. Accidents, where a wheel comes off the vehicle, are called wheel runoff accidents. They are often catastrophic and fatal, but generally preventable. A Matter of Torque After an accident, information is often gathered through a forensic...

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Philadelphia Attorneys Discuss the Severity of Traumatic Brain Injuries After Auto Accidents

If you were injured in an auto accident, you may have sustained a bump on the head or may have even have lost consciousness. Perhaps you thought you were able to “walk it off afterwards.” However, when the impact from a car accident results in a traumatic brain injury (TBI), your condition should not be taken lightly.   A TBI happens when your...

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Holiday Driving Auto Accident Risks in Philadelphia: Our Attorneys Discuss

The holidays are approaching and many people in greater Philadelphia will be celebrating and traveling. However, the likelihood of being involved in an auto accident increases this time of year. The roadway risks aren’t just associated with the shorter days and increase in winter-weather conditions. It’s the risky behavior many drivers engage in around the...

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What Philadelphia Drivers Should Know About BAC Standard And Drunk Driving Accidents

People who drink and drive may be aware of the consequences of their actions, yet many of them do it anyway. While law enforcement officers work hard to keep drunk drivers off the road, many of them go undetected, potentially putting someone’s life at risk.  One of the deadliest holidays for drunk driving is just...

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Back to School Road Safety for Philadelphia Pedestrians and Bicyclists

School has started, and that means more children walking or riding their bikes to and from class.  As we all adjust to the school year and prepare for the changing weather and the coming winter, it is important we do our part to keep everyone on the road, especially our youngest travelers, safe.  Tips for Drivers The...

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What To Do After A Pennsylvania Car Accident

A car accident is a traumatic experience. In the moments during and after an accident, it is natural to feel overwhelmed and confused about how to handle the situation. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to file a claim. This month, we would like to offer a brief review of the timeline for responding...

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