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Blog Posts in April, 2016

  • Examining the Risks Involved with Texting While Driving

    Texting has long been incorporated into the everyday lives of people both in Pottsville and throughout the rest of the U.S. In fact, according to Department of Transportation’s website Distraction.gov, research from late 2014 showed that Americans send an average of 169.3 billion text messages each month. With texting becoming such a routine activity, it is little wonder that many have begun to ...
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  • Driving Too Fast for Conditions Likely Cause of Semi Accident

    It may be common knowledge amongst drivers in Pottsville that special care should be taken when driving in certain conditions. Rain, snow, fog, and even high-speed winds can cause drivers to lose control while on the road. One can only imagine that if such conditions make driving difficult for those operating normal vehicles, how much more difficult must it be for truck drivers? Their vehicles are ...
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  • How Bad Can a Back Injury Be?

    Given the lack of protection you get from your motorcycle in an accident, most in Pottsville may think your chances of walking away from such an event to be fairly slim. However, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were 88,000 motorcycle accident injuries in the U.S. in 2013 as opposed to only 4,668 fatalities. Thus, if you are able to emerge from an accident ...
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  • Examining the Issue of Driving While Medicated

    Many of the clients that we here at The Law Offices of Anthony Urban, P.C. assist who have been involved in car accidents in Pottsville often believe the drivers that hit them were impaired. If you have been involved in accident caused by the unexplained reckless of driving of another, you should remember that alcohol and illicit drugs are not the only agents of impairment. Over-the-counter and ...
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