Schuylkill County Injury & Disability Law Firm






We Provide Individualized Care & Personalized Legal Solutions

Blog Posts in August, 2013

  • Pedestrian killed after Jason Aldean concert on Montage Mountain

    Festivals, carnivals and other public events can often bring out large crowds of people to a site. When a festive atmosphere is a part of an event, the risk of an accident seems to rise. Police say that a man was killed Sunday night when people were beginning to leave after a Jason Aldean concert on Montage Mountain. Authorities say that the man, a 33-year-old Dunmore resident, was walking when he ...
    Continue Reading
  • Man sitting in his living room struck by SUV in Schuylkill County

    A man sitting in his living room was struck by a vehicle in Schuylkill County Tuesday morning. Normally when one thinks about a motor vehicle crash involving injuries, the last thing that most people might think is that an accident victim was sitting in the safety of his or her own living room. But, authorities say that the driver of a sport utility vehicle lost control on Route 61 around 7:35 ...
    Continue Reading
  • Man on riding lawn mower killed in Hamilton Township crash

    Drivers or passengers in a motor vehicle that is rear ended by another vehicle can suffer a wide variety of injuries. When the concept of a rear-end crash comes up, many people in Pottsville may conjure images of a wreck at an intersection where one driver fails to slow for a stopped car. A highway wreck can involve a rear-end collision in traffic jams, or when a driver is simply speeding. Any of ...
    Continue Reading
  • Van being towed on I-81 detaches near Pine Grove injuring woman

    The potential causes of motor vehicle accidents may seem endless at times. Generally, we as a culture may believe that driver error in navigating a curve, mechanical error and other similar issues are involved in creating an accident. These ideas may commonly be true, but drunk driving, distractions behind the wheel and similar safety problems seem to make the news on a frequent basis. But, ...
    Continue Reading
Page 1 of 1