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Blog Posts in May, 2014

  • Alcohol may have played role in Pennsylvania car accident

    Drunkenness is an obvious impairment on judgment and motor skills, and this causes many avoidable car accidents each year in Pennsylvania. It is very difficult to defend the actions of any drunk driver, because the negligence by such an individual puts others on the roads, as well as pedestrians and cyclists near the roads, at extreme risk. When police either find or are informed about someone ...
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  • Pennsylvania truck accident leaves three dead along I-78

    According to Pennsylvania Department of Transportation statistics, an eight-mile section of I-78 east of Exit 40 is one of the deadliest stretches of highway in the state. In fact, 40 percent more fatal accidents happen on that portion of I-78 than on other state highways. Even non-fatal car crashes happen at a rate of more than 70 percent higher along that stretch of road. A recent truck accident ...
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  • Pennsylvania Supreme Court to address limit on government damages

    The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently heard arguments on the question of whether school districts should have limited immunity from lawsuits. The case involves a 2007 accident, in which a 17-year-old high school student was hit by a school bus while walking. Her pedestrian accident injuries included severe damage to her pelvic area and leg injuries, which required the partial amputation of her ...
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  • Man faces charges after wife's motorcycle accident death

    In Pennsylvania, and elsewhere, motorcycles seem to be one of the first signs of spring. When the weather warms up after a long, cold winter, motorcycle enthusiasts everywhere head for the open roads. Motorcyclists face enough danger from other drivers who are not paying close enough attention to the road, or even those who are drinking. Riders who themselves add to those ever-present risks by ...
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