The Erie area's notorious winter weather presents a host of driving challenges for any driver, but especially for those who operate large semi-trucks. Any large, heavy vehicle requires a longer stopping time than smaller, lighter vehicles, but allowing more time for stopping is just one among many safety precautions that truck drivers must take during the winter months. In order to prioritize safety and avoid
When a resident of Erie or the surrounding areas is injured in a motorcycle accident, there is usually a variety of damages that stem from the crash. Of course, there are the injuries themselves and the corresponding medical expenses, but there are often many more damages that accident victims may not realize until it's too late to seek compensation.
Most Erie residents will likely never find themselves in a situation where they have to dial 911. Upon doing so, callers are generally frightened and confused but nonetheless reassured that help is on its way. In a recent case out of Pennsylvania, though, the connection between a delayed response to a 911 call and the death of a 52-year-old woman has led to a wrongful death lawsuit.
Pennsylvanians who have been driving for years would likely agree that experience is a major safeguard against car accidents. From commercial vehicle accidents to