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Car accidents: 1 dead, several injured in Pennsylvania

A three-car crash has left a man dead and sent several other people, including three children, to local hospitals. Pennsylvania authorities in Pittsburgh confirmed that three cars were involved in the crash. As with most car accidents, this incident is still under investigation. So far, no charges have been filed in connection with the case.

One Penn. county seeing sharp increase in fatal car accidents

There are millions of drivers that travel Pennsylvania roads and highways each day. Certainly, everyone driving or riding in a vehicle hopes to arrive at their destinations safely. Officials were pleased to report recently that the number of fatal car accidents was at an historic low for the state. However, one county is not observing the same trend.

Car accidents: Woman dead after car strikes her home

Most Pennsylvania residents are sleeping soundly in their beds around midnight on most evenings. They feel safe and secure in the confines of their own homes as they retire for the night. Unfortunately, car accidents can occur at any time of the day. One unusual crash recently claimed the life of a Montgomery County woman as she slept in her bed.

Increasingly crowded roadways make car accidents inevitable

Roadways across the state of Pennsylvania are more crowded than ever before. Getting behind the wheel of a motor vehicle is becoming more and more dangerous due to the sheer number of vehicles sharing the same space. These days, drivers face a myriad of unique distractions that can take focus off of the road. High traffic volumes combined with distracted or reckless drivers make car accidents almost inevitable. Many accidents are just minor fender-benders, but some accidents can be fatal.

Car accidents are increasing across Pennsylvania

Navigating congested roadways can be one of the most dangerous tasks in the daily lives of Pennsylvania citizens. Statistics say that car accidents are one of the leading causes of death in the United States. More vehicles than ever before are sharing already crowded roads across the state. Combine this with an increasing amount of modern-day distractions and accidents become almost inevitable. 

Car accidents: Teacher dead after multi-car accident

Monday mornings are typically a whirlwind of activity for many Pennsylvania residents. Many are on the road early as they head to work or school. Unfortunately, car accidents are not uncommon during this time of day due to the number of travelers and vehicles. A recent crash claimed the life of a teacher on her way to start her week of work at school.

Car accidents: Several injured in Pennsylvania wreck

Police say charges can be expected in the case of a collision in Rayburn on Jan. 18. Pennsylvania authorities are still investigating the crash, but they say an 18-year-old male driver could stand to be charged for his material contribution to the crash. As with most car accidents resulting in injuries, state law also allows for the possibility of the victims filing personal injury lawsuits in civil court. 

We understand how important compensation is after car accidents

No matter how safely you drive, there is nothing that can truly protect you from a negligent or dangerous driver. Car accidents can have a profound impact on Pennsylvania victims' lives, leaving many with serious and even permanent injuries that require ongoing medical treatment. When seeking compensation for these injuries, it is important to have the right kind of support along the way.

Pennsylvania car accidents: When rideshare passengers are injured

Pennsylvania, like most other states, has seen an increase in rideshare services over the last few years. While it can be a stress-free way to enjoy a night out or simply get from point A to point B, car accidents that involve rideshare vehicles are on the rise. If one is injured while a passenger in a rideshare car, can one seek compensation?

Pennsylvania car accidents: Arrest made in hit-and-run collision

Law enforcement authorities in Pennsylvania arrested the individual they believe is responsible for a school bus crash that left 14 people injured. This accident happened May 17, in Lancaster County. When hit-and-run car accidents occur, victims may be left feeling that they are without legal recourse. However, in this case, as the individual thought responsible was found, they may now pursue claims for monetary damages.

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