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April 2017 Archives

3 things to consider before accepting a trucking insurance settlement

If you or your loved one is in a truck accident, the chances are good there are serious injuries or even deaths to cope with. In fact, according to the statistics from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, in 2015, over 20 percent of trucking accidents resulted in injuries and/or fatalities. Therefore, it is critical that victims and their families understand their rights and options regarding compensation.

Examining economic, noneconomic damages suffered in a car crash

When people think of damage done in a car crash, they often think first of the damage to a vehicle. They think of broken bumpers, crushed frames and flattened front ends. However, your car is not the only thing that is damaged in a collision. In fact, the property damage may be the least of your concerns.

Truck accidents: Your questions answered

You have seen them on the highway, hauling their loads between construction sites or distribution centers. You have lost count of the number of times you have had to dodge tractor-trailers that have changed lanes without thoroughly checking their blind spots. Accidents that involve large commercial trucks can often have tragic consequences. This is one of the reasons why the government regulates the trucking industry.

Spring cleaning property: Small ways to avoid big accidents

Property owners across Pennsylvania are more than ready to be done with the shoveling and deicing that comes with winter weather. With spring in full swing, home and business owners are opening windows and doors, spending time outside and generally taking advantage of the nicer weather.

Motorcyclists: Don't ignore your legal options after a crash

Motorcyclists are typically not people who shy away from a little risk. In fact, if you are a rider, chances are you appreciate a little bit of a thrill and danger. However, this excitement-seeking nature does not mean that a person is reckless or immune to injuries suffered in an accident.

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