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June 2018 Archives

Helping victims of truck accidents seek what they deserve

Almost anyone who has driven on Pennsylvania roads has encountered tractor-trailers while driving. They are a vital part of commerce in Pennsylvania and drive on almost any type of road to get to their destinations. Semi-trucks are much larger than the other vehicles on the road and can be intimidating to drive next to. This is why it is so important that the trucks are driven safely and in proper working order. When semi-trucks are involved in truck accidents, they can cause severe injuries to the others involved.

Weekly payouts for workers' compensation in Pennsylvania

Each type of job in Pennsylvania has its own set of demands and job requirements. Some jobs require long periods of sitting down in front of a computer and are relatively safe. However, there are many other types of jobs that require significant physical demands and the use of heavy machinery. Others require exposure to various toxic chemicals or hazardous materials. These types of jobs have more inherent risks involved and more workers are injured while working.

Police say motorcyclist killed by trucker watching Steelers game

Smartphones are very common in Pennsylvania and many people own them. They have made life much more convenient and allow people to communicate much easier. However, this convenience can be very dangerous while people are driving. If people are texting, reading emails, checking their GPS, looking at a website or doing many other things, they are not watching the road and could easily cause an accident.

Whiplash from a car accident can cause significant problems

There are many things that in a driver's control while they are driving in Pennsylvania. They can control their speed, their brakes, checking blind spots, signaling turns, obeying traffic signals and simply paying attention to the road. However, there are dangers on the road they cannot control. That is the actions of the other drivers on the road. People who are driving perfectly can still end up in a car accident because another driver did something wrong.

Tell teens it's okay to be basic: technology and driving

When you first learned to drive, cars seemed pretty basic. Your parent's car had crank windows. You remember when cassette tape players and flipping through static-laden radio stations were your options for music. Your parents kept a book of maps in the car and stopped to ask for directions if they needed them.

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