Can I Cross a Solid Line on a Roadway?

Posted on May 10, 2022
Confusion over pavement markings can cause severe car accidents. In most cases, Pennsylvania drivers cannot cross a solid line unless it is accompanied by a broken line, which means a turn can be made. What are the Dangers of Crossing a Solid White Line? Other road users may not be able to anticipate your...
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Wrongful Deaths & Car Accidents in Pennsylvania

Posted on March 22, 2022
If a car accident is responsible for the death of a loved one, the at-fault party may be liable if the collision was caused due to a reckless, negligent, or intentional act. When that is the case, under Pennsylvania law, the surviving family members have the right to pursue a wrongful death claim.  A...
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Who Can Be Held Liable After a Truck Accident?

Posted on March 7, 2022
Determining who can be held liable after a truck accident is critical to recovering fair compensation. Although each case is unique, liability often falls on one or several of the following parties. The Truck Driver As common carriers, truck drivers are held to a greater duty of care for others’ safety than drivers of...
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Pain & Suffering Damages After a Car Accident

Posted on February 14, 2022
Pain and suffering damages refer to the compensation awarded for the physical pain and mental or emotional suffering experienced by someone injured in a car accident. They are a form of non-economic damages meant to reimburse victims for the adverse impact on their life rather than a direct financial loss. How are Pain and...
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What Are Consortium Damages?

Posted on December 6, 2021
Loss of consortium is a type of non-economic damages available in some injury or wrongful death cases. When an individual suffers a serious injury or untimely death, it will undoubtedly have a profound impact upon their family. Victims can suffer cognitive, emotional, or physical impairments that prevent them from participating in the family as...
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Should I File a Police Report After Being Involved in a Truck Accident?

Posted on December 6, 2021
Calling the police to come to the scene of a truck accident and file a report is often critical to proving fault. In fact, Pennsylvania law requires that you report a traffic accident any time someone is injured or killed. What If I Don't Think I'm Injured? Truck accidents are typically devastating and can...
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