Property Damage & Car Accidents in Pennsylvania

Posted on May 10, 2022
If your car is damaged in a collision in Pennsylvania, you are entitled to recover compensation for its repair or replacement. Although not all accidents are reportable by law, filing an accident report may still be beneficial even if you sustained minor property damage and no injuries. Is There a Minimum Amount of Damage...
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What Are The Dangers of Overloaded Vehicles?

Posted on March 7, 2022
Overloading a vehicle, especially a large truck, puts the driver and others on the road at risk. Here are the potential dangers.  Do Overloaded Vehicles Contribute to Car Accidents? Vehicles have weight limits because an excess load can seriously impinge on performance and cause the following issues:  Steering Difficulty: Overloaded vehicles are unstable and...
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How Can a Car Accident Police Report Help?

Posted on February 14, 2022
After a car accident, a police report can be critical to proving fault and obtaining compensation. Even if you have no-fault insurance, a report can help prove damages and provide grounds for additional legal action against at-fault drivers if the collision was severe. How Do Insurance Companies Use Police Reports? Whether it is your...
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Can a Car Accident Attorney Help Me Secure More Compensation?

Posted on February 14, 2022
Generally speaking, a car accident attorney can help you recover more compensation than going through the claims process alone. Surveys have discovered that injury victims with representation often recover two to three times more, even after lawyer fees. Why an Attorney Can Secure More Compensation Although a lawyer cannot guarantee a favorable outcome, the...
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Who Is at Fault in a Car Accident Changing Lanes?

Posted on February 22, 2019
When you’re driving, you must always be vigilant of your surroundings and respond appropriately to avoid car accidents. However, some causes of accidents can be out of your control – especially when someone makes an unsafe lane change. In an instant, you can suffer severe injuries, extensive property damage, and experience additional losses, such...
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Is Pennsylvania a No Fault State?

Posted on January 30, 2019
Fault and no-fault car insurance laws refer to a state’s rules for how an accident victim must handle the claims-filing process. Most states practice fault-based laws, but 13 states mandate no-fault insurance policies. Pennsylvania is unique in that it is neither a fault nor a no-fault state. It instead classifies as a choice, or...
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