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    Why You Should Refer Your Personal Injury Case to Galfand Berger

    For over  75 years, Galfand Berger has helped people hurt because of automobile accidents, defective products, unsafe equipment and machinery, workplace and construction accidents, Workers’ Compensation claims, medical malpractice and any other serious personal injuries or accidents. Clients may come to your office with a potential personal injury (PI) case.  If you’re a l, and this is outside your practice[…]

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    Why Is Fall Driving Dangerous in Philadelphia?

    A common misconception is that winter poses the most hazards for drivers and others sharing the roads in Philadelphia. The reality is that fall brings unique driving hazards that are equally dangerous for various reasons. Wet leaves on roadways can be just as slippery as ice. Daylight saving time (DST) and earlier sunsets mean more[…]

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    Self-Driving Vehicles: Questions of Safety and Liability

    In the last 10 to 15 years, developers and automobile manufacturers worldwide have funneled nearly 100 billion dollars into the development of self-driving, or automated, vehicle technologies. Although many proponents claim that automated vehicles will significantly reduce roadway fatality and injury rates in addition to decreasing traffic congestion, the technology is still largely in its[…]

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    Why Are Car Accidents More Common in the Fall?

    Most people think winter is the most dangerous time of the year for car accidents. While winters in Pennsylvania come with inherent risks, the fall season contributes its own share of hazards to motorists and others on the road. It is also a time of year when the weather is unpredictable. Car accidents happen more[…]

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    New NHTSA Data Shows Highest Number of Traffic Deaths Since 2005

    According to the most recent projections from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, or NHTSA, an estimated 42,915 people died in traffic accidents in 2021. The agency’s projections represent not only a 10.5% increase from the 38,824 deaths that occurred the year before, but also the highest number of reported traffic fatalities since 2005. Motor[…]

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