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  • Category: Car Accident

    Is Your Teen Driver Ready for a Safe School Year?

    Students across Pennsylvania are getting ready to go back to school, including teen drivers. Many high school students are excited to be driving themselves to school for the first time. A new school year brings many changes and challenges, but ensuring student drivers are safe on the road should be a priority. If you are[…]

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    Labor Day Safety: Please Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

    Millions of Americans are gearing up to celebrate Labor Day, which is less than two weeks away – but before getting too wrapped up in your plans, remember that safety needs to be the number one priority. As a reminder to us all, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently launched its annual “Drive[…]

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    What Are the Dram Shop Laws in Pennsylvania?

    Dram shop laws allow victims and their families to file claims against bars, restaurants, and others for injuries sustained in DUI accidents and other incidents after the negligent service of alcohol. Pennsylvania’s dram shop laws hold liquor license holders legally responsible for the consequences of serving patrons under the age of 21 or people who[…]

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    Do You Know Your Limited Tort Rights After Being Injured in a Car Accident?

    Pennsylvania offers its residents both limited tort and full tort options when choosing their auto insurance policies. When drivers select full tort coverage, they have an unrestricted right to seek a full recovery for both economic and non-economic damages for car accident injuries. Pennsylvania drivers who choose a limited tort policy, however, have several hurdles[…]

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    Survey Shows More Than Half of Americans Use Cellphones While Driving

    According to results from a new survey conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), half of the drivers in the United States use a cellphone or some other type of electronic device when they are behind the wheel. While gathering results from respondents, the survey employed something called the “Health Belief Model”. Researchers[…]

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