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  • Category: Car Accident

    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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    Are Car Accidents More Common at Certain Times?

    Anytime a driver gets behind the wheel, they are vulnerable to being involved in a serious car accident. Understanding the common risk factors, such as the most dangerous times to be on the road, can help drivers reduce the chances of getting into an accident with life-changing injuries. Crash data reports have shown that certain[…]

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    What Should I Do if I am Injured in a Multi-Vehicle Car Accident?

    Being involved in any type of car accident that results in serious injuries can be a traumatic experience. When more than two vehicles are involved in the crash, it is not only more dangerous, but also a more complicated claims process. If you have been injured in a multi-vehicle crash, it is crucial to contact[…]

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    When Can a Passenger Be Held Liable for a Car Accident?

    A car accident claim is typically filed against the driver of another vehicle involved in the crash. Pennsylvania residents rarely hear about passengers of a car that caused an accident being held liable for an innocent party’s subsequent injuries. However, in recent years, distracted driving has become an increasing concern and cause of countless serious[…]

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    Roadway Deaths Continue to Grow; Pedestrian Fatalities Reach Highest Level in 40 Years

    In order to combat roadway deaths and serious injuries, the Department of Transportation is allocating $5 billion to regional, local and state governments through a grant called the Safe Streets and Roads for All. Officials will use the money to improve roadway safety, which has been a major obstacle in maintaining public health for decades[…]

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