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What Should I Know About Car Accidents with Emergency Vehicles?

December 1, 2020

In busy cities, it is not uncommon to see or hear emergency vehicles. Operating an emergency vehicle requires special training and skills. Other drivers must know how to react when they see these vehicles in the area; however, some accidents are unavoidable. In some cases, an emergency vehicle can be involved in a car accident. In fact, statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration…

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Who is Responsible for a Car Accident in a Parking Lot?

November 23, 2020

Car accidents occur daily and cause significant damage to property and serious injuries to drivers and passengers. It is important to understand the dangers before getting behind the wheel. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), there were approximately 38,800 people killed in car crashes in 2019. While this sounds like a large number, it actually marks a decline from the previous year, which was…

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What Should I Do if I Plan to Travel During Thanksgiving Week?

November 18, 2020

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic restrictions have been hard on everyone, and many people are longing to see their families for Thanksgiving. Most Thanksgiving gatherings involve road trips and large numbers of people. How can people celebrate Thanksgiving safely in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic? The mode of transportation defines much of the risk of travel. Travelers can spread the COVID-19 virus from place to…

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Who Pays for Medical Bills After a Car Accident?

November 3, 2020

Car accidents leave victims with a lot of concerns, such as expensive medical bills for injuries. If a collision causes an injury, a driver might be worried about how they will pay for recovery. Several factors determine whether a victim collects compensation after an accident, such as insurance policies and state laws. Does Liability Affect Compensation? States have different laws regarding fault and auto insurance…

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What Happens if Extreme Weather Caused My Car Accident?

November 2, 2020

As the weather gets colder across the United States, the roads get more treacherous as driving conditions deteriorate. The chances of getting into a car accident are raised if the roads are icy or slick. In fact, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) reported over 25,000 car accidents during the cold weather months in 2015. Liability is always a top concern of any driver involved…

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Is There a Difference Between Negligence and Intentional Tort?

October 28, 2020

Personal Injury cases are very common in the United States, and most people are familiar with negligence and liability. In personal injury cases, liability deals with whether a person or entity is directly or indirectly responsible for another person’s injury. If a person is determined to be responsible, they can be held liable for damages. When discussing personal injury cases, it is important to be…

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Important Fall Driving Safety Tips for All Motorists

October 19, 2020

Driving as the leaves change color is a great way to spend an afternoon in Pennsylvania or New Jersey. Roads in the region, however, are more dangerous than most motorists realize. Fall driving safety tips will help motorists deal with the hidden dangers in the autumn months. Should I Look Out for Deer? Drivers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey must be careful as they drive…

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Can a Construction Company be Liable for My Car Accident?

October 9, 2020

After a car accident, a driver may wonder who is responsible for their injuries. Accidents can involve car drivers, truck drivers, and even construction company workers. When drivers get close to construction zones, vehicles from the construction site could cause collisions. When is the Construction Company Responsible? Road construction workers on the highway must keep drivers safe. The construction company must do the following: Post…

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How Can I Safely Drive in a Busy City?

September 30, 2020

A suburban driver may be overwhelmed when they drive in a city for the first time. Philadelphia and the surrounding boroughs can be a different driving experience, even for the most experienced driver. Some important driving safety tips include the following: Plan Ahead and Leave Extra Time Planning ahead is key because it is always best to avoid rush hour traffic if it is possible.…

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How Can Drivers Stay Safe in Construction Work Zones?

September 25, 2020

A driver must be cautious while driving through a construction work zone. Work zone areas are often congested because construction impedes traffic flow. While transportation departments do their best to reroute in ways that cause the least amount of disruption, work zones remain challenging to drivers. Car accidents in work zones endanger road workers as well as drivers and their passengers. It is important that…

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At Nerenberg Law Associates, P.C., we view the safety and well-being of our clients, staff and business partners as our highest priority.

The situation regarding the COVID-19 virus is continually changing, and we are following all recommended guidelines to stay healthy.

The firm is now open and the attorneys and staff are working back in the office. We are accepting new personal injury cases and accident claims.

We are happy to arrange for phone or video consultations should you have any concerns about keeping your scheduled appointments with us. We are also able to exchange documents via secure drives or email.

Should you have any concerns regarding an upcoming meeting with us, please contact us online or call (215) 569-9100. Or you may email us: Jeffrey Nerenberg - jeff@phillypilaw.com

Thank you and take care.