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What Are the 100 Deadliest Days of Summer?

June 8, 2022

The 100 Deadliest Days of Summer refers to the time period between Memorial Day and Labor Day. The leading cause of death for teenagers is motor vehicle crashes. When school lets out, the rate of fatal car accidents for teenagers increases by 26 percent during these summer days. This increase, coupled with the fact that teenage drivers have the highest crash rate of any age…

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What Are Smart Headlights?

June 2, 2022

Technology keeps advancing, including auto safety features in cars. While some nations have cars with smart headlights, the U.S. is still manufacturing cars with seemingly outdated headlight systems. Therefore, it might be worth taking a closer look at the benefits of smart headlights. Most cars have a simple headlight system that enables a driver to change from one brightness setting to another: high to low,…

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How Can Drivers Prepare for Memorial Day Weekend?

May 18, 2022

Memorial Day weekend is a time for families and friends to gather for the unofficial start of summer. For many people, it means traveling at least a few hours away to spend a long weekend with people you may not have seen in some time. Car accidents spike due to all the different vehicles on the road during the holiday weekend, leading to tragic outcomes.…

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How Do I Choose the Right Car Accident Lawyer?

May 12, 2022

More than 11,000 car accidents take place each year in Philadelphia. Being injured in a car accident is overwhelming, but handling your claim could be more stressful. If you are involved in an accident resulting in severe injuries and property damage, it is wise to hire a lawyer rather than handle the case on your own. Severe injuries from a car accident can result in…

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What Are Safety Tips for Driving in the Rain?

May 3, 2022

Especially during the spring and summer months, Pennsylvania can get inundated with rain and poor weather conditions. If you find yourself on the road when a rainstorm hits, you can take steps to make sure you get where you are going safely. Keep Your Headlights On Most newer model cars come standard with daytime running headlights. This safety feature helps other cars see you even…

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What Should You Do if You Hit a Parked Car?

April 26, 2022

Hitting a parked car is no different than any other car accident. It can ruin a person’s day, but doing the wrong thing can make matters worse. Too many motorists either choose to leave the scene or do not take the proper steps to minimize the possible repercussions. It is a simple choice of making sure of whether or not it remains a minor infraction…

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Can Potholes Cause Serious Accidents?

April 20, 2022

A pothole can cause a severe car accident and injuries. If you have driven around the greater Philadelphia region, you know that potholes are fairly common. Whether a pothole can cause a crash depends on several factors. Not every pothole is dangerous. Most of them cause minor damage to a vehicle. There are many drivers who suffer damaged tires, axels, and shocks after hitting a…

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Can I Sue a Drunk Driver?

April 12, 2022

All motorists have a duty to drive safely and abide by local traffic laws. Whenever someone unreasonably violates traffic laws and causes you to suffer harm, you could sue that person for damages, including drunk drivers. Like other states, Pennsylvania says it is a crime to drive with a blood-alcohol content of 0.08 percent or higher. So choosing to do so unreasonably creates risks to…

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What Are Safe Driving Tips for Easter Weekend?

April 6, 2022

Many people look forward to Easter weekend to spend time with family and friends. With the warmer days and more time in the sunlight, it is tough to find a reason to stay inside. More people out means an increase in traffic, which also leads more car accidents. Here are some safety tips to help keep you and your family safe on Easter weekend. Car…

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Can I Receive Compensation for a Car Accident Resulting From a Pothole?

March 29, 2022

A common question posed by Philadelphia motorists is whether or not damage and personal injury claims for pothole car accidents are legally warranted. Specifically, disgruntled car owners who are injured by potholes desperately want to know if the city or state can be held liable. The answer is most often “no,” albeit possible under special circumstances, so knowing the facts is critical. Is the City…

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