February 7, 2022
What Should I Do after a Hit and Run Accident?
Being seriously injured in a hit and run car accident is a horrible experience. Not only are you suffering pain and possibly hospitalized, but also there is literal insult to injury by the fact that the at-fault driver took off and left you at the scene of the accident. But just because the negligent driver […]
January 31, 2022
What Should I Do after a Rideshare Accident?
Rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft are making it much easier and more affordable to pay someone else to drive you to where you need to go. Those vehicles are supposed to carry commercial insurance for carrying passengers. However, the hiring standards do not necessarily ensure your driver is highly experienced and knows the […]
January 25, 2022
How Can I Avoid a Car Accident by Using My Headlights?
The prolonged darkness of the fall and winter season is upon us, and with that is reduction in daylight hours. We will not return to Daylight Saving Time until Sunday, March 13, 2022. That means we will continue to deal with more time driving in the dark for at least the next two months. Sometimes, […]
January 19, 2022
How Can I Drive Safely near a Snowplow?
A snowplow is much more than another vehicle on the roadway. A plow is tall, heavy, and very large. It does the very important job of improving road conditions by plowing snow out of travel lanes and laying down materials that improve traction. Snowplows often travel below the posted speed limit. The amount of snow […]
January 18, 2022
How Can an Accident Reconstructionist Help My Case?
Most adults with any driving experience have heard of and likely have seen the popular syndicated television program CSI or one of its many spinoffs. The general premises behind every episode is the use of forensic science to solve crimes. That is the best way to describe what an accident reconstructionist does. The investigation might […]
January 13, 2022
What Should I Know about Winter Weather Car Accidents?
Winter weather can provide an assortment of potential traffic dangers such as storms, snow, rain, fog, and icy roads. Although the summer is statistically more deadly for drivers, the wet-based hazards that can form on a roadway in winter create a risk for a car accident. To keep motorists safe, here is a list of […]
January 6, 2022
How Can Life Change after a Car Accident Amputation?
In 2015 alone, there were more than six million car accidents in the United States. Car accidents can involve an assortment of injuries. Some people survive a car accident practically unscathed. Others are not so lucky, and if you have a limb amputated because of a car accident, you understand what life-altering event it can […]
December 30, 2021
How Can I Prepare My Vehicle for a Winter Storm?
The greater Philadelphia area is prone to occasional winter snowstorms that could cripple the entire region. Recent storms have dumped nearly 2 feet of snowfall in a single day, but those storms are rare. The city averages 13 inches of annual snowfall, but rainfall as well as snowfall can make wintery travels more dangerous, increasing […]
December 23, 2021
How Can I Stay Safe Driving During the Holiday Season?
In the United States, car accidents kill thousands of people every year. During 2020 when people were driving less, the number of accident fatalities actually increased to more than 38,000, the highest level since 2007. Driving safety is always important but especially during the holiday season when the roadways may be packed with shoppers and […]
December 20, 2021
How Do I Handle a Car Accident with an Emergency Vehicle?
No matter where you live, there are emergency services available to help stop crime, put out fires, and transport people to the emergency room as needed. Those emergency services rely on vehicles that should have experienced and well-trained drivers at the wheel to help get where they are going. Sometimes, even the best drivers of […]