What to Do if You are Injured in a Philadelphia Hit-and-Run

Philadelphia is a busy city, bustling with cars, pedestrians, and bicyclists, and everyone on the road has to work together to keep the flow of traffic going in the right direction. When a pedestrian or a bicyclist is hit by a vehicle in Philadelphia, traffic is typically affected adversely, regardless of whether the pedestrian was […]

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Pennsylvania Pedestrian Accident Statistics

In 2013, the most recent year for which there are national statistics, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that 4,735 pedestrians were killed in traffic crashes on public highways and more than 66,000 were injured. This works out to approximately one pedestrian killed every two hours and one injured every eight minutes. Out […]

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What To Do If You’re Hit By An Uninsured Driver

Philadelphia ranks in the top ten most expensive cities for purchasing car insurance. Sadly, drivers cannot always control for the factors that go into calculating their insurance premiums, factors such as crime rates, traffic, accident rates, weather conditions, etc. In addition, there are a number of uninsured drivers on the road with whom you could collide […]

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Philadelphia Attorneys Discuss Pedestrian Safety Tips

In the last few weeks there have been several pedestrian accidents in the Philadelphia metropolitan area, including a recent deadly hit-and-run in Bucks County. A 51-year-old Northampton Township woman was struck and killed while standing right in front of her home. The proximate area surrounding the accident scene has no sidewalks and very little shoulder […]

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