It is common to have questions after a motorcycle accident, but we want you to know you have somewhere to turn for answers. Our Erie motorcycle accident law firm handles all types of motorcycle crashes. We have the knowledge and experience required to fight insurance companies who are attempting to deny or underpay a valid injury claim.
Below are answers to some of the frequent questions our office receives about motorcycle accident claims. We encourage you to take advantage of our free consultation to get answers to all your questions and learn about how we can help you file an insurance claim for your motorcycle accident.
Pennsylvania Senators have approved a bill that will toughen DUI penalties for repeat offenders with overwhelming support. The final passage (reconsidered) of SB 961 received 45 votes in favor of the bill with only four nays and one no vote. The bill now goes to the House of Representatives for consideration. If the bill passes, the potential penalties for repeat DUI offenders in Pennsylvania will become significantly more severe.
You are riding with a friend who is pulled over for a traffic stop. The police officers search the vehicle and find drugs under the back seat. You are charged with possession of drugs and arrested, even though you had no idea your friend had drugs in the vehicle. What should you do?
If you are injured in an accident, you may be entitled to recover compensation for your injuries if another party caused the injury. By law, when a person or party causes an injury because of negligence or a wrongful act, that party can be held liable for damages resulting from the injury. Examples of personal injury accidents that might give rise to an injury claim include:
Most people know that they need to call 911 after a car accident and that they need to see a doctor. However, there are some things that you may not know about a car accident that could seriously impact your ability to recover money for an accident claim.
Easter Egg hunts are a tradition during the Easter season. Many organizations host Easter Egg hunts. However, many families host their own hunts at their homes. While this classic Easter activity can be a wonderful way to spend an afternoon making family memories, it can also turn tragic if parents do not consider safety measures to prevent accidents and injuries.
Motorcyclists love Pennsylvania because we have some of the most beautiful motorcycle routes in the northeast. In addition to fun and exciting motorcycle routes, Pennsylvania is also host to several large motorcycle events throughout the year. Unfortunately, motorcyclists in Erie and throughout Pennsylvania face the same risks that riders face throughout the United States. One of the dangers riders face are being hit by other vehicles and one of the most dangerous types of motorcycle crashes are rear-end motorcycle accidents.
St. Patrick’s Day 2018 is on Saturday, which means a lot of people will not need to worry about getting up to go to work the day after St. Patrick’s Day. Therefore, many people in Erie and Edinboro will be celebrating the holiday with alcohol. Sadly, some people will face serious criminal charges on Monday because they celebrated a bit too much over the holiday weekend. Below are several of the alcohol-related criminal charges that you could be facing if you are not cautious this weekend.
The emotions after a car accident can range from shock and confusion to angry and frustrated. In those minutes after a car accident, you may feel overwhelmed and unsure what you need to do. Of course, the first step is to call 911 to report the crash and request emergency help.
However, it is important to try to regain your composure so that you can note certain facts that may be very important in the future. Fortunately, with the technology we have today, documenting a car accident today is much easier than it has ever been in the past.