As the temperatures fall and winter takes a firm grasp on Pennsylvania, we can expect to see more episodes of dangerous driving conditions because of weather. Sleet, freezing rain, snow, and other winter weather conditions can make driving treacherous. Even when drivers believe the roads are safe, black ice can pose a significant danger for drivers and others using our roads.
If you are injured in a black ice accident in Erie or the surrounding areas, our law firm can help. You might be entitled to compensation from the other driver even though weather and road conditions may have contributed to the cause of the crash. Contact The Travis Law Firm toll free at (800) 401-2066 to schedule a free legal consultation with one of our attorneys.
Are you looking for something fun to do in Erie for Christmas? So are we! Below are several events that we found in Erie that you might enjoy this holiday season. Because we are sure that there are many more holiday events in and around Erie during December, we encourage you to share your favorite Christmas events in our comments section below.
A common question that many people ask us during their free consultation is how much money can they receive for a brain injury claim. Because we value the trust placed in us by our clients, we are honest with them when answering this question. We cannot place a value on a brain injury claim during your first visit, and you do not want us to do so.
If an attorney tries to tell you what your claim is worth before the attorney conducts an investigation or you have not received maximum medical improvement, you need a new attorney. We believe you deserve the best legal representation possible. This includes a thorough and complete investigation and evaluation before we attempt to place a value on your pain and suffering.
Some families begin holiday decorating before or on Thanksgiving Day. If you are preparing to decorate your home for the holidays, these holiday decorating safety tips can make your home safe and beautify this holiday season.
Many people take advantage of the great deals advertised on Black Friday to finish their holiday shopping. However, this means that traffic will be heavier on Black Friday, especially around shopping centers, malls, and popular stores. If you plan to be out on Black Friday, you need to take extra precautions to avoid a car accident or pedestrian accident.
One of the best ways to avoid a traffic accident is to pay close attention to the road and traffic ahead of you. You know that you may run into traffic jams; therefore, be prepared to be patient. Leaving earlier than normal can reduce your desire to speed or drive aggressively to get to your destination on time.
If you are involved in a car accident, it is very important that you take the following steps to protect your right to recover compensation for your injuries.
Halloween is one of the best holidays when you are young. You get to dress up as your favorite character and get free candy. What could be better? Unfortunately, Halloween can also be very dangerous for children. According to Safe Kids Worldwide, about twice as many children will be injured in pedestrian accidents on Halloween than any other day of the year.
It is up to everyone, whether you are a parent or not, to use extra caution this Halloween to reduce the risk of injuries to children. Let’s make this a safe and enjoyable Halloween in Erie.
If you plan to welcome trick or treaters to your home this Halloween in Pennsylvania, you need to make sure that your property is safe for visitors. Trick or treaters have a reasonable expectation that your property is safe, especially if you leave your porch light on or otherwise signal that you are welcoming trick or treaters. As a property owner, you have a duty of care to someone who enters your property. If someone is injured on your property, you could be liable for damages. As you are preparing for Halloween this year, take precautions to avoid falls and injuries on your property.
Being in a car accident is a traumatic event, especially if your child was in the car with you at the time of the crash. Car seats and safety restraints keep children safe during a crash. However, if you are in a crash with your child, you may need to replace the car seat your child was using because it was damaged in the crash.
The days are getting shorter, so it is getting darker earlier each evening. For many of us, we will be driving home from work in the dark in just a few weeks. Breaking down on the side of the road can be dangerous and frightening during daylight hours. However, breaking down after dark has its own set of challenges in addition to those you face when your vehicle breaks down on the side of the road.