Erie auto accidents result in thousands of injuries and deaths. In many cases, a driver’s negligence or errors lead to the collision. If a driver causes a car crash, the driver may be liable for injuries, damages, and financial losses caused by the crash. However, even if the other driver caused your car accident, you… Read more »
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Erie Car Insurance Checkup — Do You Need Optional Car Insurance Coverage If You Have Health Insurance?
The beginning of a new year is a great time to review your car insurance coverage. Erie drivers are aware that they are required by law to carry minimum liability insurance that protects victims in accidents that they cause. However, they may be unaware of some of the optional insurance coverage that can protect them… Read more »
Two Important Sources of Evidence in Erie Auto Accident Cases
Collecting compensation for damages after an auto accident may not always be easy. Insurance companies are not in business to lose money. Therefore, insurance providers do not simply hand out money after an auto accident. You must provide evidence to prove the other driver caused the crash. Even with evidence, most insurance companies attempt to… Read more »
Safety Tips for Erie Teen Drivers
According to AAA Exchange, 10 people died every day in accidents involving teen drivers during the summer months in 2016, which was a 14 percent increase in the number of fatalities compared to the rest of the year. Memorial Day through Labor Day is often referred to as the 100 deadliest days for teen drivers…. Read more »
Is There a Deadline to See a Doctor After an Accident in Pennsylvania?
After many traffic accidents, the victims are transported to an emergency room for immediate medical care. Therefore, this question only arises when a victim refuses to be transported to the emergency room. While there is not a deadline for seeking medical treatment, your delay in seeking medical attention can have a negative impact on your… Read more »
Is Your Child Safe This Summer Riding in a Car?
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released its Traffic Safety Facts related to children earlier this year. Sadly, traffic-related fatalities for children increased by five percent from 2014 to 2015. Injuries sustained by children in traffic accidents increased by six percent in 2015. Approximately 178,000 children were injured, and 1,798 were killed in traffic… Read more »
Does Sleep Apnea Cause Commercial Truck Accidents?
It is common for everyone to experience one or more nights of poor sleep during a month. However, for someone with sleep apnea, getting a good night’s sleep is almost impossible unless the person is receiving treatment. Unfortunately, sleep apnea can be life-threatening when a commercial truck driver chooses not to seek treatment for the… Read more »