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Nearly Half of the Fatal Crashes in Pennsylvania Caused by Speeding

A Pittsburgh car accident lawyer discusses the dangers A recent nationwide study found that nearly half of all fatal car accidents in Pennsylvania occurred due to speeding drivers, resulting in the state being ranked third nationwide for the most speeding-related fatalities. Value Penguin conducted the study, which analyzed speeding fatalities and other speeding-related statistics in...

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Halloween Safety & Tips for Driving at Night in Autumn

Between trick-or-treating and Halloween parties, the last day in October can often be a fun time of year. Unfortunately, accidents sometimes happen, especially as it gets darker this time of year and people are out at night after school or after work. That’s why it’s important to be aware of the risks pedestrians or others...

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Pittsburgh Area Man Dies in Fatal Motorcyclist Crash

A Pittsburgh motorcycle accident lawyer explains why fatal crashes are on the rise A motorcyclist sadly died in a horrible motorcycle accident in Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania involving a driver who pulled out of a nearby access road directly into the path of the victim, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The fatal motorcycle wreck happened on...

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More fatal car accidents in 2020 despite fewer drivers on the road

Pennsylvania lawyer explains why fatalities went up nationwide & statewide Even though there were fewer drivers on the road last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, car accident fatalities increased in 2020 nationwide to their highest number in more than 13 years, according to the latest statistics compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration...

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Speeding remains a deadly problem for teen drivers

Experienced Pittsburgh car accident lawyers explain what you need to know Speeding drivers wreak havoc on our roads, causing numerous car accidents every single day. While drivers of all ages often cause accidents due to driving too fast, teenage drivers cause more speeding accidents than any age group behind the wheel. So how bad is...

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Deadly epidemic: April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

Distracted drivers make Pittsburgh roadways dangerous to everyone around them. Instead of focusing on driving, motorists are talking on their phones, texting, taking selfies, or checking their email. Their carelessness significantly increases the risk that they will cause a bad car accident. Distracted drivers create mayhem Distracted driving is nothing new. Motorists have been eating,...

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Why are intersection accidents so complicated?

For motor vehicle accidents that result in injury or death, more than half occur near or at intersections, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Now, FHWA intersection safety and design research has led to innovative intersection and interchange designs that utilize modern roundabout, mini-roundabout, continuous flow intersections, and other designs...

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How we investigate accidents involving commercial vehicles

Companies in the Pittsburgh area rely on commercial vehicles to make deliveries. The size of a commercial vehicle may vary, depending on its purpose, but may include: Large commercial trucks, semi-trucks, and 18-wheelers Box trucks Cargo vans Utility trucks Regular cars and SUVs used for commercial purposes A crash involving a commercial vehicle can be...

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The most common winter driving risks

The conditions brought about by winter can be more than just an inconvenience for Pittsburgh drivers. It can reduce visibility and tire traction, as well as increase travel time. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, about 21 percent of crashes, 19 percent of crash-related injuries and 16 percent of crash fatalities in the U.S. are...

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