Is Your Vehicle a Risk for Causing a Serious Accident?

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vehicle a risk?

Most car accidents in Pennsylvania are caused by driver error, speeding, drunken driving, distracted driving, or reckless driving. However, there are still a small number of incidents caused by vehicle defects. Manufacturers of motor vehicles are required by law to create safe, reliable vehicles. However, a defect in design or during manufacturing could make those…

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Critical Steps to Take After a Chain Reaction Crash

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chain reaction crash

Chain reaction crashes are quite common during Pennsylvania winters. From the icy road conditions to excessive snowfall, it is likely that you will find yourself in a chain reaction at some point during your driving career. Chain reaction crashes will involve more than one vehicle – typically more than ten. In fact, there have been…

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SEPTA Premise Liability Claims: What You Need to Know

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Premise Liability Claim

When most people think of a lawsuit claim against SEPTA, they think of bus accidents. However, slip and fall incidents are very common while using SEPTA buses and subway systems. Therefore, if you experience a severe injury from a slip and fall, you must contact an attorney to explore your legal options. SEPTA and the…

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What an Arbitration Clause Means for Your Personal Injury Case

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arbitration clause

Most personal injury cases settle before their scheduled court date. Typically, these settlements are done through negotiation talks, mediation, and sometimes arbitration. While these are optional dispute resolution practices, there are instances when a personal injury claim may be forced to go to arbitration due to a clause in an agreement. What is an Arbitration…

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Exploring the Notice Requirements in a SEPTA Lawsuit

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septa lawsuit

As with any government entity, you are required to notify SEPTA of your pending injury lawsuit or SEPTA injury claim. Traditionally, a Pennsylvania resident has up to two years from the date of the incident to file a lawsuit, but this does not apply to government entities. The Pennsylvania Statute of Limitations does apply to…

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