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Philadelphia Driver Kills An Innocent Pedestrian In Nicetown Neighborhood

Popular cities tend to have more pedestrian accidents than other, smaller cities. With the city bustling with traffic, cars need to be on the lookout for pedestrians at all times. Pedestrians are incredibly vulnerable out on the road. Drivers need to be held responsible for their careless and reckless actions resulting in injuries and fatalities. […]

An Unidentified Person Was Killed By An Amtrak Acela Train 2126 in Pennsylvania 

Railroad accidents are relatively rare, but the damage a train could leave is far more severe than a car or bike accident. Injuries can occur outside or inside of the train. A train can travel as fast as 110 mph on the railroad tracks making it incredibly dangerous. A Philadelphia, Pennsylvania personal injury attorney will […]

The Dangers Of Riding A Bicycle In Philadelphia

Riding a bicycle is a great way to stay in shape, help the environment, and enjoy beautiful weather. It is also very dangerous, especially when riding on the streets of Philadelphia. The city is a difficult place to traverse in a car, on foot, or on a bicycle. That’s why you need to be as […]

Safety Tips For Boating This Summer

Summertime is here, which means boating and boating-related activities are in full swing around the Philadelphia area. Boating is a great way to enjoy the summer, however, it could lead to catastrophic injuries, especially when operated in a negligent or reckless manner. We would like to provide you with some helpful tips for safe boating […]

PA Court Upholds Record-Setting Bad Faith Insurance Ruling

In March, a Pennsylvania federal court upheld the $7.9 million award against insurers The Medical Protective Co. The Jurinko v. The Medical Protective Co. case is the biggest bad faith award in Pennsylvania’s history. It resulted from the insurer’s failure to offer the plaintiff their policy’s full limits and for assigning one lawyer to represent […]

Septa Train Crashes Lead To Changes In Safety 

If this last year, living under the COVID-19 cloud, has taught us anything, it is to learn from our mistakes. This same premise was evident to Philadelphians in 2017 when the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) saw three major accidents. In January 2017, two trolleys collided in West Philadelphia, injuring 46 people. The next month, […]