Generally speaking, the person making a left, has to give way to the traffic traveling in the opposite direction. If they turn left into traffic or in front of traffic and cause an accident, generally speaking, they are at fault. But the dynamics of any automobile accident are fact specific and it’s important that you retain a car accident attorney to investigate these facts.
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New head of FRA seeks to reduce train accidents
So that trains can be used to transport both goods as well as people throughout the nation, tracks are found in virtually all states including Pennsylvania. The many train accidents that have occurred
Protecting Pennsylvania kids from daycare injuries
According to a 2012 NBC report, nearly 11 million children nationwide are enrolled in some kind of daycare program. While no parent wants to believe that his or her child could be injured at daycare,
Frequently Asked Questions About Erb’s Palsy
Erb's palsy may not be something that most people are familiar with, but it is a potentially serious injury that some children may suffer during birth.Erb's palsy, also known as Erb-Duchenne palsy, is
Motorcycle safety is a year-round responsibility for riders
It's no secret that people in Pennsylvania love to be on motorcycles. Our part of the state is one of the most active areas for bikers: more motorcycles are registered in Allegheny County than in any
Personal Injury FAQ:
How Long Does Hernia Mesh Repair Last?
According to the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA), hernia mesh repairs usually last five years. However, each case varies depending on the type of mesh used and other medical
Defective Road Conditions Caused My Accident. Who is Responsible?
If the condition of the roadway is defective, such as, creating a runoff situation that creates hazard or potholes of the size that would create a hazard, the owner of the road is typically the
What Is the Average Settlement for a Personal Injury?
There is no average settlement for a personal injury because every person and injury is different. The settlement you can recover depends on the details of your case. What caused your injury to occur
Do I have to give a recorded statement?
You should never give any recorded statement to an insurance company. They have no right to that recorded statement or ask for it and sometimes if you make the mistake of giving a recorded statement