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That Seventies Law – Support the Movement to Update PA Car Insurance Coverage

We are often contacted by people injured in automobile accidents by drivers who carried the state’s minimum required insurance coverage. These outdated coverage limits are 41 years old and need to be updated. That is why we are calling on all our clients, past and present, to join us in calling upon our state legislators to support a new effort that would finally bring Pennsylvania’s minimum auto insurance coverage closer to the 21st century.

By | February 26th, 2015|ATV Accidents, Automobile Accidents, Car Crashes, Drunk Driving, Injury Attorneys PA, Motorcycle Accidents, Pedestrian Accidents and Bicycle Accidents, Tractor Trailer Accidents, Truck Accidents, Van Accidents|Comments Off on That Seventies Law – Support the Movement to Update PA Car Insurance Coverage

Pennsylvania DUI and Criminal Law: Important First Steps

If you or a family member is faced with a driving under the influence charge in PA (DUI), you may feel as if you are in a corner, trapped with no way out. It is critical for you to remember that locating a skilled criminal defense attorney in Pennsylvania is a must. By selecting the right attorney, you are putting your well-being into the hands of an advocate for you and your family.

By | June 20th, 2013|Criminal Defense, Drunk Driving, Injury Attorneys PA|Comments Off on Pennsylvania DUI and Criminal Law: Important First Steps

Automobile Insurance in Pennsylvania: Full Tort or Limited Tort?

All drivers in Pennsylvania must have automobile insurance (see “Automobile Insurance Requirements in Pennsylvania”). Among the required auto insurance in PA is “tort” coverage. Drivers have the option of choosing either full tort or limited tort coverage. We have found that

Automobile Insurance Requirements in Pennsylvania

What are the Automobile Insurance Requirements in Pennsylvania? All Pennsylvania drivers are required to carry automobile insurance. Car insurance protects drivers against financial losses such as medical costs and property damage that result from an auto accident. PA drivers who are

Automobile Accidents: What to do During and After an Accident

For many of us, driving is a daily activity: we drive to work, drive our family members to activities and appointments, drive to restaurants, shops, doctors’ offices, the movies, and countless other destinations. But automobile accident statistics are sobering. The National

By | April 3rd, 2013|ATV Accidents, Automobile Accidents, Car Crashes, Drunk Driving, Injury Attorneys PA, Motorcycle Accidents, Pedestrian Accidents and Bicycle Accidents, Tractor Trailer Accidents, Truck Accidents, Van Accidents|Comments Off on Automobile Accidents: What to do During and After an Accident