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Drowsy Drivers v Drunk Drivers. Who is More Dangerous?

Drowsy Drivers v Drunk Drivers. Who is More Dangerous?

Have you ever driven after the night shift? After pulling an all-nighter studying for an exam, sitting with a sick child, or partying with friends? If you have, then you know that it can be dangerous to drive while you are tired, but do you know dangerous it is? Studies on Drowsy and Drunk Drivers […]

Who is Responsible When a Child is Hit by a Car?

Who is Responsible When a Child is Hit by a Car?

Summer time means more time spent outside and more play time for children. Typically, these are good things that many families look forward to during the long winter months. However, when the playing takes place near roads and a child is injured, or worse killed, by a passing car then the carefree moments of summertime […]

It is Time to Notice What Kids do RIGHT in the Fight Against Distracted Driving

It is Time to Notice What Kids do RIGHT in the Fight Against Distracted Driving

All too often, on this blog and in the general media, we focus on what kids do wrong. We talk about the number of teenagers texting and driving and the statistics surrounding teen distracted driving accidents. We talk about individual kids who have been hurt because they were distracted behind the wheel. This reporting is […]

A Life and Death Question You Should Ask Before You Accept a New Job

A Life and Death Question You Should Ask Before You Accept a New Job

The phone call offering you a new job is often a joyous moment. In this economic climate, jobs are still hard to come by and the opportunity to work and support your family is significant. Likely, you have already discussed details such as salary, benefits, and job expectations with your future employer. However, there is […]

What is the Latest News on Pennsylvania Motorcycle Fatalities?

What is the Latest News on Pennsylvania Motorcycle Fatalities?

According to a recent report by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), Pennsylvania reported a recent decrease in motorcycle deaths that the state attributes in part to increased education, publicity and training. Specifically, Pennsylvania reports 26 fewer deaths in the first 9 months of 2011 as compared to the first 9 months of 2010. While […]

More PA Car Accidents and More Injuries This Memorial Day Weekend

More PA Car Accidents and More Injuries This Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day Weekend 2012 is behind us. As we look forward to the summer, it is important to look back and analyze what happened on Pennsylvania roads over the long holiday weekend. It is important to remember the lives that were lost, to comfort the families in mourning and the injured victims in pain, and […]

3 Ways You Can Help Avoid a Motorcycle Accident This Summer

3 Ways You Can Help Avoid a Motorcycle Accident This Summer

Memorial Day is behind us, the summer has (unofficially) begun, and May – the month Governor Corbett declared to be Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month – is coming to a close. As motorcycle season continues in the Commonwealth, it is important to remember some tips to help avoid a motorcycle accident. Tips to Remember • […]