Accident News

What is the Real Problem on Route 33 in Monroe County?

What is the Real Problem on Route 33 in Monroe County?

According to a recent safety study conducted by the Pocono Record, at least one of the real problems is speed.  The newspaper found that about one half of the cars on Route 33 were speeding during the study.  The cars travelled fastest in the morning hours. Route 33 is Deadly The stretch of Route 33 […]

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Do You Know How to Keep Route 15 Safe in York County?

Do You Know How to Keep Route 15 Safe in York County?

If you have an opinion to share, or are interested in hearing other opinions, about possible changes to U.S. 15 in York County then officials urge you to attend a very important meeting. The meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. on August 18 at Northern High School. People from the Northern York County communities […]

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Two Pedestrians Seriously Hurt in Philadelphia Hit and Run

Two Pedestrians Seriously Hurt in Philadelphia Hit and Run

Two men were seriously injured in a Philadelphia pedestrian accident over the weekend.  Around 4 a.m. on Sunday, June 20, 2010 two men were crossing the street near the intersection of North 5th Street and Indiana Avenue in North Philadelphia. After the accident, the driver of the car got out of the car, abandoned the […]

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What Happens When A Driver Drives at Three Times the Posted Speed Limit?

What Happens When A Driver Drives at Three Times the Posted Speed Limit?

Earlier this month, 30 year old David R. Zareczky Jr. was involved in a serious one car accident.  Mr. Zareczky was reportedly driving over 115 mph on Stoke Park Road in Hanover Township when the car that he was driving flipped over and landed in the front yard of a residential property.   The posted speed […]

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End School Bus Accidents Once and For All

End School Bus Accidents Once and For All

Earlier this month, we wrote about a Philadelphia school bus accident that resulted in 45 kids being taken to the hospital.  Yesterday, another serious Pennsylvania school bus accident occurred and this one has had serious consequences. On Wednesday afternoon, a first grade student from Pickering Elementary School was hit by a school bus in Exton, […]

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How Safe is Your Child on the School Bus?

How Safe is Your Child on the School Bus?

According to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, school bus safety is a top priority in the Commonwealth.  From the first day of Kindergarten until graduation day, parents of Pennsylvania school children hope that that PennDOT is right and that their children remain safe. Yesterday morning, more than 40 Philadelphia families got the dreaded phone call […]

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7 Questions to Ask Your Pennsylvania Personal Injury Lawyer

7 Questions to Ask Your Pennsylvania Personal Injury Lawyer

The relationship that you have with your Pennsylvania personal injury lawyer is an important one.  Your lawyer is handling an important matter for you and you need to be able to trust him and communicate with him.  In order to find the right Pennsylvania injury attorney for you, it is important to ask questions at […]

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10 Deadly Driving Mistakes Your Teen Might be Making

10 Deadly Driving Mistakes Your Teen Might be Making

Recently, the Allstate Foundation released the results of a May 2009 study regarding teens and driving.  According to the study: 82% of teenagers report using their phone and driving; 23% of teenagers report drinking and driving; 77% of teenagers admit feeling unsafe when another teenager is driving; Yet, only 59% of teenagers say they will […]

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Data shows that cell phone bans won’t protect you from distracted drivers

Data shows that cell phone bans won’t protect you from distracted drivers

Should Bethlehem Ban Handheld Cell Phone Use by Drivers? 5 Pennsylvania municipalities have passed ordinances making it a primary offense to drive while using a handheld cell phone.  Drivers in Erie, Allentown, Harrisburg, Philadelphia and Wilkes-Barre must put down their cell phones while driving or pay a fine.  Other municipalities such as Bethlehem are currently […]

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