You were injured through no real fault of your own and you spent several weeks laid up and unable to work. The insurance company doesn't want to play fair so they offered you less than it takes to even cover your medical bills. You're thinking of hiring an attorney, but it seems to you that personal injury claims take forever to settle, so you aren't sure.
How do you know if the attorney you're thinking of hiring is the right person to handle your injury claim?
Back in 2013, two high school hockey teams, one from Pennsylvania and the other from Massachusetts, met for a match in Marlboro. One of the Pennsylvania teens seriously hurt the wrist of one of the other team's players with the blade on his skate during the game when he checked the other teen's play. The Massachusetts teen suffered a permanent injury and sued.
The air is getting crisp and the leaves on the trees are starting to turn -- which makes the idea of a walk in the woods really enticing to a lot of people -- especially bow hunters.
Tailgating occurs when one driver drives too close to the rear fender of another vehicle. What's too close for safety? According to the experts, you can reduce the dangers of ending up in a collision due to tailgating simply by keeping about 10 feet between you and the vehicle in front of you for every 10 miles per hour that you're driving.
As a parent, sending your child off to school can be an exercise in trust. After all, you love your children and want what's best for them. That's why they go to school, but it's still hard to leave them in the care of a virtual stranger for more than half the day.
Summer is the time for outdoor fun and adventure -- but the warm weather, long days and active nights can also pose unusual dangers for many people.
A deadly accident involving a tractor-trailer in a construction zone along Route 222 ended the life of one woman and put five other people in the hospital in Pennsylvania.
America puts some strict safety regulations on the manufacturers of cars and trucks in order to protect consumers -- so why aren't American buses and trains equipped with the sort of basic protections that are considered standard in other modes of transportation?
If you see a dump truck or one of those ready-mix concrete trucks on the road with you, you may want to consider taking another route or maybe stop for coffee -- whatever you need to do to let the truck get well ahead of you.