Hundreds of car accidents occur in Pennsylvania every day. In 2016, an average of 15 collisions happened every hour in the state.
Most people end up in a car accident at one point or another. So, it is important to know what you need to do right after the crash occurs. Many drivers lose out on money that should be theirs because they forgot to do something or did the wrong thing.
A car accident can be one of the most inconvenient and frightening experiences of your life. If you suffer an injury, dealing with the aftermath can also get expensive and time-consuming. The steps you take immediately after a crash may make a difference. You and other Pennsylvania residents might feel better prepared if you know beforehand what to do once an accident has occurred.
As a dog lover, you understand that dogs are usually excited, perpetually happy balls of energy. The last thing you would expect from a dog you know is friendly is to get bitten. However, there are other ways that dogs, friendly or not, can injure Pennsylvania residents. You might not consider getting knocked over as one of them, but this is one of the most common ways, besides sustaining a bite, that you could be hurt by a dog.
In the winter, one of the most dangerous things a commercial property owner can allow is snow and ice building up around his or her property. Snow and ice increase the risk of a person experiencing a slip and fall. Slips and falls can result in much more than just a bruise. Some common injuries include brain trauma, broken bones and abrasions.
Most Pennsylvania residents probably don’t think twice about seeing a “Caution: Wet Floor” sign. However, these warnings serve an important purpose. Even subconsciously, wet floor signs and special mats help passersby avoid the potential dangers beneath their feet.
Car insurance policies vary wildly. This is true whether you are a new driver or are reviewing an insurance policy you have had for a few years.
You were in a minor rear-end crash recently. Fortunately, the damage to your vehicle was minimal, and you and the other party exchanged contact information and squared things up with your respective insurance companies. However, now it is a few days later and you are starting to feel sore. You turned down treatment after the accident, but now you are starting to have second thoughts. Should you have seen a doctor after all? You are not alone in asking this question. Many Pennsylvania residents believe they are fine after a fender-bender only to find themselves increasingly sore in the days and weeks that follow.
As an animal lover, one of the last things you would expect from your beloved four-legged companion is getting bitten. Unfortunately, millions of people in Pennsylvania and across the country are bitten by dogs each year. Most bites are from dogs people know and trust.