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April 2016 Archives

Motorcycle accidents increasing at an alarming rate

For many years motorcycle enthusiasts have been working hard to change the culture and image of motorcyclists, both inside and outside. It is critical for drivers to start seeing motorcycles on the road, and it's equally important for motorcyclists to maintain their vehicles and observe all safety laws.

Does a mental disability qualify a person for SSD benefits?

When a Pennsylvania resident is unable to work for any reason, be it mental or physical, he or she could be eligible for financial support from Social Security. To understand how to claim these benefits, a person who is unable to maintain gainful employment due to a mental disability could benefit from the help of a knowledgeable attorney. As the process is complex, a lawyer can be an invaluable asset during this time.

Preventing motor vehicle accidents caused by teen drivers

Pennsylvania readers likely know that teen drivers are inexperienced, immature and often unable to effectively handle the sudden hazards that can present themselves to drivers. Considering this, parents should be overly concerned with how their kids drive, teaching them important safety measures and educating them on how to prevent motor vehicle accidents. This is important as statistics indicate that the ages of 16 and 17 are the most dangerous because of driving.

When should you seek help for a workers' compensation claim?

An accident in the workplace can be a source of great upheaval and stress for a Pennsylvania family. This feeling of uncertainty only gets worse after a worker finds that filing for or actually obtaining rightful workers' compensation benefits can be quite complicated. Fortunately, there are options available, including the right to seek legal help after suffering an injury in the workplace. 

Know your rights after a distracted driving car accident

There are many threats to driver safety in Pennsylvania, and distracted driving is one of the most serious of these concerns. With technology constantly changing, even improvements made in the name of safety, such as hands-free capabilities, can be a distraction and danger. Those harmed in a distracted driving car accident should take steps to know their rights, including the right to financial compensation. 

You do not have to deal with workplace injuries alone

When a Pennsylvania worker is injured on the job, it can be frustratingly difficult to get the support and benefits needed for a full recovery. Fortunately, there are options for those who face workplace injuries. With the right help, it is often  possible to navigate a successful workers' compensation claim. One of the most important steps to take after a work accident is to seek a full understanding of one's legal rights. 

Preventing motor vehicle accidents caused by distraction

Pennsylvania readers should be well aware of the dangers posed by distracted driving. Despite widespread awareness of the dangers of this behavior, it continues to be a problem, placing many motorists at risk for accidents and serious injuries. In order to reduce the number of motor vehicle accidents related to distraction, namely cellphone use and texting, April has been designated as Distracted Driving Awareness Month.