Free Consultations

We Advance All Costs - No Fee Unless We Win!

In this section
Review Us
Experienced trial lawyers With The Resources To Handle Your Case

An ambitious goal

Traffic fatalities cost the U.S. a great deal. There are the accidents themselves, which kill and injure motorists, resulting in costs as varied as the repair costs to sections of highway infrastructure damaged in the crashes, to the loss of income to a family from a husband or wife death.

There are the long-term costs of the injured survivors, who may suffer occasional pains in their damaged, but slowly healing limbs, or the need to take a less demanding job as a commensurate loss of pay due to lingering memory issues tied to a traumatic brain injury. And there are those who will live, but will require the services of round-the-clock healthcare or may be restricted to a motorized wheelchair the rest of their lives.

There are the more diffuse costs, such as the tens of thousands of hours of traffic delays that are caused by the millions of car and truck accidents that occur in the course of a year and generate delays on the nation's highways measured in minutes or hours. This adds to the collective lowering of the quality of life by adding to the congestion and stress for millions of additional drivers.

And there is the ineffable loss of human capital in the most genuine sense. How many innovations, scientific discoveries or other improvements have been lost in the carnage of the tens of thousands who die every year?

Progress has been made, but with a population fifty percent larger than the city of Chambersburg dying on the highways of this country every year, much more needs to be done. And there is a movement to achieve zero traffic deaths throughout the nation.

Because the facets of the problem are so varied, including driver behavior, protective capabilities of motor vehicles and the design of highways, it may seem that coordination difficult, but the better we see all of these steps as important, essential and linked, the sooner zero traffic deaths will not seem like an impossible dream.

No Comments

Leave a comment
Comment Information

what our clients say about us

  1. $5.5 Million

    Settlement for spinal injury caused by delivery company's negligent vehicle maintenance

  2. $5 Million

    Settlement for traumatic brain injury

  3. $1.2 Million

    Settlement (Liability insurance limits) for death claim arising out of tractor trailer collision

  4. $1 Million

    Settlement for closed head injury/facial fractures due to negligent construction site practices

  5. $1 Million

    Arbitration award in death claim arising out of motor vehicle collision

  6. $1 Million

    Total workers' compensation settlement for injured worker who suffered orthopedic injuries and additional GI injuries due to prescription medications.

  7. $1 Million

    Policy limits recovered for head injury sustained by the user of unsafe rental equipment.

  8. $890,000

    Settlement for head injury of injured worker caused by negligent operation of equipment by a non-employer contractor on the job site.

  9. $875,000

    Settlement for ankle injury due to negligent dump truck operation

  10. $675,000

    Settlement for bilateral wrist injuries caused by the negligent operation of a tractor-trailer.

  11. $600,000

    Settlement for statutory cap of $500,000 for wrongful death of a worker who was killed when struck by a government-owned vehicle as well as policy limit for underinsured motorist coverage.

  12. $$450,000

    Workers' compensation settlement for a nurse who sustained a low back injury requiring multiple surgeries.

  13. $375,000

    Settlement for knee injury sustained in a motor vehicle collision with contested liability.

view more
email us for a response

Call Us 24/7 To Discuss Your Case

866-967-7235 | 717-496-0070

Absolutely no fee

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy