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January 2014 Archives

Suspect arrested, charged in fatal motorcycle accident

Everyone in Pennsylvania should know that driving under the influence of drugs can be dangerous. There is a reason why drunk and drugged driving is illegal -- it puts drivers, their passengers and anyone else on the road at risk of serious injury of death. Driving under the influence, whether of drugs or alcohol, lowers a driver's ability to think clearly and affects many of the other senses necessary for safe driving. Unfortunately, there are many drivers in Allentown and the surrounding areas who will still do drugs and drive.

Tractor-trailer truck smashes into the back of stopped car

Anyone with a driver's license in Pennsylvania is expected to operate his or her vehicle safely, which includes paying attention to the road. Unfortunately, there are a number of people who drive while distracted. Whether it is a phone, a music player, another passenger or something else entirely, distractions put drivers and other motorists at risk. It is bad enough when everyday drivers are distracted, but it is even worse when the driver is a professional.

Car spins out of control and young boy killed in crash

It is always tragic when someone dies in a car accident, especially when that person is a young child who was riding as a passanger. When you are a passanger in someone's car, you have very little control over your safety, which is why the driver of a vehicle is considered responsible for his or her passangers. If a driver does something that puts his or her passangers at risk, he or she can be held liable if that passanger is injured or killed. By working with a personal injury lawyer, an injured passanger or his or her relatives can file a lawsuit against the person responsible.

Pennsylvania doctor dies from apparent medical malpractice

In order to become a physician, individuals need to go through considerable schooling, participate in clinical rotations and work as residents. At the end of that long journey, the state of Pennsylvania says that an individual has proven him- or herself as being capable of practicing medicine. Once doctors have reached that point, we pour our trust in them and rely on them to improve our health. Unfortunately, sometimes they are negligent and the patient pays the price.

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