Some parts of the body are especially vulnerable to being injured in a motorcycle accident. If you or a loved one has been hurt in a motorcycle crash, we can help you pursue the compensation you need.

Speeding is a factor in about one-fourth of all traffic deaths in Pennsylvania. Sometimes, driving too fast is about more than just exceeding the speed limit. We can help if you or someone in your family has been hurt by a speeding driver.

Learn about the most common types of pedestrian accidents in Pennsylvania, and how to prevent them. If you or a loved one has already been injured, we can help.

Backup accidents are common, and can lead to fatalities and serious injuries. A new law requires rearview cameras on all cars, but the law won't go into effect until 2018. Our firm helps car accident victims get full and fair compensation.

Pennsylvania's Route 222 has been the site of numerous accidents, and has been found partially to blame for a recent fatality. Drivers should exercise extreme caution on this road, and anyone injured in an accident should consult our attorneys.

A law that bans texting while driving in Pennsylvania went into effect in 2012, but greater enforcement will be required to improve safety on our roads. If you were injured by a distracted driver, please call us.

Pennsylvania lawmakers have proposed a law that would allow victims of child abuse to come forward until the age of 50. The current law has a much shorter statute of limitations.

Cromnibus funding legislation includes provision reducing trucking regulation. Transportation Secretary notes the provision could decrease the safety of the nation's roadways.

Seeking a second medical opinion is something that the American Heart Association explains every person should be willing to do as it is always the patient’s right to do so.

Our personal injury attorneys serve the Reading area and all of Berks County, Pennsylvania. To schedule a free consultation with us, please call 610-816-0342 or complete our contact form.