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Archive for "Trucking Accidents"

PA Driving Laws Pop Quiz

stopHow Well Do You Know PA Driving Laws?

While we know you are tested on a daily basis as a driver (both in terms of …

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Who’s at fault in a bad-weather accident? 5 things to know

snowAs temperatures drop, and York braces for wintry driving conditions, it’s important to prepare yourself and your vehicle.

Last year, we offered a complete guide

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10 Tips for Driving at Night

nightAs we move into the end of the year, the days are becoming shorter, which means, for many motorists, more time spent driving at night. …

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Injured on Vacation: Q&A with Attorney Brian Strong

brian-strongWhen you’re injured in your backyard, you know where the closest hospital is located. If you’re in a car accident near your home, it’s easier …

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4 PA Driving Laws You May Not Know

travelChances are you feel fairly confident on your knowledge of PA driving laws. You know to obey posted signs including speed limits and stop signs. …

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Winter Driving Tips: A Complete Guide

slipAlthough so far central Pennsylvania has had a mild winter, seasonal weather conditions are still a concern for those living in the area. To keep …

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How and Why Do Pennsylvanians Crash?

crashesFrom 2009 to 2014, there were nearly 110,000 crashes in the following midstate counties: Adams, Dauphin, Cumberland, Lancaster, York, Lebanon and Perry.

Last month, PennLive.com

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True or False: February Edition

1. If my vehicle is destroyed in a collision that is not my fault, the at-fault driver’s insurance company will pay off my car loan.…

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Yes or No: Driving Maneuvers

Here are a few questions about driving maneuvers we’ve all seen or done.

But is it legal:

1. To talk on your cell phone without …

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KBG Spotlight: Edward R. Kennett, Esquire

Ted Kennett

Katherman, Briggs & Greenberg, LLP, is pleased to announce that Ted Kennett has joined the firm. Ted lives in Lancaster with his wife and three …

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