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Car accidents are unfortunately a common occurrence in any city like Lancaster, where most people use their cars to get around. The more cars that are out on the road, the greater the risk of being involved in a car accident. You may have already been in a car accident before, but that does not make the experience any less frightening.



Currently in Pennsylvania, there are two methods in which a driver maybe issued a ticket for a red light. The first of these is what you and I would consider the more traditional way where police officer has seen the actual violation and instucted you to pull over . Our Lawyers have the benefit of fighting thousands of tickets.



So when there’s an accident involving a public transportation bus, it can be frightening and upsetting. When we board a public transit bus, we are relying on the drivers to drive safely and to keep us safe as passengers. When there is a bus accident, many more people are likely to suffer injuries.


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Getting in a car accident, no matter how serious, can be an extremely upsetting experience. Even a simple fender bender can take hours out of your day and money out of your pocket. But when the car accident was a serious one, the toll it can take on your health and on your wallet can be enormous. No one should have to deal with such a stressful situation alone. If you have been involved in a car accident, do not hesitate to get in touch with a Lancaster car accident attorney right away.

Car accidents happen more often than we might think, especially in areas like Lancaster  that see a lot of traffic. With so many people commuting to and from work or traveling around the city, the likelihood of being in an accident is much higher than in other areas of Pennsylvania. And while many accidents are relatively minor, many others are much more serious and can involve extensive damage to your car as well as painful, dangerous, and even life threatening injuries. Although cars are designed to keep drivers and passengers as safe as possible, they cannot protect you from all injuries, especially in high-speed or particularly dangerous car crashes.

If you or someone you love has been in a bad car accident with injuries and major car damage, the first thing you need to do is to take care of yourself and your health. Injuries from car accidents can often be very severe, because they often involve injuries to the spine or brain which are particularly dangerous and debilitating. It is extremely important to address any and all injuries as soon as possible after the accident to make sure they do not develop into more serious issues

Immediately after the accident, make sure you call 911 right away. That way, the police  can be at the scene right away, as well as emergency medical care if necessary. It is important in those first hours to see a doctor or go to the hospital or emergency room to address any injuries, because many car accident injuries become much worse the longer they go untreated.

Even if you do not think that you have been injured, it is still important to seek medical attention after a car accident. Some injuries, like concussions or other head or spinal injuries, might not show any symptoms until later, when complications may arise. Other injuries, like whiplash, cuts and bruises, or broken or fractured bones, are usually not life-threatening but still require immediate medical attention. And some injuries, like severe burns or lacerations as well as major head or spinal trauma, could be disabling or even fatal, and so it is critical that you seek medical attention as soon as possible at the nearest hospital or emergency room in the area.

Unfortunately, despite the necessity of seeking immediate medical care after a car accident, health care is extremely expensive. A single trip to the hospital or emergency room can often cost hundreds of dollars, even if you have health care. Furthermore, those costs only increase if your injuries require extensive care, such as surgery, prescription medicines, or physical therapy. This can put an enormous strain on your family’s budget. Making sure that your medical bills are covered is just one way that a Lancaster car accident lawyer can help you and your family if you have been hurt in a car accident.

Another reason why you should contact the police as soon as possible is because they will be able to assist with the documentation of the accident and can help obtain contact information that you will need to give to your insurance company. This is especially important if you have been injured and have to leave the scene to seek medical attention. A police officer can help you get witness statements, take records of the car damage, and can help gather the information you need to fill out an accident report form through the Pennsylvania state police .

Getting your car repaired after an accident, or replaced if it was totaled, is yet another major expense on top of any medical bills you are responsible for in the aftermath of your car accident. And if you were also injured in the accident, or if you do not have access to a vehicle, you may have difficulty working and earning an income to cover these expensive bills. This can put you and your family in a very difficult position, both financially and emotionally. If this has happened to you or a family member, this is where a car accident attorney in Lancaster can step in and to make sure you and your family are taken care of in this difficult time.

After you have taken care of your injuries, it is important that you get in touch with a car accident lawyer as soon as possible, because the next step will be talking to the other driver’s insurance company. Because car insurance is required for all Pennsylvania drivers, you have the right as a victim of a car accident to have your medical bills and car repair bills covered by the other driver’s insurance company.

Unfortunately, insurance companies are not always fair about how much they are willing to cover. Insurance companies are trying to make a profit, and if they can get away with paying you less than you deserve, they will usually try to do so.

But with the assistance of an experienced Lancaster car accident lawyer, you can be sure to get all of the compensation that you deserve as a car accident victim, including your medical expenses, car repair or replacement, and even for your pain and suffering. We will negotiate directly with the insurance company to make sure that you are fully compensated, and we will make sure that they treat you fairly. If they are unwilling to cooperate, our attorneys are ready to take the insurance company to court to ensure that they are held responsible for the compensation that they owe you.


Do not let a car accident put you in a bad financial situation. Call our offices today so we can begin working on your case right away.


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    A car carrier overturned in Brecknock Township, near the Lancaster border, on Route 222. The accident closed that stretch of Route 222 and caused major traffic delays in the area for several hours before the accident could be cleared. The accident occurred around 11 in the morning on Route 222 South, very close to the Route 272 and Adamson interchange near Berks County, and the Denver interchange for the Pennsylvania Turnpike, in Lancaster County. As a result of the accident, the front end of the car carrier rolled onto its side in the median that was covered in snow, and the driver of the car carrier was trapped inside. He was stuck inside the front cab for about an hour before officials could rescue him. He was then taken to the nearby Reading Hospital. There has been no word on his injuries or his current status. A few of the cars that were being transported on the carrier fell off in the crash, meaning that officials responding to the accident had to move these cars individually before they could move the trailer and upright the front end to rescue the driver inside. Because of the accident, officials from Berks County and Lancaster County had to close Route 222 at the Adamson interchange and had to reroute traffic onto Route 272 / North Reading Road for over three and a half hours until the accident could be completely cleared. Southbound drivers were told to get on Route 272 South to bypass […]

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    A crash that occurred early in the morning on Route 30 in Lancaster County between two tractor trailers left four people injured, took down two traffic lights, and left a few utility poles damaged as well. Around 5 o’clock in the morning, a tractor trailer carrying 45,000 pounds of hybrid corn seed evidently failed to slow down enough while exiting off of Route 30 onto Lincoln Highway. It then hit the back of another tractor trailer, when it then veered off the road, hit another car and a pickup truck, and finally crashed into a utility pole. This occurred near Oakview Road in East Lampeter Township, near the Lancaster County Pennsylvania State Police barracks right by where Route 30 becomes Lincoln Highway East. The driver of the truck that veered off the road has been identified by police as Darryl Dixon, 36, of Philadelphia. He was listed as in serious condition at Lancaster General Hospital. The driver of the tractor trailer that was hit is Robert Naugle, 30, of Shippensburg. He was evidently not hurt in the collision. The driver of the car that was struck is Milton Myrick, 48, of Marietta, and he was evidently hurt in the accident. The driver of the pickup truck is David Ebling, 31, of York, and he was evidently not hurt. Witnesses at a nearby McDonald’s stated that they heard a loud noise and saw a damaged truck and wires hanging from the utility pole. Officials stated it would take hours to repair […]