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Category Archives: Car Accidents

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Humerus Fractures And Car Collisions

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Your upper arm has a long bone that is called the humerus. One of the bones that creates your shoulder, it is the connecting bone between your shoulder and elbow. It is common for bone fractures to happen due to a car accident. One of the bones that can be broken is the humerus… Read More »

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Some Left Turns Lead To Accidents

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

There are dangers when drivers are making left hand turns. But of course, left hand turns are part of driving and can’t be avoided. Being aware of the risks can help you keep yourself and your passengers safe when navigating New Jersey and Pennsylvania roadways. When healing from an injury that was caused by… Read More »

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Feeling Sore After A Pennsylvania Car Accident?

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Even if you were lucky enough to only sustain minor harm in a car wreck, it is possible you will experience soreness for an extended period of time, ranging from months to years. How long you will experience pain depends on a lot of things, such as your health prior to the collision and… Read More »

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Pennsylvania Car Accidents Need To Be Reported

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After a car accident, many thoughts may be racing through your mind. Some may be questioning if they need to call the authorities or not. In the state of Pennsylvania, you need to report your car accident within five days of the incident. But, it is often in your best interest to have the… Read More »

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Stay Safe On Roads During Storms

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During a storm, the safest driving decision may be to delay your journey. The most dangerous period of a thunderstorm is typically under an hour. If you see a storm happening outside, deciding to wait it out is advised. Similarly, if you know a storm is coming, consider putting off an errand or call… Read More »

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Car Value Can Be Diminished In Accident

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

After a crash, people should attend to physical injuries right away. But, later, after everyone’s health has been assessed, attention will likely turn to possible property damage. For example, you may be wondering if your car or truck is ok, if it will need repaired, or if your vehicle is a total loss in… Read More »

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Construction Work Zone Accidents And Personal Injury Law

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Anyone driving regularly during the summer months notices the increase in road construction. Work zones can be incredibly dangerous, as they may be filled with heavy equipment, have construction workers on their feet in congested traffic, and drivers may be confused on how to navigate detours and unexpected lane mergers. According to the National… Read More »

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Modern Safety Features Can Help Prevent Car Accidents

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

While airbags and seatbelts are important tools in keeping car drivers and their passengers as safe as possible, many more safety features have been developed and implemented in recent years. For example, driver assist technology could save lives and reduce collisions. It is possible we will soon see fully automated systems, meaning less human… Read More »

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Important Questions To Ask Before Working With A Car Accident Lawyer

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

In order to be sure you are working with the right legal team, it is important to ask a lawyer questions before you choose who will represent you. Discussing your case with a potential attorney will give you an idea of what to expect as the process moves forward and how your rights will… Read More »

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Failing To Install An Automatic Braking System And Injuries

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Automatic braking systems are designed to detect issues, such as an impending crash, and avoid the collision. The cars alert the driver and are common in many modern cars. Passengers cars and automatic braking systems will be inseparable soon because the braking systems will be standard in new passenger vehicles by the year 2022…. Read More »

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