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Counterfeit Airbag Scams: Could You Be at Risk?

If you recently replaced the airbag in your car, this article is directed at you. Federal agencies are warning consumers about a common automotive scam that’s nearly impossible to detect until it’s already too late: missing and counterfeit airbags. If you were injured by a defective car part, you may be entitled to compensation for […]

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If I Get in a Car Accident, Do I Have to Call the Police?

Hopefully, you will never find yourself in a serious car accident – but if you do, there are a few reasons why it’s important to notify your local police department. Not only are police reports helpful to plaintiffs in personal injury cases, but depending on the circumstances, failure to contact the police could actually get […]

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Who is at Fault in a Rear-End Collision?

Pennsylvania and New Jersey both use a choice no-fault system, which means drivers do not have to prove fault following a car accident in order to be compensated through their own insurance company. However, depending on the the severity of the driver’s injuries, the sort of insurance coverage the driver has, and the circumstances under […]

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Who is Liable for an Uber Accident?

Over the past five years, privately-owned rideshare services like Uber and Lyft have become increasingly competitive with traditional taxicab companies, particularly in major urban centers like Philadelphia. While Lyft, Uber, and similar business models offer cheap and convenient transportation on demand, it’s important for consumers to understand some of the legal issues which can arise […]

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How Often Do Truck Drivers Have to Take Breaks?

Any time you drive on the highway, you’ll probably see dozens of big-rigs and 16-wheelers. That’s because trucking is an incredibly important part of the U.S. economy, accounting for nearly 84% of the revenue generated by the commercial transportation industry. (To put that number into greater perspective, the runner-up – railroads – contribute just over […]

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What Happens if I Wreck a Leased Car?

Between gas, insurance, and maintenance costs, even modest cars can get expensive in a hurry. For people who are watching their budgets, leasing can be an affordable alternative to buying a vehicle. Advantages of leasing a car include a lower down payment, lower monthly payments, and lower costs for repair and maintenance. There are many […]

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What Happens if I Get into a Car Accident without Insurance?

Unlike most states, Pennsylvania and New Jersey both use the choice no-fault car insurance system. Under this system, car accident injury victims can be compensated for medical bills through their insurers, regardless of who was at fault for the accident. Depending on the type of insurance coverage residents of these states select, the types of […]

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