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Pittsburgh Products Liability Lawyers: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Recall

U.S. consumers are being urged to immediately stop using Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones as reports of the phones’ batteries catching on fire continue to surface. Several airlines have banned inflight use of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on planes, and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is advising people to not stow the phones […]

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Pittsburgh Personal Injury Lawyer: GMC to Help Prevent Hot Car Deaths

Since 1998, an average of 37 children have lost their lives in hot cars each year in the United States. In an effort to help prevent similar tragedies from happening in the future, GMC has developed a new technology called the Rear Seat Reminder that will be available on the 2017 Acadia. The new technology […]

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Harrisburg Car Accident Lawyer: Summer Driving Dangers

Most people would logically assume that driving in winter months is more dangerous than driving in summer months due to snow and ice; however, more fatal car accidents actually happen in the summer than during any other season. The period between Memorial Day and Labor Day has been called the one hundred deadliest days of […]

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Harrisburg Personal Injury Lawyers Discuss Grilling Safety

As the weather gets warmer and people begin spending more time outdoors, many will fire up the backyard grill to enjoy their favorite barbecue foods. Following a few important safety tips when it comes to grilling can ensure that you avoid severe injuries that can happen in an instant. According to ABC News, approximately 7,000 […]

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Harrisburg Car Accidents Lawyers: Pennsylvania to Sell Beer in Gas Stations

Despite state law currently prohibiting alcohol and gasoline from being sold at the same location, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) is granting beer licenses to nine gas stations across the state. Governor Tom Wolf implored the PLCB to grant the licenses in an effort to “free the six-pack” and improve customer satisfaction and convenience […]

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Harrisburg Slip and Fall Lawyers: Pool Accidents Largely Preventable

As warmer months begin to approach, many Pennsylvanians will turn to public and residential swimming pools to cool off. However, when pools and their surrounding facilities aren’t maintained to the proper safety standards required by law, slip and fall accidents can occur. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) estimates that an average of 4,900 […]

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Harrisburg Car Accident Lawyer: Safety Benefits of Roundabouts

Some of the most severe car accidents, including right-angle, left-turn and head-on collisions, happen at intersections. Roundabouts are an effective way to reduce intersection accidents and prevent devastating injuries. Roundabouts force turning vehicles to slow down and improve traffic flow. They are also safer for pedestrians. Crossing distances are short, traffic speeds are lower, and […]

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Harrisburg Car Accident Lawyers: Rural Driving Dangers

Although rural areas are home to less than one-fifth of the population in America, more than half of all crash-related deaths occur in such places. Pedestrian, bicycle, and non-fatal accidents also occur more frequently in rural settings. Small towns may lack adequate enforcement of speed limits and red lights, and may also have inadequate roads […]

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Harrisburg Car Accident Lawyers: Be Safe Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day traditionally marks the beginning of summer, and Memorial Day celebrations around Pennsylvania will lead to increased traffic over the long weekend and a greater risk of motor vehicle accidents. Memorial Day is also the start of what is known as the “100 deadliest days” on American roads. Fatal traffic accident rates are highest […]

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Harrisburg Car Accidents Lawyers: Increase in Car Accident Claims

Car insurance companies have experienced a large increase in car accident claims over the last decade in the United States. Higher number of accident claims is bad news for insurance companies because they are often responsible for paying for the damages. Of course, insurance companies exist to make profits. When an increase in payouts occurs, […]

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