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Two Fatal Car Accidents over the Weekend.

As the wintry mix continues to create hazardous road conditions in the Philadelphia region, two major car accidents led to two fatalities this weekend. Road conditions have been improving and then reverting back to hazardous as the winter/spring weather keeps changing. As temperatures rise and road conditions improve, people tend to drive differently than they Read More

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Texting While Walking – Can I Sue Or Get Sued For A Pedestrian Accident?

You may have seen our post on Facebook about selfie-related deaths in Russia last month (https://www.facebook.com/ThePaganoLawFirmLlc/) and we’re here today with a related public service announcement. Texting while walking can lead to as many, if not more, issues as taking selfies in dangerous places. While texting and walking may seem normal, or easy to do, Read More

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Can I be Blamed For An Accident Caused By Sun Glare?

Sun glare while driving can be deadly. If you’ve ever driven a car, there is a real chance that at some point you’ve experienced a moment where you simply couldn’t see in front of you due to the blinding sun. And, it is well understood that it only takes the blink of an eye for Read More

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With Daylight Savings Come An Increase In Auto Accidents

Next week (March 13, 2016) marks the beginning of Daylight Savings Time, as we move our clocks ahead one hour. This also means one less hour of sleep for most of us Saturday night. But did you know it could also mean more accidents for you on the road? Some studies have shown that any Read More

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Potholes May Cause Auto Accidents.

You may not think of the cusp of the winter/spring season as bringing hazardous road conditions, but one thing you should keep in mind while you’re driving is potholes. Each winter, as moisture falls into fissures in the concrete and asphalt, then freezes and expands, it creates cracks, holes and gaps in the road. And, Read More

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After a Car Accident, Can I Be Compensated For My Pain And Suffering If I Have Limited Tort Insurance Coverage?

As you know, car insurance in any state can be costly. But getting injured in a car accident without having the appropriate auto insurance coverage can be even costlier. Imagine this – you’re driving along and another driver, distracted by his ringing phone, two yelling kids in the backseat, and the fact that he’s late Read More

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Gotten Married Lately?

Marriage is an exciting time for any couple, but in recent months, that excitement may have reignited with GLBT couples, when the Supreme Court ruled this past June that all states must recognize the marriage of same-sex couples. For newly married GLBT couples, this may mean some more paperwork and planning of your wills and Read More

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Clean up in Aisle 7! 6 Figure Jury Verdict in Philadelphia Slip and Fall Case.

While you may know that companies, such as grocery and department stores, have a duty to clean up spills or leaks from roofs to keep their floors dry and safe for their customers and invitees, did you also know that they have to do the same during winter months when people track in snow, ice, Read More

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What Should I do If I Get In A Car Accident?

This winter season sure got off to a blustering start with Winter Storm Jonas blanketing most of the East Coast with record-breaking snowfall. In the wake of the storm, there has been flooding, snow melting, and re-icing. Crews have been working to keep the roads safe and clean, but auto accidents are on the rise. Read More

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Designated Texter: The Hottest New Car Accessory

Certainly the term “designated driver” isn’t new. If you’re going out for a night on the town, expecting to consume a few alcoholic drinks, you designate someone to stay sober, don’t drink and drive for fear of hurting yourself or someone else in an automobile accident. Let’s not forget the likelihood of getting arrested for Read More

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