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Do You Use High Beams in Fog?

Published on Jan 17, 2022 at 4:07 pm in Auto Accidents.

Foggy road

Driving through fog can be scary and confusing. You’re having trouble seeing, so you think to turn on your high beams. But is that the best option? Will your high beams cut through the fog so you can see, or will they make it worse for you?

Is the Person Backing Up Always at Fault?

Published on Dec 29, 2021 at 3:26 pm in Auto Accidents.

Car transmission

Car accidents can happen anywhere at any time—all that needs to be present is a car and negligence. Parking lots are especially dangerous because they’re typically tightly spaced and have cars moving and stopping while being surrounded by other vehicles, pedestrians, and moving objects, like shopping carts.

It’s important to be extra cautious when driving through parking lots, and anywhere else where cars are parked and others are moving because you never know when someone might reverse. But if you’re driving through a parking lot and someone reverses into you, you might be wondering who is at fault? Let’s take a look and find out if the person backing up is always at fault.

Why Wouldn’t Airbags Deploy in a Front-End Collision?

Published on Dec 10, 2021 at 4:18 pm in Auto Accidents.

Why Wouldn't Airbags Deploy in a Front-End Collision

The airbags are one of the most important safety features in your vehicle. When they deploy correctly, they can save you from serious or even fatal injuries. Everyone deserves to have the peace of mind that comes from knowing your car is safe and functional, and working airbags are a critical component of that.

Unfortunately, malfunctions do happen on occasion. There are a number of missteps and mistakes that can happen during manufacturing that result in the airbags failing to deploy. In many cases, the manufacturer can be held liable for injuries that resulted from this problem. If you were recently in a car accident where the airbags didn’t deploy, you should understand the possible explanations for what went wrong.

How Do You Report Debris on the Highway in PA?

Published on Sep 30, 2021 at 7:55 pm in Auto Accidents.

Stick in road

Fallen trees. Fragments of broken traffic signals. Furniture that flew out of the back of a truck bed. Debris on the highway is a major hazard to vehicles barreling at speeds upwards of 65 mph toward these large objects. But reporting road debris is one of the easiest ways to help stop preventable accidents from happening.

Most Dangerous Intersections in Philadelphia

Published on Feb 12, 2021 at 4:28 pm in Auto Accidents.

Philadelphia city street

Intersections are where most accidents take place because they involve traffic and pedestrians crossing paths and require them to strictly follow signs and signals. If a driver isn’t paying close attention to the signals or who’s going through an intersection, it can easily lead to a collision between two drivers or a car and a pedestrian. These accidents are especially dangerous because usually nobody sees them coming and the speed causes catastrophic damages.

Hit and Run Accidents Rising During COVID

Published on Feb 5, 2021 at 3:28 pm in Auto Accidents.

Worm's eye view of car's back tire and road

The COVID pandemic has led to a lot of changes in our everyday lives. Throughout lockdown, many of us have been staying home more than ever, and we only leave for necessities or to work. Because of this, less people are on the road driving. But has this had a negative effect on the amount of accidents there have been? The Philadelphia Police Department claims that with less drivers on the road, people are driving more recklessly.

5 Tips for Safely Driving with Young Children

Published on Feb 5, 2021 at 2:05 pm in Auto Accidents.

front seats of car looking through windshield

Being a parent isn’t easy. Having young children with you all the time makes even the simplest of daily tasks more complicated because you have to navigate doing that task while keeping your children safe. Driving is a prime example of an already dangerous activity that could put your life at risk at any time. With your children in the car, driving can feel even more risky. Not only do you have to focus on the road, but you also have to focus on your children and keeping them well-behaved and safe.

Tips for Driving Through Pennsylvania for the First Time

Published on Oct 23, 2020 at 1:22 pm in Auto Accidents.

green forest road

As a state in the northeastern part of the United States, Pennsylvania has a mix of all the seasons as well as rural and urban roads. When planning to drive through the commonwealth for the first time, there are some things you should consider so you know what to expect along your way. If you come from a place like the south, or an area where you’re not used to switching between rural and urban roads, then you could use some tips of how to drive in our state.

If you get into a car accident while driving through Pennsylvania, you could use the help of a local car accident lawyer from Shrager & Sachs, LLC. Our experienced Philadelphia personal injury attorneys are well-versed in state and local law and know how to build a strong claim for you after an accident that wasn’t your fault. You shouldn’t have to handle this alone—that’s where we can help.

How Dangerous Is It to Multitask While Driving?

Published on Oct 8, 2020 at 5:55 pm in Auto Accidents.

Person looking at phone while behind the wheel of a car

Most drivers have become desensitized to the danger that comes with driving a car on the road with other cars. That desensitization has allowed drivers to believe that multitasking while driving is a completely safe and normal thing to do. In reality, multitasking while driving is distracted driving, which is incredibly dangerous and can easily lead to collisions.

When a distracted driver’s actions cause a wreck that injures you or damages your property, you should feel comfortable taking legal action that holds them accountable. A car accident lawyer from Shrager & Sachs will guide you through the legal claims process and ensure that you feel confident in getting the compensation that you deserve for your injuries.

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