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December 2015 Archives

Building a case against negligent truck drivers

Truck traffic is inevitable in Pennsylvania. Trucks are responsible for taking consumer goods in and out of the state. Without trucks, Pennsylvania residents would not have access to cheap consumer goods or the natural resources people need to live comfortably. There are many advantages to shipping these types of goods via truck; not only is it cost-effective, but it is also quick.

Motor vehicle requirements for Pennsylvania employers

Workplaces across the state of Pennsylvania rely on motor vehicles in order to do their jobs. Many people either operate motor vehicles, or work around them in the workplace. In these situations, people may not realize the danger that they are in. However, motor vehicles can cause serious damage to the people working near them if an accident occurs. Therefore, precautions must be taken in order to ensure that motor vehicles are safe for workers.

Sanitation worker killed in Williamsport car accident

Williamsport, Pennsylvania residents know that it can be difficult to remain safe on the job. Employers throughout the state needs take precautions in order to avoid unnecessary accidents and injuries to workers. However, there are still situations where unexpected accidents occur leaving workers with serious injuries. In many of these cases, every precaution was taken to avoid such an accident.

Do truck drivers need to report accidents in Pennsylvania?

Commercial trucks travel through Pennsylvania on a daily basis. These trucks are responsible for carrying a variety of types of items through the state. Without these trucks, many Pennsylvanians would not have access to important consumer goods. However, these trucks come at a cost.

Commonwealth v. Candice Steinbacher – Motion for Judgement Acquittal Granted

Motion for Judgment of Acquittal for a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) prosecution was granted by Lycoming County President Judge Nancy L. Butts, after Attorney Kyle Rude argues that the Commonwealth could not prove Ms. Steinbacher was in actual physical control of a motor vehicle. Ms. Steinbacher was arrested after Williamsport City Police believed she switched seats with her boyfriend in order to avoid an arrest for DUI.

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