Though mass transportation can be a valuable asset to any individual’s commute, there is a chance that buses and other vehicles could be involved in a crash. When car accidents do involve public transport, it is possible for numerous individuals to become injured. If those injuries are serious, multiple legal claims could potentially result from a single incident.
The loss of a loved one can weigh heavily on the surviving family members, especially when the death comes about unexpectedly. Car accidents are a common cause of sudden deaths, and families may find themselves considering their legal options for seeking justice and compensation. In many cases, negatively effected individuals may also be waiting for answers as to how the fatal event occurred.
When traveling on the road, many individuals may witness actions of other drivers that could put innocent lives at risk. These actions could include driving the wrong direction, failing to heed traffic signals or numerous other factors. Unfortunately, any of these actions could cause serious car accidents and leave other drivers and passengers with serious or fatal injuries.
Two individuals were killed after the car in which they were passengers was involved in a serious car accident. The accident occurred in Philadelphia on a recent Friday morning in April. When Pennsylvania residents’ loved ones are killed in similar car accidents, they are typically entitled to file wrongful death claims in relation to the accidents.
An accident occurred in Monroe Township that resulted in the death of one individual and injury to three others. A school bus collided with a vehicle that was carrying three out-of-state Latter Day Saints missionaries. When car accidents like these occur that result in the serious injury or death of Pennsylvania residents, they or their loved ones are typically entitled to file a personal injury suit — or wrongful death suit in the event of a death — against the responsible party.
A driver in a car accident that took the life of a young woman was recently charged in connection with the fatal crash. An 18-year-old Belleville woman was behind the wheel when an accident occurred that killed a 20-year-old Bloomfield woman. When fatal car accidents like these occur due to a driver’s negligence, loved ones of the deceased are typically entitled to file a wrongful death suit against the party or parties believed responsible.
One woman was killed and three other people were injured recently after they were struck by a car. Police say that the out-of-state woman was outside of her car on Interstate 78 when she was hit; the incident occurred on a Friday in late December in Lehigh Valley. When Pennsylvania residents are killed in car accidents that were the result of another individual’s negligence, their loved ones are typically entitled to file a wrongful death claim against the responsible party or parties, depending on the degree of liability of each party.
A man, as well as the company he worked for, was recently ordered to pay nearly $32 million to a family whose boy was killed by the man in a car accident that took place in 2012. The Kittanning man was driving a truck and crashed into the family’s car. When fatal car accidents like these occur in Pennsylvania, the victims’ families may be entitled to file a wrongful death claims against the party or parties responsible.
A car accident took the life of a couple in Bucks County recently. The fatal crash occurred on a recent Tuesday evening earlier this month. When car accidents occur that result in Pennsylvania residents’ deaths, their loved ones are sometimes entitled to file wrongful death claims.