April is right around the corner. While it's notorious for showers and rainy weather, April's clear days are the perfect invitation to hop back on your bicycle for a ride. We've put together a few safety tips and tricks to make the most of your biking adventures.
For over 150 years, motorcycles have been capturing the enthusiasm and excitement of riders all over the world. But few know how this fascinating form of transportation went from steam-powered, coal-burning bicycles to the gas-powered choppers of today.
If you've been injured in an accident, you might be wondering, "How much money will I get for my personal injury case?" If you've searched the internet, you might have seen something called a Personal Injury Settlement Calculator. They sound great, but beware – they aren't telling you the whole story.
Edgar Snyder & Associates, the Pennsylvania-based law firm that helps injury victims, announced two new hires at their downtown Pittsburgh location.
In 2004, Attorney Zaremski-Young started working as a law clerk here at the firm while she was still a law school student. Almost exactly 11 years later, Attorney Zaremski-Young is now the youngest partner at Edgar Snyder & Associates.
Safe riding gear can make all the difference if you are involved in an accident on your motorcycle. We've put together a list of our top safety picks to take your gear to the next level this motorcycle season.
You may be surprised to learn that regardless of career or workplace, every weekday most employed adults all take part in the same extremely risky activity—driving home from work.
As much as we'd like to eliminate them altogether, car accidents can still happen – no matter how careful you are. So if we can't prevent them, we might as well be prepared if we're ever involved in one. Find out why your camera is your secret weapon after an accident.
To commemorate Women's History Month, throughout March we will be spotlighting some of the amazing "Power Women" of Edgar Snyder & Associates. First on our list: Attorney Cynthia Danel.