Where does the law meet you in everyday life? Probably in more places than you expect. From hosting your child's graduation party to renewing your auto insurance, our daily lives are filled with legal and safety implications, many we never even consider.
Our blog is here to bring those situations to life, tackling the most common questions and misconceptions we hear related to accidents, injuries, and safety. We also feature our work with local nonprofit partners and share legal news and updates from our law firm. Want to find out where the law meets your life? Read on!
Skills Training is Key to Motorcycle Safety
Nursing Home Abuse Cases Up in PA, But There's Hope
Fortunately, it's not all gloom and doom for Pennsylvania's senior citizens and nursing home residents.
5 Tips to Keep Teens Safe on Prom Night
Please don't underestimate the potential for a prom night car accident. If you're a parent of a teenager, consider these tips to keep your kids safe.
Risky Driving Behaviors Put Millennials at Risk
For certain young adults, long gone are the days of cautiously driving their parents’ aging cars at 16. Now, a recent survey reported that 88 percent of millennials are engaging in more risky behavior on the roads than ever before.
How NOT to Spend National Walking Day
We're not here to tell you how to enjoy National Walking Day. Spend your half-an-hour doing whatever you enjoy most on walks: Go for a hike, go with your family, or take your dog. But we are here to tell you how NOT to spend National Walking Day.
5 Sites to Help Plan the Perfect PA Spring Ride
Whether you're seeking an easy cruise through pristine country roads, or prefer zooming through city streets, we've compiled a list of websites to help you plan a perfect outing.
3 Reasons to Beware Side-by-Side Vehicles
The ATV accident attorneys wanted to point out one statistic in particular regarding side-by-side vehicles: They cause twice as many injuries as their traditional ATV counterparts. Because of that, we wanted to be twice as sure you understood the risks associated with that type of off-road vehicle.
Drive Distracted? Automatic Driver Mode Might be in Your Future
Answering phone calls and dashing off texts might be commonplace for you, but soon, all technological distractions in the car could be cut off thanks to Automatic Driver Mode.
What 2 New Studies Say About Traumatic Brain Injuries
What we know about the brain—both how it functions, as well as how it recovers following a trauma—has evolved over the years, and now two new studies have provided even more insight into the long-term effects of a TBI.
What We Can Learn From the Latest Workplace Injury Stats
If You're Drinking This St. Patrick's Day—Don't Drive
They say that everybody's Irish on St. Patrick's Day—but even the luck of the Irish can't prevent drunk drivers from hurting themselves and others in alcohol-related crashes on what's become a holiday synonymous with drinking.
Auto Accident Victims: Beware Insurance Injury Forms
A new injury questionnaire being used by State Farm deserves a specific mention. The document, sent to people who've been injured in a car accident, asks open-ended questions about both the accident and associated injuries.
5 Things You Need to Know About Driverless Cars
A few years ago, self-driving cars were essentially science fiction. But they’re a real thing now—they’re already on the roads in Pennsylvania and beyond.
4 Things You Need to Know About PA's Motorcycle Crash Stats
Here at Snyder's Riders, we are always looking for ways to improve our riding skills—and we think some of the numbers compiled by the PennDOT will help all our fellow motorcyclists do the same.
Yellow Lights + Dangerous Intersections = Accident Hot Spots
The decision you make at a yellow light—whether to slam on your brakes and screech to a halt, or hit the gas and proceed through the intersection—could very well be the difference between a safe ride to work and a trip to the local emergency room.
4 Things About Light Duty Jobs You Need to Understand
While light-duty jobs are part of the Workers' Comp process, there are a few things you should consider before deciding whether or not to accept such an assignment.
How to Talk to Your Kids About PA's Latest Crash Stats
In Pennsylvania, young drivers caused nearly a fifth of all motor vehicle crashes in 2015, the most recent year for which statistics are available.
PA Alert: Plans to Combat Elderly Abuse Underway in Wake of Theft Case
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro said his office is working in four capacities to help combat elder abuse in the Keystone State
Motorcycle Coverage You Could Be Missing
We get it – insurance is boring. But having enough coverage could protect you and help you get back on your feet if you're ever in a motorcycle accident.
This Winter, Don't Repeat Dangers Driving Habits 'Groundhog Day' Style
While hilarity ensued when Murray's fictional Phil relived the same day over and over, trust us when we tell you that repeating these five cold-weather driving habits can lead you to be a crash culprit.