Philadelphia What To Do If Car Insurance Doesn’t Cover Your Accident Costs
  What if Car Insurance Doesn’t Cover Costs? After a car crash, bills mount up rapidly. Your vehicle may be totaled or need major repairs, and your medical bills may be astronomical. If you have had serious injuries, you will have expenses for an ambulance, emergency room and hospitals, diagnostic tests, medications, and doctor and surgical bills. Then you may have recurring bills for future treatments and rehabili...
Philadelphia Is There a Solution to Philly’s Traffic Woes?
Traffic congestion in Philly is so bad that the American Transportation Research Institute ranked the Schuylkill Expressway-Vine Street Expressway in their 2019 list of “Top 100 Truck Bottlenecks” in the nation. During rush hour, ATRI says, average speeds there dropped 5.88% from 2018 to 2019. Traffic backups are annoying and bad for your health, and they can also lead to accidents. According to the Pennsylvania Depa...
Philadelphia Don’t Take Pics of Emergency Vehicles
Roadside emergencies with responders’ lights flashing and sirens roaring may be fascinating, but when drivers take pictures of the emergency, they create a dangerous situation and can become the next victim of a crash. A recent survey by the National Safety Council and the Emergency Responder Safety Institute revealed that 71% of U.S. drivers take photos or videos when they see an emergency vehicle on the side of the ...
Philadelphia Will More Traffic Cops Make Philly’s Roads Safer?
Anyone driving in downtown Philly knows that traffic and congestion is horrendous.  Not only is there more gridlock, but we're seeing more crashes. Last year, the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia reported 103 traffic fatalities —including eight children. Despite these problems, a count of police citations shows that enforcement of traffic law has been declining in recent years. Solving traffic issues is not ...
Philadelphia Smartphone Addiction is Claiming More Lives on Our Roads
Smartphones are fun and make our lives easier, but our addiction to them has put us at a significantly higher risk of dying in a car crash. With new technology constantly emerging, there are more and more temptations to use phones for texting, browsing the internet, navigation, audio, and music -- all activities that dangerously distract drivers from concentrating on the road. Drivers were “observed manipulating their ...