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Halloween Pedestrian Safety

Choosing a costume, trick-or-treating – Halloween is an exciting time for kids. But there are certain safety concerns that parents should know about. In addition to basic “stranger danger” concerns, parents and kids need to be cautious while travelling between houses. Children are twice more likely to be hit and killed by a car while Read More

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Trust in Self-Driving Vehicles Following Fatal Crash

The fatal crash involving a pedestrian and one of Uber’s self-driving cars in Tempe, Arizona has brought attention to the debate surrounding the regulation of this technology. Self-driving cars use sensors to detect or see obstacles around the vehicle. Currently, there are no federal standards in place regarding the reliability of these sensors. Proponents for Read More

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Zoning and Motor Vehicle Accidents

The relationship between zoning ordinances and traffic patterns might not be the first thing that comes to mind when considering the factors which contribute to a motor vehicle accident. A recent article in the Philadelphia Inquirer shows that zoning can play a huge part in the likelihood of motor vehicle accidents in a given location. The article Read More

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Using PIP as a Pedestrian

The number of pedestrians struck by vehicles is on the rise. As a pedestrian, it is important to know who is responsible for paying your medical expenses after an accident. Pedestrians who are Pennsylvania auto insurance policy holders should make a Personal Injury Protection (PIP) claim, and submit their medical bills to their auto insurance up Read More

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Pedestrian Commuters on the Rise

A November 2015 report released by the Government Accountability Office states that there are more pedestrians on the road than ever before: nearly one million more people reported walking or biking to work in 2013 than in 2005. Unfortunately, along with the increase in pedestrians comes with an increase in pedestrian related traffic accidents. The Read More

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