Posted on Jun 25, 2013
Schmidt Kramer Senior Partner Charles Schmidt recently prevailed in an important appellate case decided by the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court. As a result fo the case, bystanders injured as a result of high-speed police chases have another Pennsylvania decision to cite in favor of setting aside governmental immunity in tort claims against police departments following a recent Commonwealth Court decision — even if it isn’t the police car that hits them. For more on the Cornelius v. Harrisburg Police Bureau opinion go to the following link or contact us at Schmidt Kramer.
If you, or a loved one, are injured in a Central Pennsylvania car accident because of another driver or company who may have been driving distracted, drunk or caused a Pennsylvania wrongful death, contact an experienced Central Pennsylvania injury lawyer at Schmidt Kramer. We can answer any questions or concerns you have about a Central Pennsylvania injury accident in Harrisburg, Carlisle, Lancaster, Camp Hill, Hershey, Lebanon and all of Pennsylvania.
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