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Car Accidents

Every collision is different and there is no telling what types of injuries victims could suffer. You could get hit in the face or suffer a traumatic brain injury that causes visual impairment. Over time, the injury could get much worse, greatly diminishing your eyesight. Our Harrisburg car accident lawyers may be able to help […]

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While turning left is often much more dangerous than turning right, right-turn collisions can still cause significant injuries. While there are many reasons for these collisions, it usually all boils down to a failure to yield the right of way. Have you been involved in a right-turn collision caused by another driver’s failure to yield […]

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What To Do After a Crash on a Rural Road in Pennsylvania

Posted on behalf of Schmidt Kramer on April 12, 2024 in Car Accidents

Did you know the risk of dying in a car accident is 62 percent higher when the incident happens on a rural road? This finding is from a study by the Governor’s Highway Safety Association and is based on national data. However, state-by-state data may not be that much better. In 2023, there were 33,356 […]

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Filing a Claim for Hearing Loss From a Car Crash in Harrisburg, PA

Posted on behalf of Schmidt Kramer on April 05, 2024 in Car Accidents

Hearing loss from a car accident is not as common as many other car crash injuries, but it can happen. Sometimes car crash hearing damage is a direct result of a blow to the side of the head, while other times it is a side effect of another injury. Below, Schmidt Kramer discusses how hearing […]

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Find Out the Top 10 Traffic Violations in Pennsylvania From 2018-2022

Posted on behalf of Schmidt Kramer on March 26, 2024 in Car Accidents

What is the most common traffic ticket issued in Pennsylvania? If you guessed speeding tickets, you are correct by a wide margin. Data gathered by PA Courts InfoShare reveals 21 percent of traffic citations issued between 2018 and 2022 were for speeding. In February 2024, PA Courts used the data to create an infographic called […]

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Anyone involved in a crash could suffer severe injuries, including the driver who caused the accident. Sometimes the at-fault driver dies while the victim survives. This can raise questions in victims’ minds. Can they still seek compensation from the at-fault driver? Does his or her insurance policy still provide coverage? Below, Schmidt Kramer’s licensed attorneys […]

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Can I Add Scarring or Disfigurement to My Harrisburg Car Crash Claim?

Posted on behalf of Schmidt Kramer on March 19, 2024 in Car Accidents

Scarring or disfigurement caused by a crash leaves victims with a lasting imprint of the trauma they experienced. These permanent reminders create difficult physical and emotional challenges for the victims. In this blog, Schmidt Kramer explains how scarring or disfigurement could occur in a crash and your potential options for seeking compensation. We understand the […]

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At-fault drivers make a lot of arguments about why they should not be held liable for a crash. While many of these arguments are flimsy, some may sound reasonable. For example, if the other driver says he or she had a seizure or briefly lost consciousness. The question is whether the law allows drivers to […]

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What Harrisburg Car Crash Victims Need to Know About Hip Pain

Posted on behalf of Schmidt Kramer on February 23, 2024 in Car Accidents

A hip injury caused by a Pennsylvania car crash can be extremely debilitating. These injuries are often incredibly painful and may dramatically affect your mobility. Schmidt Kramer discusses some of the most common hip injuries caused by collisions, as well as the symptoms, treatment options and long-term complications that may result. Those who suffered hip […]

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Who is at Fault When a Car Crashes into a Building in Harrisburg, PA?

Posted on behalf of Schmidt Kramer on February 21, 2024 in Car Accidents

There are many different types of car accidents, including some that involve the surrounding environment, like nearby buildings. These accidents are often caused by impaired drivers or those who mistakenly hit the accelerator. Elderly drivers are also at risk for these collisions, as they may have impaired vision and delayed reaction time. You may think […]

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