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March 2016 Archives

AEB systems in vehicles could prevent Pennsylvania car accidents

Pennsylvanian families are torn apart every year by fatal motor vehicle accidents. Many of these car accident fatalities and serious injuries are caused by a delay in braking or braking with insufficient force. However, there are technologies available that could prevent some of these tragedies from occurring.

Brain Injury Awareness Month draws attention to concussions

The month of March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, which gives people an opportunity to take a closer look at common brain injuries and how they can be prevented. Concussions, or mild traumatic brain injuries (TBI), are some of the most typical brain injuries suffered that are caused by a sudden jolt or impact to the head.

Study: unsafe behaviors cause over 30,000 car accident fatalities

Car accidents in Pittsburgh are on the news constantly. The countless lives lost are enough of a reason to look deeper into why these accidents happen. According to a study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, many of these car accidents are the fault of the driver. The study shows that close to 87 percent of drivers engage in at least one unsafe behavior while driving.

What Pennsylvanians need to know about commercial truck law

Each year, countless Pittsburgh motorists are involved in tragic truck accidents on the highways. Commercial vehicles are considerably larger than the average person's vehicle and can cause severe damages when involved in an accident. For this reason, commercial trucks are regulated by federal and state laws. These laws ensure that truck companies and their drivers follow standard protocol when operating one of these trucks.

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