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Motorcycle rider

Pennsylvania Motorcycle Laws Bucks County Bikers Should Know

People choose to ride motorcycles for various reasons: transportation, for recreation, and for several other reasons. Like all motor vehicles, there are multiple laws regarding the use and operation of a motorcycle that bikers should know. Familiarizing oneself with Pennsylvania motorcycle laws is important to protecting one’s safety and ensuring you’re operating your motorcycle within […]

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Traffic violation

Does New Jersey Have a Deadline For Issuing a Traffic Violation?

Yes, usually the deadline that a citizen or police officer, and possibly a judge can issue an NJ traffic ticket against another driver is 30 days after the incident. There are a few exceptions (See N.J.S.A. §39:5-3 below). The NJ Appellate Division just issued new law regarding a case where an NJ traffic violation was

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Rental car

Liability for a Rental Car Accident in Pennsylvania

Determining liability is probably the most challenging aspect of the rental car accident claims process. Rental cars can be covered under numerous policies, from the rental car company to a credit card company, which makes matters particularly confusing. Plus, many rental car customers simply do not know exactly what their coverages are or where to

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PA Government

Suing the Government for Personal Injuries in Pennsylvania

Many people wrongly assume that the law prohibits you from suing the government in Pennsylvania if you were injured on public property or by a government worker. This is not completely accurate. While the government does enjoy a measure of immunity from liability for injury victims’ damages, it is not immune in every circumstance. There

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Pennsylvania Bicycle Laws — 6 Laws All Cyclists Should Know

Pennsylvania Bicycle Laws — 6 Laws All Cyclists Should Know All bicyclists in Pennsylvania should know the rules of the road and exactly what their responsibilities are when traveling. This will help you not only avoid traffic citations and fines, but also serious collisions. Below, we discuss six of the most important Pennsylvania bicycle laws

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