Our website provides a great deal of helpful information about personal injury law in Pennsylvania, but if you’d like to do a little more research on your own, we have collected a few links to help you get started.
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving—Pennsylvania
- Drunk driving is a common cause of serious car accidents in Pennsylvania. Mothers Against Drunk Driving is a non-profit organization that offers information about how to prevent these types of accidents, what to do if you’re ever involved in an accident with a drunk driver, and how to get involved in stopping future drunk driving.
- Pennsylvania Department of Transportation—Driver and Vehicle Services
- The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation offers an array of driver and vehicle services. Visit its website to learn more about driver safety, teen drivers, emergency contact information and more.
- Bucks County DUI Lawyers
- Michael L. Saile, Jr., Esq. focuses his practice on two areas of law. Personal injury and car accidents and DUI Defense. If you have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in Bucks County, Pennsylvania visit www.buckscountyduilawyers.com to look for answers to your questions.
- United States Department of Transportation
- Pennsylvania highways are filled with trucks driving across our state. Truck accidents require extra details about the truck that hit you, the vehicle, and more. Get this extra information when filing your claim from the United States Department of Transportation.
- The Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania: Medical Malpractice
- Medical malpractice cases in Pennsylvania are constantly in the judicial courts. Find out the latest verdicts in other medical malpractice cases in your area.
Dangerous Products & Drugs
- U.S. Food and Drug Administration: Drug Recalls
- If you’re taking any type of medication, it is important that you stay alert to recalls or notices regarding the safety of the drug. On the FDA’s website, you can stay alert on new drug recalls, and studies of the side effects of dangerous drugs.