It was reported in March 2009, that Pennsylvania state police announced that two men died after their cars collided on Route 6 in McKean County. According to the authorities, one car was traveling westbound and was driven by Leslie Badanes, 67 from Olean, NY. Ronald K. Gehman, 61 of Port Allegany was behind the wheel of his pickup truck traveling west when he was struck by Badenas vehicle that had crossed over the center lines. Both drivers were killed as a result of the Pennsylvania car crash.
Tragically car accidents are part of today’s society that relies so much on the automobile. Auto accidents change the lives of both the victim and their families. In fact, in the year 2001, over 3 million people were seriously hurt in motor vehicle accidents, and approximately 42 thousand people were killed.
Repairs to your vehicle are important and can be assessed by a body shop. Physical and emotional problems related to your auto accident, however, are a little more complicated to attend to. Some results of an auto accident are pain and suffering, loss of current and future income, impaired physical ability, and loss of enjoyment, just to name a few. After an auto accident, contact Anapol Weiss immediately to begin the process of exploring your options under the law. Do not consider accepting a settlement from an insurance company without first contacting and obtaining a lawyer.
The auto accident lawyers in Pennsylvania at Anapol Weiss handle a multitude of cases involving automobile and truck accidents, as well as insurance issues. They have experience in cases ranging from automobile accidents involving modest injuries to those in which death and catastrophic injuries are the result. They also represent clients in actions against their own insurance companies, uninsured and underinsured motorist cases, when the responsible party either has no insurance or not enough insurance to pay for the damages caused. Please call 1-866-735-2792 for a free consultation.