Pennsylvania Auto Accident Kills Two

A two-car crash in Warren County killed two people, according to this news report. The fatal auto accident occurred when a pickup truck collided with a sport utility vehicle on Route 6 in Columbus Township. The driver of the pickup attempted to pull out of a driveway into Route 6 when he drove into the path of an SUV driven by a 20-year-old man.

Police say the man tried to avoid the collision, but that his vehicle struck the truck. The impact caused the pickup to roll over to its left side. One person was ejected from the vehicle. The driver of the SUV and a passenger were transported to an area hospital with injuries. Police say none of those involved in this accident may have been wearing seat belts.

Auto and truck accident cases in Pennsylvania can be extremely complex. The causes for car crashes could range from drunk driving, negligence, recklessness, dangerous roadways or defective automobile. Some auto accidents, such as the incident previously described, may involve multiple defendants and claims against auto makers or even governmental agencies. In various other cases, Philadelphia car accident lawyer Jim Ronca has seen auto accident cases often involve uninsured or underinsured motorists.

The experienced Pennsylvania auto accident lawyers at Anapol Weiss handle a variety of cases involving car and truck accidents. We also deal with insurance issues and have represented clients in actions against their own insurance companies, uninsured and underinsured motorist cases where the at-fault party does not have car insurance or lacks sufficient coverage to pay for damages caused. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a Pennsylvania car accident, please call Anapol Weiss for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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