SEPTEMBER 17, 2012 BY SAMUEL FISHMAN
In the age of texting while driving, it is just a matter of time until you see a driver drifting out of his or her lane while trying to type a message. When a driver drifts out of his or her lane and causes an accident, said driver has violated the law. When a driver violates the law and causes you injury, the Law Offices of Samuel Fishman stands ready to help you obtain a full and appropriate financial settlement.
Under Pennsylvania Law, it has been codified that:
Driving within single lane- A vehicle shall be driven as nearly as practicable entirely within a single lane and shall not be moved from the lane until the driver has first ascertained that the movement can be made with safety.
This means that if a driver leaves his or her lane, without first verifying that doing so is safe, he has violated Pennsylvania Law. If a driver has violated Pennsylvania Law, a jury can be instructed to find the driver Negligent or Negligent as a Matter of Law. This can be a major advantage when negotiating for a significant settlement or trying a case in front of a jury.
At the Law Offices of Samuel Fishman, our attorneys and staff will work to investigate your claim fully to make sure that we take advantage of each and every fact that can help accelerate your case so that you can receive full compensation for your pain and suffering, injuries, and other damages as quickly as possible.
If you have been injured as the result of the negligence of another driver, then you should call the Law Offices of Samuel Fishman today! We will immediately schedule a FREE consultation to show you how our firm will work for you! Also, our firm is committed to our No Fee Guarantee. This means that you will not pay a single cost or fee until we recover money for you. There is no reason to delay. The insurance companies have attorneys working for them. You need experienced personal injury attorneys working for you. Call us today!
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