Friday, May 9, 2014

State College Sees Decline In Traffic Fatalities

Good news for residents of State College, PA!  New statistics show that the number of traffic-related fatalities has largely dropped in the past several years.  Many of these numbers reflect a reduced amount of fatalities related to no seatbelt use, speeding, and alcohol consumption.  However, some subsets of traffic-related fatalities actually increased.  The number of deaths involving distracted driving increased by 57 in the past year, as well as deaths related to head-on or side-swipe crashes.  For more information on the new statistics, please click here for the original article

If you are involved in a car accident, most states, including Pennsylvania, have at least one section on the incident report dedicated to distracted driving violations.  Fines and charges may increase if you are cited with one of these violations.  In addition to fines and charges for distracted driving, you also are putting yourself and others in danger.  Attorney Stoehr represents those injured through no fault of their own, including automobile and pedestrian accidents. Call today for your free case evaluation 814-946-4100 or visit his website at

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