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Several Injured in Summit Township Tractor-Trailer Accident

On Monday evening, a tractor-trailer accident with a car injured several individuals. The collision occurred around 4:30 pm in Summit Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania, in the vicinity of Route 422 and Bonniebrook Road. Although the condition of the victims and cause of the crash are unknown, at least three people were taken via helicopter from the scene of the tractor-trailer accident. Many factors come into play to cause tractor-trailer accidents. In some cases, the tractor-trailer driver may be engaging in drowsy or reckless driving, or even be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. If the driver does not operate the vehicle with safety in mind and crashes into another vehicle, all parties involved in the accident may sustain personal injuries or potential fatalities. Pennsylvania Truck Accident Lawyers Eisenberg Rothweiler Serve Car Accident Victims If you or your loved ones sustained personal injuries in a truck accident, contact our Pennsylvania…
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Man Fatally Crushed by Safe Deposit Box in Cheltenham Township

A safe deposit box fatally crushed a man on Monday afternoon. The fatal incident occurred around 1 pm at the former Cheltenham Mall in Cheltenham Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania at an old Wells Fargo bank. The man who was 35-years old and an Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania resident attempted to relocate a large safe deposit box with two other co-workers. They placed it on a lift, and then it fell on top of the man who was fatally crushed. Industrial accidents are common in unsafe work environments or workplaces that house dangerous equipment. Unfortunately, employees may already be aware that they work in a hazardous environment, but that does not prevent accidents from happening. Workers may sustain personal injuries or potential fatalities while at a workplace that does not protect its employees. Pennsylvania Construction Accident Lawyers Eisenberg Rothweiler Protect Workers in Industrial Accidents If you or someone you love sustained personal injuries in an…
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Six Individuals Hospitalized After Cecil Township Car Fire

Six individuals were sent to the hospital after a car fire on Sunday night. The fire started in Cecil Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania near the corner of Chartiers Run Road and O’Hare Road. There is no word yet on the severity of the victims’ injuries or what may have caused the fire. When a car fire occurs, it is possible that the origin of the fire stems from a defective part in the car itself. An undetected faulty fuel system may cause a serious fire, especially when a car accident takes place. Car occupants could sustain burn injuries or fatalities if the fire is uncontrollable or an explosion sparks a fire. Pennsylvania Product Liability Lawyers Eisenberg Rothweiler Represent Auto Defect Victims and Their Families If you or your loved ones sustained burn injuries in a car fire due to an auto defect, contact our Pennsylvania product liability lawyers at Eisenberg…
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