According to the Traffic Safety Facts 2008 Report compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over 2.3 million intersection-related accidents took place in 2008. As a result of those collisions, nearly 7,800 people died and about 733,000 were injured. Of those crash-related deaths, around 10 percent were caused by someone running a red light.
Legal experts from Pennsylvania and around America have been watching the development of the self-driving car with great interest. This new technology, currently allowed to be tested in only four states, shows the promise of utterly transforming America's roads and the motoring experience.
According to statistics compiled by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the risk of people dying in a car accident in Pennsylvania and nationwide has declined by more than a third over the last three years. However, car-related fatalities remain a significant problem in the U.S.
Someone in Pennsylvania confronted with losing parental rights because of a drug test may want to insist on a second chance. A study released by the Institute of Forensic Medicine indicated that hair tests, which have been considered highly accurate, can produce false positives for marijuana use.
Pennsylvania residents who are going through a divorce may suspect that their spouse is trying to hide assets. A few red flags that indicate this may be happening include concealing details of financial transactions, unusual withdrawals from bank accounts and rerouting of mail. It may be necessary to hire a forensic accountant in order to detect this financial fraud.
Pennsylvania residents likely heard that Caitlyn Jenner was involved in a motor vehicle accident in February 2015. On Sept. 30, prosecutors in California decided not to charge Jenner with vehicular manslaughter.