Bucks County, Pennsylvania, features highways and even rural roads that semis and other large or heavy truck drivers use to transport their goods. In most cases, truckers make a great effort to drive responsibly and safely. After all, they do not want to experience truck accidents any more than private motorists do.
Defective and dangerous products injure and kill thousands of U.S. citizens each year, many of them Pennsylvania residents. Even when product manufacturers do their best to address potential dangers, injuries can still occur. Sometimes, specific injury hazards do not become apparent until a consumer uses a product. Other times, manufacturers did not take adequate steps to address all possible risks.
You probably do not need us to tell you about the injuries victims may suffer in motor vehicle accidents. It is safe to say that most Pennsylvania residents either have experienced an accident or know someone who has.
Suffering a personal injury is always challenging, but when the damage was completely preventable, it adds to the feeling of victimization. Medical errors, in particular, can increase the suffering of patients by bringing a sense of betrayal to an already troubling situation.