October 1, 2010, Erie, PA -- Our newest addition to our car accident library is a recording of an interview that we gave to Rem Jackson earlier this month. Rem Jackson is the President and CEO of Top Practices and he conducts these informative interviews for broadcast through various personal injury media. We had a recording made and offer it free on the site in our Erie car accident library.
September 27, 2010, Corry, PA -- Four people were hurt in a Corry car crash yesterday when their vehicle struck a utility pole on Sample Flats road. State police said that Devin J. Miller, 20, was driving a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am when he tried to pass another car at high speed. He reportedly lost control, struck the utility pole, and spun.
September 22, 2010, Erie, PA -- Yesterday a summit meeting of Obama administration officials and safety advocates met to further encourage laws designed to eliminate distracted driving. Officials suggested that increasingly tough laws regarding texting and cell phone use, a focus on enforcement and personal responsibility are keys to eliminating distracted driving.
September 19, 2010, Meadville, PA -- Cheryl Barnett, 44, was killed yesterday morning in a Crawford County rollover car accident on Route 19 in Cambridge Springs, PA. State Police said the accident happened at 7:40 a.m. Saturday when Ms. Barnett's Chevrolet Truck left the road and struck an embankment.
September 17, 2010, Meadville, Pa. -- A Meadville man was arrested for burning a home at 751 Terrace Street in Meadville today. Police say he was arrested when he returned to watch the home burn.
September 6, 2010, Wattsburg, PA -- Early reports of a two vehicle collision in Venango Township indicate that two teenagers were injured, at least one of them seriously.
We're seeing more and more social media evidence used in personal injury cases every day. Insurance companies and defense lawyers have learned that these media are treasure troves of information that can be used to diminish or destroy an Erie personal injury victim's case. Pictures and comments are taken out of context (sometimes they're posted out of context) and can be used effectively to deny an injured person the compensation to which they'd otherwise be legally entitled.