Large Truck Crashes In Pennsylvania #infographic

The trucking industry is one of the largest in the US. It is the preferred shipping method chosen by companies, transporting 70% of the nation’s commercial goods. That’s why large trucks are frequent users of Pennsylvania and New Jersey roads. Nonetheless, because of the responsibility of delivering so many products at the minimum possible time, trucking companies pressure their drivers to drive longer. In turn, this makes drivers sleep less, making them more susceptible to having an accident.

In this infographic by Wapner Newman, you will find how many accidents take place in Pennsylvania, which are the most common injuries and what errors might end up producing an accident. But especially, you will learn how to drive safely around a truck. Finally, remember to rest properly when driving so not to put other drivers in danger, and to call a specialized lawyer in case of an accident to make sure you are appropriately compensated for your injuries.

An infographic by Wapner Newman.

What To Do In Case of a Car Crash #infographic

Car accidents are not an atypical situation. Especially during rush hours, bad weather, night time, etc. In fact, according to the Texas Department of Transportation, over 55.000 car crashes take place in Harris County each year. And lots of them are due to driver negligence, whether it’s a simple distraction, aggressive or unsafe driving habits or driving under the influence.

If you have ever been in any of these kinds of accidents, you probably know that they can bear significant costs, both health and money related. That’s why Houston attorney Terry Bryant wants to explain to you what to do in a car crash so you might receive some financial compensation.

In this infographic, you will find all the steps you have to follow after being in an auto accident. From gathering information from the police, witnesses or taking photos of the scene to getting checked by your doctor, they will all influence the compensation you might receive. So take note and drive safe!

An infographic by Attorney Terry Bryant.