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Better Make Sure your Auto Insurer Knows Who Regularly Drives your Vehicles

By Neil O'Donnell |

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently, and unanimously, ruled that an “Unregistered Driver Exclusion” in automobile insurance policies does NOT violate the Pennsylvania Law — or public policy. In Safe Auto Insurance v. Oriental-Guillermo, authored by Supreme Court Justice Debra Todd, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held: “In the instant case, the policy contains a clear… Read More »

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Neil O’Donnell Files Complaint for Fatal Motorcycle Accident

By O'Donnell Law Offices |

On May 31st, Dr. Virgil Thomas was killed while crossing the street near his chiropractic clinic in Kingston, Pennsylvania. Thomas was leaving his office when he was hit by a motorcyclist identified as Hazel Resident, Michael J. Ullman. According to the complaint filed by Neil O’Donnell, the impact caused Thomas to fly five feet… Read More »

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How Bad Is the Distracted Driving Problem in Pennsylvania?

By O'Donnell Law Offices |

When was the last time you saw a distracted driving PSA? They are constantly on television, radio stations and social media, but are Pennsylvanians paying attention to them? New statistics say that the drivers in our state are not heeding these warnings, and it’s creating a massive distracted driving problem. Is the Distracted Driving… Read More »

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Raising Truckers’ Allowable Working & Driving Hours Under Consideration

By O'Donnell Law Offices |

Are you aware measures are under consideration in Congress this week that would raise truckers’ allowable working and driving hours, risking even more crashes that would imperil drivers themselves and the motoring public. Senate and House committees are considering raising truckers’ allowable hours from the 60 currently permitted to 73 driving hours per week,… Read More »

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