Rear-end Collision in Salem Township

On August 17, 2022, around 6:30 a.m., a rear-end collision in Salem Township, Pennsylvania resulted in serious injuries. This occurred on Route 66 at the intersection of Route 22. The driver who suffered serious injuries was sitting at a red light when his car was rear-ended by a driver who failed to stop. The accident caused major damage to both vehicles and affected traffic for hours.

Cases like this help to illustrate the concept of “liability” in personal injury cases.

Essentially, “liability” means who is legally at fault for an accident. 

Whoever is liable will be responsible for the property damage and any injuries suffered. When one driver is legally stopped at a red-light and that driver is rear-ended by another driver that was not paying attention, who is at fault is usually straight forward.

Unfortunately, rear-end collisions at intersections are common. Our personal injury attorneys work with clients who are injured in rear-end collisions on a regular basis. Finding out why one driver was distracted can help solidify liability. Our attorneys work with responding police officers to find out exactly why the other driver was distracted. Proving liability early in a personal injury case can help you resolve your case quickly.

If you have any questions regarding a rear-end collision or a car accident case, Bononi & Company, P.C. is here to answer any of your questions. We provide free consultations for car accident cases. You can call us at 724-832-2499.


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