Back in 2003, Pennsylvania legislatures repealed the universal helmet law, loosening the requirements to wear a helmet. Adults over the age of 21 who have at least two years’ experience riding or have completed a motorcycle safety course approved by either the Pennsylvania Department of
On April 17, 2016, Governor Tom Wolf signed Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program into law. This made it legal for residents with one of 17 major medical conditions to use marijuana to alleviate their symptoms. While the law may recognize marijuana use under these circumstances as
Bus accidents can be fatal and catastrophic. And in many cases, they are preventable. Especially when the accident is caused by distracted driving.
On March 31, a pick-up truck crossed the center line of a two-lane road and collided with a church minibus on a rural
The National Safety Council designates a whole month (April) to raise awareness of the dangers of distracted driving and draw attention to the epidemic that it has become. It’s not enough to raise awareness amount young drivers. Society as a whole, including corporate America, must
Employers are responsible for ensuring their employees adhere to the applicable federal agency regulations and federal, state and municipal laws, according to the National Safety Council. (NSC) This includes distracted driving laws.
Employees who cause an accident as a result of distracted driving may leave the
Roads will soon be safer for Philly bicyclists thanks to new state bill generated by City Council
The Pennsylvania General Assembly recently passed a bill introduced generated by City Council Members Bass and Mark Squilla in September 2015 that would authorize” municipalities to raise new revenues
Pennsylvania is one of few states in the U.S. where it is still legal to pick up cell phones and text while driving. While it is illegal in some of the state's largest cities to text while driving, the Pennsylvania General Assembly has still not