Drowsy Driving Accidents in Pennsylvania
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Falling asleep at the wheel leads to hundreds of car accidents every year in Pennsylvania alone. In fact, there are many more drowsy drivers on the road than many people realize. Unfortunately, most drivers don't admit to themselves when they are too fatigued to drive and don’t realize how tired they are until it is too late.
Drowsy driving is a preventable issue and an extremely dangerous threat to other drivers on the road. Drivers who cause accidents because they fell asleep behind the wheel or were too tired to react in time to prevent an accident may be held liable for compensating accident victims.
People who are most likely to drive while fatigued include:
- Late night/early morning shift workers
- Shift workers who work more than 50-60 hours a week
- Long-haul truck drivers
- People with undiagnosed sleep disorders
- Business travelers
If you or someone you love has been injured, talk to a Harrisburg car accident attorney at Metzger Wickersham today. You may be owed compensation for the following damages:
- Pain and suffering
- Medical bills
- Vehicle repair or replacement costs
- Lost income
If you or a loved one has been injured due to a drowsy driver, now is the time to call the Pennsylvania car accident lawyers at Metzger Wickersham: (888) 286-2850.
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Metzger Wickersham has been trusted in Pennsylvania since 1888. Since then, we have helped thousands of individuals and families recover after unexpected accidents. Driven by a genuine passion for helping the injured achieve justice, we have a history of achieving excellent results for our clients. You shouldn’t have to pay for another person’s carelessness, nor do you have to go through this time alone. Allow our firm to stand by your side and fight for the full compensation you are entitled to.
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