Philadelphia, PA (June 12, 2022) – A multi-vehicle incident occurred in the greater Philadelphia region on Sunday, June 12, just after 6:00 p.m., resulting in probable injuries to two drivers and the passengers in those two vehicles.
According to the Philadelphia Police’s investigations, the event occurred in the eastbound lanes of I-76 between Girard Avenue and Spring Garden Street. For unknown reasons, two drivers collided in the left lanes of traffic. Police say that, as the two motorists were apparently merging, it is suspected that one of them sideswiped the other, causing a collision involving additional vehicles as well as significant damage to all of the cars involved.
First responders were sent to the scene to aid any and all people who had been harmed. At least one person was injured as a consequence of the incident; however, no information on the type or severity of those injuries, nor their present status, is available.
At this moment, investigations into the particular circumstances surrounding the incident’s cause are still underway. Witnesses and anybody else with information on the incident should call the Philadelphia Police Department as soon as possible.
We send our heartfelt thoughts and best wishes to the victims and their families, and we wish them the best of luck in their recovery.
Highway Auto Accidents Throughout Philadelphia County
According to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s most current figures, there were a total of about 10,100 automobile accidents recorded in Philadelphia County last year (the highest reported in any county throughout the Commonwealth). Furthermore, there are an average of about 30 automobile accidents every day in Philadelphia County.
Sadly, roughly 12,000 multiple-vehicle accidents were recorded by Philadelphia County authorities in just one recent year alone.
When compared to other major cities, Philadelphia has one of the highest rates of traffic-related fatalities per 100,000 population, making it one of the worst cities for road deaths in the country. To be more precise, there are 6 fatalities per 100,000 inhabitants in Philadelphia, compared to 2.87 deaths per 100,000 people in New York City. When compared to these and Los Angeles, which has 5.74 deaths per 100,000 people, Boston has the lowest rate in the nation with 1.93 deaths per 100,000 persons.
Accidents are stressful and unpleasant situations that may make you worry about the future while also making you feel powerless in the present. If you were in a car accident that wasn’t your fault but was tragically caused by a careless or inattentive driver, the situation becomes much grimmer.
Because we care about our clients, the attorneys at Spear Greenfield work hard to provide straightforward advice that is easy to understand, avoiding the use of superfluous legal jargon that would make the process even more difficult. In other words, our attorneys will work tirelessly and diligently to help you understand important aspects of your case, such as the procedure for filing a personal injury claim, information about the time limits for filing a personal injury claim, an explanation of how to file a personal injury claim, and a strategy for determining who is responsible for your injuries.
At Spear Greenfield, we are seasoned trial lawyers who are passionate about fighting for our clients in the most difficult times of their lives. We understand that our clients and their families are going through some of the most trying moments of their life, which is why our caring and compassionate lawyers will carefully analyze your personal injury claim, doing everything necessary to guarantee that you get the greatest amount of compensation for your suffering.
Calling (215) 600-0681 as soon as possible will enable you to speak with a Philadelphia automobile accident attorney about how we may be able to assist you and your family and get started on your accident claim.
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