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Philadelphia, PA – Multi-Vehicle Wreck & Injuries Reported on I-95 at Ridley Park

Philadelphia, PA - Multi-Vehicle Wreck & Injuries Reported on I-95 at Ridley Park
September 21, 2022

Philadelphia, PA (September 20, 2022) – Authorities said that several people suffered injuries in a multi-car crash that took place in the greater Philadelphia area on Tuesday evening, September 20th.

The incident happened around 9:45 p.m. on the northbound-southbound side of I-95, near Exit 8 to Ridley Park.

After the event, police from Philadelphia and emergency medical personnel from the surrounding region responded immediately. Unfortunately, the cause of the incidence is yet unknown.

The investigation into the accident’s causes is still ongoing, however. The investigation is still underway, but investigators have requested any anyone with information to come forward.

We wish all injured victims a speedy and complete recovery.

Pennsylvania’s Car Crash and Injury Rate

Rear-end accidents were the second most frequent kind of accident involving two vehicles in Pennsylvania in 2014. Every driver should be extremely careful on Pennsylvania’s roadways, where over 20,000 accidents involving several vehicles occur each year.

Careless driving almost always results in a collision with the car ahead of you. Disobeying stop signs is the leading cause of rear-end crashes in Pennsylvania. In some cases, it is evident who is to blame for a rear-end accident, while in others, the events leading up to the disaster are unknown.

When the front of an automobile is damaged, it is customary to disregard the back. However, deadly outcomes in instances like as head-on collisions are still possible. Accidents of any severity, especially those at the back, may result in serious injury and expensive property damage.

When another car hits you from behind, the severity of your injuries is mostly decided by the speed of the other vehicle at the moment of impact. The majority of rear-end crashes occur when one driver abruptly stops, forcing the car behind them to collide with them. Furthermore, even at low speeds, fender benders may result in severe injuries. When the seat belt is fastened, for example, the seat reclines automatically. If you hit your seat or headrest while driving quickly, you might face serious repercussions, some of which may not become apparent for hours or days.

If you were not at fault for the accident but had serious injuries as a result, the person who caused the collision may be forced to pay your medical expenses and lost income.

If a driver is permanently disabled as a result of their injuries, an insurance company may look for loopholes to avoid paying for long-term care or lost income and earning potential. Even if the victims’ injuries were not their fault, businesses and major insurance conglomerates may try to avoid paying in order to protect their bottom line.

Spear Greenfield will help you in and out of court, whether in Philadelphia or elsewhere in Pennsylvania, to fully resolve your claim. If you or a loved one has been harmed in a car accident in Pennsylvania, contact us at (215) 600-0681; we’ll put you in touch with an attorney who is well-versed in Pennsylvania law and will work hard to build a strong case in your favor and get the justice you deserve.

Note: Our team of writers uses secondary sources to produce this post, including local and state media and news sources, local and state police incident reports, social media platforms as well as eyewitness accounts about serious accidents that take place in Pennsylvania. For that reason, if you find any information that is not correct, please contact Spear Greenfield Personal Injury Attorneys as soon as possible so that we can update the post with the most accurate information available. A post will be removed upon request. 

Disclaimer: The photos used in this post were not taken at this accident scene. All information contained in this post is informational and not intended to be considered legal or medical advice. This post is not a solicitation for business.