Pittsburgh Car Accident Lawyers: Are Pennsylvania’s Speeding Laws Strict Enough?

In a 2015 nationwide study conducted by Wallet Hub that compared speeding and reckless drivinglaws, Pennsylvania has been ranked the 45th strictest state.  Only five other states in the country have less lenient laws and penalties for speeding and reckless driving.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), speeding is a contributing factor in 29 percent of fatal rel=”nofollow” >car accidents, and society’s annual economic cost of speed-related accidents is about $40.4 billion. Speeding and reckless driving can easily lead to serious injuries and death in crashes that could have been prevented.  Pennsylvania’s lenient laws do not reflect the horrific devastation that rel=”nofollow” >car accidents caused by speeding leave in their wake.

Pittsburgh Car Accident Lawyers at the Moyles Law Firm Represent Victims of Speeding Drivers

If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a rel=”nofollow” >car accident in Pennsylvania, rel=”nofollow” >Pittsburgh car accident lawyers at the rel=”nofollow” >Moyles Law Firm will fight to ensure that those responsible for your injury or loss are held accountable for their negligence and recklessness.  We have been helping car accident victims recover compensation for their injuries throughout Pennsylvania for more than 30 years.  rel=”nofollow” >Contact The Moyles Law Firm online or call 412-281-1055 or 717-233-5400 to schedule a free consultation with an aggressive, experienced rel=”nofollow” >personal injury lawyer in Pittsburgh or Harrisburg.

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James Richard Moyles

Licensed since 1979

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