Philadelphia Freeway Pile-Up Crashes and Liability

Pile-up crashes can happen at any time on a freeway, and the more traffic, the more risk of a pile-up injury accident. But who is liable for injuries in these accidents?

Multi-Car Pile-Up Sends One to Hospital and Closes I-95:

First responders had their hands full during the morning commute Thursday, April 30, 2020, when at least six cars piled into each other. Police had to close the southbound lanes of I-95 near the Betsy Ross Bridge to pull the cars to the side.

Police say that a 40-year-old woman was injured and was transported to the hospital. There is no word on how the accident started, but traffic cameras show at least 6 cars on the shoulder of the road most with damage to the front and or back of the vehicle.

Multi-Car Crashes Bring Multiple Insurance Lawyers:

With a multi-vehicle crash, there are multiple insurance companies involved in settling the claims, and each one is often going to try to point the finger of blame anywhere but on their client. This can be a problem, especially for those who are unrepresented by an attorney.

Who to blame in a multi-car pile-up crash is more difficult than it seems. Usually, there is more than one person to blame because each car is going to most likely be held responsible for the damage to the vehicle in front of them.

However, an injured individual might be a victim of multiple negligent parties.

What If You’re Injured in a Pile-Up Accident?

At The Pearce Law Firm, Personal Injury and Accident Lawyers, P.C., we have helped people involved in pile-ups, and we know the tricks of the insurance company and more importantly, we know the law.

For each of your injuries, all negligent parties should be held responsible to pay you compensation. It may be that more than one insurance company will be paying for your injuries. It also might be that your insurance might have to be used to pay for some of the other victims’ injuries.

No matter the case, you need to have someone on your side who knows how the law is supposed to apply to your unique situation.

Contact a Philadelphia Auto Accident Lawyer.

After any accident involving a serious injury, contact a highly rated Philadelphia Auto Accident Lawyer such as Edith Pearce. Unlike the huge firms with dozens of attorneys and many different attorneys handling different aspects of your case, Edith Pearce is personally involved in every case that we handle. She genuinely cares about her clients and you will not be treated like just another case or file.