Police Involved Accidents
In Delaware County and Chester County, Pennsylvania, police officers, cops, detectives and other types of law enforcement officials perform duties that protect and serve their respective communities. Sometimes, perhaps during a high speed chase a police car can be involved in a car accident.
If law enforcement officials do not practice proper driving techniques, even when attempting to apprehend someone, they can cause a motor vehicle accident. In these accidents you, as well as your loved ones, can be seriously injured. If you, or a family member, have been hurt or injured in a Delaware County, Pennsylvania police vehicle accident please do not hesitate to contact our firm for help.
Injuries Suffered in an Accident With a Police Squad are Diverse
Many times injuries caused during a police vehicle accident can be more serious and more severe than a typical car accident. This is due to the fact that often times cop cars operate at a higher rate of speed than a civilian vehicle. They may also be less cognizant of what is going on around them due to being so heavily focused on the pursuit or pulling someone over.
Common injuries may be:
- Broken Bones
- Head, Neck & Back Injuries
- Joint & Ligament Injuries
- Wrongful Death
If You Have Been Injured in a Police Involved Car Accident call the Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello
Just because your accident was caused by a police officer operating in the line of duty does not mean that you do not have rights that need to be protected. If you were injured due to the negligent driving behaviors of a Pennsylvania police officer you may still be entitled to damages, compensation and benefits. Call our Delaware County, Pennsylvania car accident attorneys at the Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello at 610-892-4940 or contact us online.
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