As more cars are out on the road every day, the need for safe driving becomes imperative. Too often accidents occur because drivers are distracted by their phones or are simply driving too fast. Distracted driving can be catastrophic when the distraced driver encounters a motorcyclist on the road.
While on the road, drivers are constantly trying to avoid accidents by watching out for other drivers. But sometimes it's not the other drivers that we need to be concerned about. A car accident can occur when anything unexpected disrupts our driving routine.
It is a proud moment for many when they hear the words "you passed" from their driving instructor. The thought of car accidents is far from their minds when they proudly receive their license. But for one man in western Pennsylvania, that proud moment was cut short when he drove the car into a building.
The attorneys and staff at Shollenberger and Januzzi, LLP have decades of experience representing people across the Commonwealth who have suffered personal injury. Attorney Timothy Shollenberger is certified by the American Trial Lawyers Association as one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Pennsylvania and has served with distinction as President of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice [formerly known as the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association]. Karl Januzzi is well known as a top workers compensation lawyer who has achieved many six figure settlements of claims on behalf of injured workers across the Commonwealth. Adam Wolfe was awarded the Rising Star distinction by Philadelphia Magazine, an annual distinction given to the top 2.5% of lawyers in Pennsylvania under 40 years old and is quickly gaining a reputation as a tough, results oriented litigator. Mr. Shollenberger and Mr. Januzzi have been lead counsel in jury trials resulting in verdicts in excess of $500,000. Mr. Shollenberger has been lead counsel in cases in which 7 figure settlements have been obtained on behalf of injured persons in motor vehicle and medical malpractice cases. We do not represent insurance companies, choosing to represent the injured person, particularly those injured on motorcycles or on the job or workplace; people in need of social security disability; people injured as a result of medical malpractice and people hurt by the acts of drunk drivers.