Moon, PA – Two Hospitalized After Car Accident on Flaugherty Run Rd

Moon, PA (May 14, 2022) – Two people were sent to the hospital after an auto accident in Moon Township. The incident was reported shortly before 1:00 p.m. on Friday, May 13. 

According to information from local sources, two vehicles were involved in a collision on Flaugherty Run Road. What led to the crash remains under investigation by authorities. 

Police said two people were transported by ambulance to an area hospital for treatment. The roadway was shut down for some time while crews worked to secure the area. 

Photos from the crash site show a vehicle with heavy damage that was flipped onto its roof. Authorities are still investigating what caused the collision to occur. 

Traffic was backed up in the area while responders worked at the scene. Police asked local motorists to use alternative routes while crews were present. 

Our thoughts are with those involved. We hope for their full and fast recovery. 

No further information has been reported at this time. 

Pennsylvania Auto Accidents

Moon, PA - Two Hospitalized After Crash on Flaugherty Run RdCar accidents are a leading cause of severe injuries and death in the United States. Automobile accidents rank 5th on a list of the top ten causes of injury in the nation, according to information provided by the Centers for Disease Control. On average, the United States sees more than 30,000 fatal auto accidents per year. About 3% of those deaths happen in Pennsylvania. There are more than 1,000 people who lose their lives per year in the Keystone State due to car crashes. 

Being hurt in a car crash is painful and scary. Injured crash victims may not know where to turn for help if they find themselves struggling to make ends meet after they are hurt in a wreck. The average cost of successfully recovering from serious injuries is about $57,000. The cost of an ambulance ride alone is about $900, while the average price of an emergency room visit is about $3,300. The question is, depending on the circumstances of a crash, who is responsible for paying these bills? 

Assuming you have health insurance, your policy should be able to pay your medical bills related to your crash. However, if it turns out that someone else is responsible for the collision that caused your injuries, your healthcare provider has the legal right to seek reimbursement for all medical costs paid on your behalf from the responsible party. 

By law, you are responsible for your medical bills, regardless of medical payment coverage or health insurance. Due to this, it is essential to seek total and fair compensation for the damages you endured due to your recent accident. If you were not responsible for the accident, the recovery amount you receive depends on the personal car insurance coverage or the number of damages. Therefore, retaining the services of a skilled car crash lawyer in Pennsylvania is the key to maximizing your recovery. 

Contact a lawyer as soon as you can to get started on your own personal path to recovery after you were injured in a car crash caused by a negligent driver. You deserve to be compensated for the damages you may have endured due to another person’s negligent actions. Scanlon & Wojton Attorneys at Law have been successfully helping injured crash victims recover full and fair compensation for decades. We work hard to make sure you are able to recover financially, physically, and emotionally after an accident. 

Contact our law firm as soon as you can at 412-918-1241 to be connected with a skilled and experienced car crash lawyer in Moon.

Note: We utilize outside sources when creating this post. We have not independently verified all of the facts surrounding this incident. If you locate any information that is not correct, please contact our firm so that we can update the post with the most accurate information available. 

Disclaimer: This blog is not a solicitation for business. None of the information in this post is intended to be medical advice. If you are injured in an accident, seek medical attention immediately. The information in this post is not legal advice. The photo used in this post is not from the accident scene described in this blog post. 

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