In Pennsylvania, drivers, front-seat passengers and children must wear seatbelts. Serious injuries and death can be prevented by using seatbelts. However, even with the proper use of a seatbelt, injuries and deaths can still occur.

Although Pennsylvania requires most passengers to wear seatbelts, Pennsylvania Courts do not permit evidence to be admitted during a trial regarding the use (or failure to use) a seatbelt. Therefore, even if you were not wearing your seatbelt, recovery for your injuries is still possible.

If you or a family member has been injured in a vehicle accident, please use our Contact Form or call us now at 1-888-4-WFJ-LAW. There is no fee for an initial consultation on personal injury cases. Additionally, since personal injury cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, there is no charge for our services unless you receive money for your case.

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