Crash Leaves No Injuries
Cranberry Township, PA (July 2, 2018) – On Monday night at around 7:00 p.m., an SUV crashed into a house on Pemberley Drive and got stuck in the wall. There were no injuries, but the SUV had to be towed away from the scene. The owners of the house are Deborah and Thomas Riccobelli. More investigation will determine why the accident occurred.
The house used to be a farming field along Glen Rape Road, which means the area has a lot of open space. The accident could have been caused by bad road conditions, or by driving under the influence. If either of these causes were the case, and the family in the house had gotten injured, then a personal injury lawsuit could have been filed. The owners of the home can still file a lawsuit against the driver, especially since their home has been damaged. If the driver was responsible for negligent driving, then the owners could take the necessary legal steps to get compensated for their damages.
At Edelstein, Martin & Nelson, we understand that accidents can be a traumatic experience for everyone involved, which is why we do our very best to make sure our clients are properly represented for their cases. We commit to our clients’ needs, no matter how difficult the case may seem. We know the financial burdens that accidents bring, and we want to help relieve our clients of those burdens. If you, or someone you know, has been involved in a car accident, please call 888-208-1810.