Personal Injury Resources
Learn More and Get the Help You Need After an Accident.
The personal injury attorneys at Lundy Law believe the most satisfied clients are informed ones. Though we hope you will come to us with any of your legal questions, we also want to encourage you to utilize the following resources to learn more about your rights after an accident.
Auto Accident Links
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Find information about vehicle and highway safety—including research and statistics, laws, and regulations.
Pennsylvania Historical Crash Facts and Statistics
Download current and archived reports of statistical car accident data compiled by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
New Jersey Crash Record Summaries
Download crash records and statistics provided by the State of New Jersey Department of Transportation.
The State of Delaware Office of Highway Safety
Find updated crash statistics, including the number of fatal crashes each year.
Brain Injury Links
Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA)
Educate yourself about brain injuries—both how to live with them and how the BIAA advocates for brain injury sufferers on Capitol Hill.
Drug and Product Recall Links
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Read about recalls and safety alerts.
Use Health Central as a starting point for learning about prescription drugs.
Locate easy-to-understand information on medications, diseases, conditions, and procedures; also find informative articles and a medical dictionary.
Use this Rx drug search to find generic names for common prescription drugs.
The Merck Publications Online
Draw from this collection of searchable medical manuals published by Merck.
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
Report accidents or injuries that result from unsafe products.
The New Jersey Department of Human Services Division of Disability Services
Browse a comprehensive guide of services available for people with disabilities.
The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry
Use this list of resources for Pennsylvanians with Disabilities.
The U.S. Social Security Administration
Find information about how to apply for disability benefits and how to appeal a denied application.
Other Legal Reference Links
Cornell University Law School Legal Information Institute
Read and understand state and federal laws.
THOMAS Legislative Information on the InternetUse this website maintained by the Library of Congress to learn more about current and historical issues before Congress.
American Association for Justice
Locate information about areas of litigation commonly targeted by tort reform groups.
The Official U.S. Government Site for People with Medicare
Learn about your coverage options, enroll, or check your current enrollment.
U.S. Census Bureau
Look up statistics on almost everything.
Supreme Court of the United States
Use this website as a source for information about U.S. Supreme Court Cases.
Reference this comprehensive legal dictionary.