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Lawrence County jury awards $1.6 Million in medical malpractice case

On May 12, 2022, Attorneys Dallas Hartman and Patrick Sullivan secured a $1.6 million against William Gilleland, Jr., M.D., in a medical malpractice trial. After a week long trial in Lawrence County presided over by The Honorable J. Craig Cox... Read More

Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Statute of Limitations

If you suffer an injury or illness at work in Pennsylvania, you can file a workers’ compensation claim to pursue financial benefits if you are a qualifying worker. This type of claim does not require you to prove that someone... Read More

Can I Sue for Nerve Damage Caused During Surgery?

Undergoing surgery always comes with the risk of complications. If you find out that you suffered nerve damage during an operation or procedure, however, there is a chance that it was caused by medical malpractice. Nerve damage is a type... Read More

Is Pennsylvania a No-Fault State?

If you get into a car accident in Pennsylvania, a key question will be, “Who pays for the damage?” While each case is unique, determining financial responsibility (liability) for an automobile accident depends largely on the insurance law in the... Read More

Statute of Limitations for a Workers’ Compensation Claim

If you get injured at work, you may be eligible for financial relief through Pennsylvania’s workers’ compensation system. This is a no-fault system, meaning you do not have to prove that your employer or a coworker caused your accident. You... Read More

How Long Does a Workers’ Compensation Claim Take?

If you get injured while at work in Pennsylvania or Ohio, you have the right to file a workers’ compensation claim for financial benefits. Every company in these states is required to carry workers’ comp insurance. How long it takes... Read More

Proving Causation in a PA Personal Injury Case

In Pennsylvania, if someone else gives you an injury by being negligent, that person or party may be financially responsible (liable) for your related expenses. Negligence is a common doctrine used in personal injury law. It means that someone has... Read More

Pennsylvania Red Light Laws

Traffic control signals are imperative for organizing the flow of traffic and preventing collisions. Running a red light can lead to a catastrophic intersection accident, such as a T-bone collision. In Pennsylvania, the law is clear in requiring motorists to... Read More

Pittsburgh Texting and Driving Accident Statistics

In the Age of Technology, texting and other cell phone use is prominent behind the wheel. Every day, thousands of drivers make the dangerous decision to multitask by using their phones while driving. Sadly, many of these drivers cause serious... Read More

What Is the Most Common Cause of Spinal Cord Accidents?

Spinal cord injuries are some of the worst injuries associated with accidents. A spinal cord injury can permanently affect a victim, causing complications such as paralysis. The spinal cord can sustain devastating damage in many different types of accidents. Most... Read More

How Are Workers’ Compensation Benefits Calculated in Pennsylvania?

According to Pennsylvania’s workers’ compensation law, you are entitled to certain financial benefits after suffering an injury on the job. This includes financial compensation for the majority of your average salary and any necessary medical costs. Unfortunately, insurance companies do... Read More

Can You Terminate an Employee While on Workers’ Comp?

Workers’ compensation is a system put in place to protect employees from having to pay out-of-pocket for accidents and injuries that occur on the job. If an injury takes an employee out of work temporarily, job security after recovery can... Read More
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