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Are Property Owners Liable for a Slip and Fall Injury?

Slip and fall accidents are one of the most common types of personal injury claims filed in Pennsylvania. Victims of slip and falls can suffer painful physical injuries, substantial medical bills, lost wages and – in many cases – long-term... Read More

Preventing Slip and Fall Injuries in the Workplace

Slip and fall accidents are a leading cause of worker injuries in the United States. These accidents can result in serious and debilitating injuries, including broken bones, sprains, lacerations and head injuries. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, falls,... Read More

Most Common Types of Surgical Error

Medical malpractice refers to mistakes made by health care practitioners that can put patients’ lives at risk. A surgical error is a common type of medical malpractice that is among the leading causes of unnecessary patient deaths. If you or... Read More

What to Do If You Are Hit By an Uninsured Driver

Pennsylvania law requires all motor vehicle drivers to maintain minimum amounts of liability insurance, also known as proof of financial responsibility. Unfortunately, many motor vehicle owners break the law and drive without insurance. If you get hit by an uninsured... Read More

How Can Trucking Companies Prevent Accidents on the Road?

Every year, thousands of victims lose their lives and suffer catastrophic injuries in devastating commercial truck accidents. As victims try to pick up the pieces and recover from an 18-wheeler accident, an investigation may find that the collision could have... Read More

What Are the Dangers of Truck Driver Fatigue?

Commercial truck drivers have a responsibility to protect others who share the road by preventing truck accidents as much as possible. They must operate their large trucks with care and in accordance with all federal trucking laws. This includes hours-of-service... Read More

How to Prove Truck Driver Negligence

Commercial truck accidents are often devastating for the occupants of the smaller vehicle. A collision between a large truck and a passenger car can be catastrophic or fatal for the latter. Many accidents involving 18-wheelers are caused by careless and... Read More

Who Is Legally Responsible for the Actions of a Dog?

Every year, hundreds of victims get sent to hospitals in Pennsylvania for injuries caused by dog attacks. These incidents can inflict serious, catastrophic and even deadly injuries. In Pennsylvania, state law makes those who own and control dogs strictly liable... Read More

Types of Injuries Caused By Dog Attacks

When a dog attacks, the physical and emotional injuries suffered by a victim can be severe. Every year, hundreds of victims visit emergency departments across the US with serious dog bite injuries. Other injuries can also be caused by an... Read More

How to File a Claim for Defective Auto Parts

Vehicle part manufacturers have a responsibility to ensure the reasonable safety of their products. Motorists entrust their lives to automakers. Unfortunately, not all automobile part manufacturers take the proper steps to protect consumers and the public. Defective auto parts have... Read More

Most Dangerous Defective Products

Every year, defective products cause thousands of consumer injuries and deaths. While many defective products have the potential to inflict life-changing damage, certain items have historically resulted in a greater number of serious incidents and recalls than others. From exploding... Read More

Mistakes to Avoid in a Product Liability Claim

A product liability claim is a type of civil lawsuit that can be filed by a consumer for an injury caused by a defective or dangerous product. If you get hurt by a defective item and wish to seek financial... Read More
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