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Crashes can cause emotional problems, not just physical

July 20th 2017

Pennsylvania has over 120,000 miles of roads and highways, the state Department of Transportation reports. Last year, there were approximately 99.8 billion vehicle-miles traveled  along the state’s highways and roads. Most of the time, it’s safe to get in our cars and head to the store, school or even take… Read more...

Medical malpractice – the worst of the worst

July 18th 2017

Doctors are among the people for whom we place the most trust. When we are injured or ill, we rely on men and women with the talent and skills needed to save our lives and the lives of our loved ones. They know best. And the majority of treatments and… Read more...

Dog bites can inflict permanent damage, huge expenses

July 13th 2017

About 1,000 people daily are treated for a dog bite injury at emergency rooms around the country, according to DogsBite.org, a nonprofit advocacy group that works to raise awareness of animal bites, educate pet owners and encourage prevention. The group cited a study by the editor of Animals 24-7 that… Read more...

A history of personal injury law

July 11th 2017

Personal history law has its roots in biblical times, when “an eye for an eye” was expected, and people accused of harming others were told to make things right with their victims by giving back what was taken to begin with. According to legal historians, personal injury law began to… Read more...

The most dangerous cars in America

July 6th 2017

In October, the financial news and opinion site 247wallst.com reviewed data on auto crash tests to determine which vehicles are the most likely to leave their passengers with injuries if the car, truck or van is involved in collision. It came up with the “most dangerous cars in America” and… Read more...

Spinal cord injuries change lives – and can cut them short

July 3rd 2017

The world was stunned when actor Christopher Reeve was paralyzed in an equestrian accident in 1995. If “Superman” could suffer a spinal cord injury and end up a quadriplegic —anyone could. Reeve died in 2004 at age 52 of  complications from an infected bedsore, the Today show reported. Experts at… Read more...

Pedestrians more likely to die in a crash, studies show

June 29th 2017

Walking is fun. It’s also how some people go about their everyday business, whether it’s by walking to work, to the grocery store or to a friend’s house. Walking is good for the environment, saves gas and is a form of exercise that can be enjoyed by people of all… Read more...

Motorcycle injuries, fatalities need justice

June 27th 2017

In Pennsylvania in 2007, there were 225 motorcycle-related fatal accidents, according to an article published earlier this year in the National Law Review. A year later, 239 motorcyclists died on the state’s streets and highways.  Of those who were killed, less than half were wearing helmets. Pennsylvania law only requires… Read more...

Will I win my personal injury lawsuit?

June 22nd 2017

A woman is driving her two children to school. She approaches an intersection and waits for a green arrow to turn left. The school is two blocks away. Her kids, both boys, are chatting and giggling. The light turns, giving the woman the OK to continue. But as she makes… Read more...

Personal injury cases show negligence happens across the U.S.

June 20th 2017

In 2005, the U.S. Department of Justice reported that 60 percent of cases in civil courts across the country involved personal injury claims. The data, released by the department’s Bureau of Justice Statistics, estimated that more than 400,000 personal injury claims were filed that year. More than half stemmed from… Read more...

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