Factors That Determine If You Have A Pennsylvania Motorcycle Accident Claim

If you were involved in a motorcycle accident in Pennsylvania an obvious factor on whether you have a claim is who was at fault – you or the other car? And according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation almost two-thirds of the time the accident is caused by the other car and not the motorcyclist. … Read more

The Symptoms and Causes of a Ruptured Spleen

The spleen is a delicate organ, located directly under the ribcage on the left side of the body. This fist sized organ helps the body fight infection and filter blood, making it both vitally important, while also extremely vulnerable.  Any sort of forceful impact, trauma, or blow to the left side of the abdomen has … Read more

Eight Most Common Eye Injuries and Their Causes

From car accidents and workplace injuries to medical malpractice and slip and falls, eye injuries are common among accident victims and victims of negligence. All parts of the human eye are incredibly delicate, so it stands to reason that eye injuries can be quite serious and even life-altering, especially in the most severe cases. Eye … Read more

How To Tell If You Have A Concussion After A Car Accident?

Although much attention is given to concussions and severe head injuries in sports, car accidents represent the bulk of these injuries. There is no doubt that sports injuries can be incredibly serious. In fact, they are the cause of roughly 20 percent of all traumatic brain injuries. However, approximately 28 percent of all traumatic brain … Read more

Signs You May Have Internal Bleeding From a Slip and Fall Accident

A slip and fall accident can result in various injuries that can range from mild to severe. While most of these injuries will be visible and easy to identify, such as bruises and lacerations, it is not uncommon for a slip and fall victim to suffer internal bleeding due to the accident. Unfortunately, internal bleeding … Read more

Recognizing the Signs of Sepsis

Sepsis is a serious, life-threatening bodily response to infection that, if left untreated, will cause accelerated tissue damage, organ failure, and death. Sepsis results in the hospitalization of more than one million people each year and is one of the leading causes of disease-related deaths in the U.S. Knowing the signs of sepsis can help … Read more

How Should I Respond to and Reject a Lowball Settlement Offer From an Insurance Company

After being involved in a serious car accident, your first priority will be to seek medical attention for yourself or any other injured parties in your vehicle. But after seeking care from medical professionals, your next step will be to start communicating with the at-fault party’s insurance company. The insurance company will most likely reach … Read more

Spring Safety Tips for Pennsylvanians

Spring is just around the corner — and with increased activity comes an increased potential for accidents. Unintentional injuries can be life-changing, and Americans absorb a lot of them. According to the CDC, there are 39.5 million physician office visits for unintentional injuries each year. Some of these accidents are quite serious. More than 60,000 people 45 … Read more