Do You Have A Case if You Need Surgery to Your Back After an Auto Accident?

If you have had an auto accident that was a significant enough impact to require you needing back surgery there is a good chance you can bring a civil claim for your auto accident against the other driver.  This is in part because most accidents involving back surgery involve rear-end collisions.  There are a variety … Read more

Do You Have a Case for a Fracture or Broken Bone You Suffered at a Nursing Home?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention between 50% – 75% of elderly patients suffer a fall at a nursing home each year.  However claims for falls at a nursing home aren’t limited to long term elderly residents. They can also happen to younger, short-term residents recovering from surgery, or to family members … Read more

Do You Have A Case for a Fractured Hip from a Fall?

A fractured hip can be a devastating injury that greatly affects your mobility and can drastically change your life. According to the Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention one out of five falls causes a serious injury such as broken bones. Over 800,000 patients a year are hospitalized because of a fall injury, most … Read more

What Do You Do If You Are Injured at Someone’s Home or Business?

Business and private property owners in Pennsylvania are legally bound to ensure that their properties are safe for visitors. Generally, when injured on another property due to the owner’s negligence, the owner can be liable for a person’s injuries depending on whether the injured person is an invitee, licensee, or trespasser. These three classes of … Read more

Does Living In Pennsylvania Affect Your New Jersey Auto Accident Claim?

New Jersey, like Pennsylvania, is a “no fault” state – meaning that your car insurance will provide you medical benefits coverage (known as personal injury protection coverage) up to the limits you chose in your auto policy regardless of whether you were at fault for the accident. Like Pennsylvania, New Jersey also has an auto … Read more

Can You Sue A Property Owner After Slipping On Snow And Ice?

Snow and icy conditions often cause injuries such as fractured ankles, wrists, arms and many others. Individuals can pursue a personal injury claim against the property owner for these injuries. However, Pennsylvania courts apply the “Hills and Ridges” doctrine that serves as a defense for property owners. The “Hills and Ridges” doctrine only applies to … Read more

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit

The only thing worse than losing a family member, is when their death is caused by another’s negligence or wrongdoing. If that is the case, you may want to investigate the cause of your family member’s premature death, but the legal proceedings can be quite overwhelming, especially while still in shock and grieving for the … Read more