Do You Have A Case For A Faulty Knee Replacement Surgery?

In more than 95% of patients a knee replacement will last up to 15 – 20 years without issue.  Unfortunately, there are times when patients have significant complications following a procedure for total knee replacement soon after that surgery.  This can lead to the need for additional surgeries (called revision surgeries). It can also result … 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

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

Can An Employee Who Is Injured On The Job And Receives Workers’ Compensation Benefits Still Bring A Claim Against His Or Her Employer?

Normally when an employee gets injured at work and her employer is at fault, the employee can only recover workers’ compensation benefits – meaning coverage for her medical bills and roughly two thirds of the employee’s lost wages.  By Pennsylvania statute, 77 P.S. §481(a) recovery of workers’ compensation benefits by an employee is the exclusive … Read more