How Long Do You Have To Sue A Doctor or Hospital For Medical Malpractice?

In Pennsylvania and New Jersey, if you think that you or a loved one was harmed by a doctor or other medical care provider’s malpractice and are thinking of filing suit, it is in your best interest to speak to an attorney as soon as possible.  This is because in both states there is a … Read more

How to Bring a Claim Against a City or the State

A personal injury case that involves a government employee or agency such as a city or state presents unique challenges in Pennsylvania. Such cases occur when struck by a government vehicle, or a slip and fall because of a dangerous property condition at a state-owned building. Government employees and agencies are protected by the Pennsylvania … Read more

What Does It Take To Bring A Medical Malpractice Case?

Medical malpractice claims can be the most difficult, time consuming, and expensive civil cases to bring.  Unlike your typical auto accident or slip and fall case where it can be clear that one side violated the traffic laws, or caused someone to slip and fall, fault in medical malpractice cases is not always as clear … Read more

Is the Sale of Semen Considered the Sale of a Product? Can a Strict Product Liability Claim Ever Be Considered a Claim for Wrongful Life?

Most states have enacted “Blood Shield Laws” under which a person or entity cannot be found strictly liable or to have breached any warranties for the lawful sale and transfusion of blood and blood products.  Therefore, regardless of any warranties given about the quality of the blood or blood products no claim for breach of … Read more