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What Can Be Done If You Suspect an Executor Is Stealing From Your Parents’ Estate?

An executor of an estate is usually named at the time a will is created. The executor can be anybody that the testator chooses to carry out the instructions they’ve left to regarding distribution of their property. Given the importance of this role, the person chosen to serve as executor is usually somebody who already Read More

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Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

Doctors are universally respected, with good reason, and hold a high place in our society.  However, even the very best doctors have bad days.  Unfortunately, when a doctor has a careless moment or day, there can be catastrophic results to the patient.  For example, the failure to order proper and necessary testing can lead to Read More

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New Animal Protection Statute: Act 10

As of August 28, 2017, Pennsylvania has a new animal protection statute, Act 10. Signed into law on June 29, 2017, Act 10 represents the first major change to Pennsylvania’s animal cruelty laws in nearly thirty years. Act 10 garnished strong support from the Pennsylvania legislature after the story of a rescued dog named Libre Read More

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Should I Talk to the Insurance Company After a Car Accident?

Handling a lot of motor vehicle collision cases, I am often asked by injured motorists this question. First, when we are talking about “The Insurance Company,” it is important to make sure we understand that in a usual, two-vehicle accident, there will be two insurance companies involved (or two adjusters from the same company if Read More

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A Quick Overview of Pennsylvania’s Criminal Penalties for DUI

In Pennsylvania, people charged with driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol face serious penalties upon conviction, even if it’s their first offense. The legal blood alcohol content (BAC) limit is .08 percent, and some individuals may test over that limit after having just a couple drinks. The following are the standard penalties for DUI Read More

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What Is Pennsylvania’s Comparative Negligence Law?

If you have been injured in an accident, you may seek compensation from the parties you consider liable to cover medical bills, lost wages and other damages you’ve suffered. However, it is important to know that Pennsylvania is a comparative negligence state, which means you could see the compensation you receive reduced if you are Read More

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What to Do After a Car Accident in Pennsylvania

The aftermath of a car accident can be chaotic, especially if there are injuries or significant property damage involved. However, taking some key steps right away can protect your interests in the future if you need to seek compensation from the at-fault parties or their auto insurance providers. Once you pull over to the side Read More

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What To Do if You Have Been in an Automobile Accident

Automobile accidents can happen to anyone at any time. If you are involved in an accident, it is important to do all of the following: 1. Get Help: Stay Calm and call an ambulance for anyone who is injured.  If anyone is in need of medical attention or if any of the vehicles involved need Read More

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Personal Injury Litigation

We represent injured people from all walks of life who have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence.   Whether you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, a trip or slip and fall accident, because of a defective product or due to medical malpractice, if you are harmed as a result of Read More

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I Have Been Injured By Another’s Negligence, How Long Do I Have To Make a Claim, and Does the Same Time Period Apply to a Minor?

In Pennsylvania, a statute of limitations exists which serves to limit the amount of time within which a person may bring a lawsuit.  The Statute of Limitations for personal injury matters (automobile accidents, medical malpractice, slips and falls, dog bites and product liability claims) is typically expires two years from the date that another’s negligence Read More

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