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My Baby Has Cerebral Palsy or a Brain Injury. Is it Possible That Cerebral Palsy or Brain Injury in a Baby Resulted From Medical Negligence?

It is entirely possible that cerebral palsy or a brain injury which is present in a baby from the time of his or her birth is a consequence of medical malpractice or negligence in the process of delivery.  Understanding the causes of a brain injury or cerebral palsy resulting from delivery requires a brief lesson Read More

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I Was Hit By A Driver Who Has No Insurance Coverage. What Can I Do?

Studies have determined that one of seven (7) drivers in the United States may be uninsured, and one study in Philadelphia several years ago found that nearly one-half of motorists in Philadelphia were uninsured.  When an uninsured driver is “at fault”, and causes another person injury, what are the options of the innocent injured party? Read More

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What is Medical Malpractice, and How Do I Know if I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

At the most basic level, the legal theory that justifies a medical malpractice claim is exactly the same as that involved in an automobile accident case:  Just like the operator of a motor vehicle has a responsibility to other drivers to operate his or her automobile in a careful manner, a physician has a duty Read More

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How Can You Recover Compensation in a Car Accident Case?

Perhaps somewhat illogically, your right to recover money for injuries which you sustain in an automobile accident in Pennsylvania depends to some degree on the choices that you make when purchasing your own automobile insurance. Because of this, it is very important that you understand your options when you purchase automobile insurance. If you purchase Read More

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PA Supreme Court Addresses “Error in Judgment” Jury Instructions in Medical Malpractice Cases

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently held that “error in judgment” jury instructions are prohibited in medical malpractice cases, ending a long-standing debate as to whether such an instruction should be permissible.  In Passarello v. Grumbine, et al., 2014 WL 502490 (Pa. 2014), the Court was faced with the issue of whether the jury should ever Read More

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