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Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

There’s nothing quite as overwhelming as being the victim of medical malpractice. While it’s common to believe that an error always constitutes medical malpractice, it’s important to remember that a bad outcome doesn’t always warrant a claim. Doctors and other medical professionals are not perfect and because so many common illnesses have symptoms that mimic…

  • Can Social Networks Limit Free Speech?

    The short answer to this important question is “it depends,” as is so often the case in dealing with legal issues. Whether social networks can censor our speech and determine who is and who is not allowed to use their platforms is simply a legal issue. Your relationship with these networks is governed by their…

  • Don’t Become Another Road Statistic This Thanksgiving

    It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is already upon us. Pretty soon we’ll be saying goodbye to 2020 and writing down our resolutions for the upcoming year. Before we get that far, though, we have to get through some major holidays, all of which pose a certain amount of risk you should be aware of.…

  • Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

    There’s nothing quite as overwhelming as being the victim of medical malpractice. While it’s common to believe that an error always constitutes medical malpractice, it’s important to remember that a bad outcome doesn’t always warrant a claim. Doctors and other medical professionals are not perfect and because so many common illnesses have symptoms that mimic…

  • What Are the Most Common Schoolplace Accidents and Injuries?

    Can you believe that the back to school season is already here? While it’s hard for many of us to wrap our heads around just how quickly this year is flying by, it’s important to remember that school can present its own set of dangers. This is why it’s crucial to be prepared for the…

  • Can You Sue if Your Child Was Injured Because of Hazing?

    When parents send their kids off to college, it’s safe to assume that one of their biggest fears is that their child will become a victim of hazing. In fact, statistics from the University of Dayton, Ohio state that about 55% of all college students who are engaged in extracurricular activities have experienced hazing. Perhaps…

  • Federal Prosecutors Order PA and Three Other Governors to Turn Over Data Related to Nursing Home COVID-19 Deaths

    On August 26th, the U.S. Justice Department announced that it had sent requests to the governor of Pennsylvania, along with the governors of New York, New Jersey, and Michigan, seeking information on orders and directives that those governors’ offices issues with respect to nursing homes during the COVID-19 pandemic, with officials at the Justice Department…

  • Right Now is the Most Dangerous Time to be on the Road. Here’s Why.

    It’s hard to believe that the kids will be going back to school soon. While parents and kids alike look forward to the summer season, each year it seems like the season passes by faster and faster. So, while families are preparing for a different kind of school season in the next few weeks, New…

  • What Are the Consequences of Carrying a Fake ID?

    It goes without saying that college opens up a whole new world of opportunities for students. However, not all of these opportunities are safe. Kids feel pressure to fit in, attend parties and engage in other problematic social activities. While the need to be liked and fit in is understood among many people, doing so…

  • Pennsylvania Personal Injury Laws and Liability Rules

    A personal injury occurs when someone is injured due to the neglect or intentional harm of another person. Filing a personal injury lawsuit has varying rules, depending on the state you live in. It is important to know these rules to ensure that you not only file on time, but that you file and meet…

  • Surge in Swimming Pools Result in New Risk for Families

    There’s been a surge in pool sales. According to the NPD Group, sales of pools and other outdoor recreational activities have increased by a whopping 160% in 2020. When asked about the uptick, one Pennsylvania mother of two joked with Good Morning America and said, “I’m pretty sure we got the last above-ground pool in…