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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…

  • Who is Legally Responsible for Defects in Construction?

    When a building has a defect, the consequences can be quite costly. Not only is there the cost of rebuilding or other repairs to consider, but if an individual is injured, it can leave them with costly medical bills and lost wages. What is a Construction Defect? Construction defects occur when problems in the initial…

  • Brian M. Marchese Named “Rising Star” for 2020

    The Marrone Law Firm, LLC is thrilled to announce that Attorney Brian M. Marchese has been selected by Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star” for 2020. Super Lawyers is an esteemed service that rates lawyers from all across the country who have demonstrated a high level of legal proficiency and professionalism in their area of…

  • Business Interruption Claims During Covid-19

    As a result of the current Coronavirus pandemic, the lives we knew changed overnight. With mandatory shutdowns, stay-at-home orders, and businesses being forced to close their doors indefinitely, business owners have had to quickly adapt to a “new normal.” Below, we will take a deep-dive into business interruption coverage, including what it is, how it…

  • Covid-19 Scams: What You Need to Know Now

    Covid-19 has reached nearly every continent on Earth. While doctors and researchers scramble to research the novel virus, others are attempting to profit off the pandemic and the current lack of a cure. Are you wondering what types of scams and schemes you need to be aware of? Even worse, were you injured by a…

  • Elements of a Medical Malpractice Claim and Common Types

    The last time you were ill or got hurt, you probably turned to Google to try to figure out what was wrong. While searching the web, you likely realized that your symptoms and signs could point to dozens of different conditions and injuries. How can you determine which cause matches your situation? This effort gives…

  • Did Negligent Security Contribute to my Assault?

    Have you ever felt that tingly sensation that makes the hairs on your neck stand up straight? Have you ever experienced the feeling that you’re being watched? Sadly, if you experience these types of feelings while you’re out in the public and alone, then you could be in serious danger. Getting attacked, robbed or mugged…

  • Apple Employee Dies While Playing Game and Driving a Tesla

    Walter Huang, an employee for Apple and a father of two children, passed away on March 23, 2018 while on Highway 101 in California. He was involved in a collision while operating a Tesla on a stretch of the highway that connects to Highway 85. New information provided by the National Transportation Safety Board shows…

  • New Ban Keeps Employers From Requesting Salary History in Philadelphia

    The city of Philadelphia has recently released a new ban that would prevent potential employers from requesting the salary history of someone who is applying for a position with those employers. In the past, potential employers could ask job applicants to provide details of their salary history to get an idea of what they were…

  • Errors During Surgery: FAQ

    Can you imagine your surgeon walking into the room reeking of alcohol? What if your doctor’s recklessness caused them to amputate the wrong limb? While these scenarios are rare, they have happened. When you visit the doctor’s office or a hospital, you expect medical professionals to treat you with the best care that they can.…

  • Should You Let Facebook Save Images of Your Face?

    Facebook is used by billions of people across the globe and many of those users upload dozens of photos of themselves every single day. This makes Facebook the world’s leading database of photos of faces from all over the world. Facebook has begun rolling out facial recognition software in Europe after the idea was originally…