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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…

  • Car Accidents: Proving Fault

    Overview Car Accidents In every car accident claim, the parties must settle the issue of who was at fault for the accident – or in terms of the law – which party was negligent. In many cases, identifying the party at fault is a matter of clear common sense. However, when trying to pursue a…

  • What Is Required to File a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?

    Filing a Medical Malpractice Claim in Pennsylvania Medical malpractice cases are among the most complicated personal injury claims that one can file. Medical malpractice lawsuits often involve expert testimony about complicated issues like the standard of care and causation. Though the exact requirements for filing a medical malpractice lawsuit can vary from state to state,…

  • What to Do Immediately After a Car Crash

    Steps to Take After a Philadelphia Car Accident One minute you’re driving along, and the next you’re sitting in the aftermath of a collision. You’re most likely puzzled over what has just happened and completely shocked. Regardless of who is suspected to be at fault for the accident, there are a number of steps you…

  • Multi-Vehicle Collisions and Chain Reactions

    Who is At Fault for a Multi-Vehicle Crash in Pennsylvania? When you’re in a multi-vehicle crash, determining fault becomes extremely complicated. Additionally, the level of damage can be very high. Below, we’ll get into more detail about how to determine legal liability in these types of situations. How is Fault Determined in a Multi-Vehicle Crash?…

  • Uber Accidents: Do You Have a Personal Injury Case?

    Statistics Covering Uber Accidents and Injuries The growth of ridesharing services such as Uber has been explosive. Uber now offers ridesharing services in more than 65 counties, with over 15 million trips taken on the Uber platform each day. However, with that growth comes an increase in Uber accidents and injuries caused by Ubers. A…

  • Spinal Cord Injuries

    The Physical Impact of a Spinal Cord Injury Spinal cord injuries tend to be among the most severe and life-altering injuries that people suffer in accidents. Spinal cord injuries tend to cause problems ranging from mild swelling and back pain, to significant, lifelong injuries like permanent paralysis. Spinal cord injuries are incredibly delicate injuries that…

  • Things to Know About Personal Injury Claims

    Overview Personal Injury Claims Everyday, people throughout the United States are injured because of the wrongful or negligent actions of other people. Depending on the circumstances surrounding the injury, those who are injured may have a valid personal injury claim against the responsible party, but others may not. If you are injured in an accident…

  • Legal Mistakes to Avoid After a Car Accident

    Car Accidents Overview When you get into a car accident, the physical and emotional trauma you sustain from the accident can cause you to make certain decisions that can have a lasting impact on any insurance claim or personal injury claim you decide to file because of the accident. In fact, one bad decision while…

  • Can a Business be Held Liable for a Personal Injury?

    Elements of a Personal Injury Case in Philadelphia It’s estimated that a small business that earns an average of $1 million per year will shell out about $20,000 settling lawsuits each year. Many of these lawsuits involve injuries to the business’s consumers. There are three main elements to a personal injury case: A duty of…

  • Traumatic Brain Injuries: Causes and Consequences

    Fatalities from Traumatic Brain Injuries The Center for Disease Control (CDC) reports that an average of 153 Americans pass away each day from traumatic brain injuries (TBI). Those who aren’t killed by their TBI are forced to suffer the effects of it for an extended time, sometimes until they pass away from other causes. It’s…