New Developments in DUI Law

Over the summer, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a ruling that immediately impacted the way DUI cases are prosecuted and defended in Pennsylvania. The Court ruled that a driver who is arrested under suspicion of DUI may not be subjected to a warrantless blood test to test for alcohol — but may be subjected […]

Red Cross Summer Safety Tips

Protect your family from illness and accidents this summer. According to the Red Cross, “Whatever kind of vacation people are planning, sprains and falls are some of the most common misfortunes they may face. Sprains are the most common injury for someone on a cruise, along with contusions and other superficial wounds. Going to the […]

Do I Need an Attorney?

The more complicated the issue you’re facing, the more likely it is that you will need to hire an attorney to help you understand the law and represent your rights. Most important, hiring an attorney will give you peace of mind knowing that you have an experienced professional on your side. Are you comfortable representing […]

Anoxic Brain Injury: A Case for Malpractice

Having a medical procedure presents a variety of risks, including those associated with intubation (having a breathing tube inserted and removed) and anesthesia. Among the risks is anoxic brain injury (learn more) — a condition that results from total lack of oxygen to the brain. When the brain is deprived of oxygen, even for a […]

Hoverboards: Fun or Safety Fail?

There’s no denying that the hoverboard – an electric, hands-free, self-balancing, two-wheel scooter – was one of the hottest, and hardest-to-get, holiday gifts in 2015. It was also the most controversial. It seemed as soon as hoverboards hit the market, social media and YouTube exploded with stories of serious injuries and battery fires. So, what’s […]