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Daniel’s Law and Distracted Driving in Pennsylvania

Posted in Distracted Driving, Law, Pennsylvania on March 20, 2017

Distracted driving has long been a problem on Pennsylvania roadways. Though talking and texting is banned, ticketing and verbal warnings have done little to deter drivers from using their phones while driving. However, a new piece of legislation aims to change that. Below, our Philadelphia car accident lawyers explore Daniel’s Law in greater detail. In a unanimous …

What Is the Standard of Care in a Medical Malpractice Case?

Posted in Medical Malpractice on March 13, 2017

If you or someone you love has been injured as the result of a recent medical procedure or substandard care, you might be considering hiring a Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyer and filing a medical malpractice lawsuit. In your research about medical malpractice, you’ve likely heard the term “standard of care.” What is standard of care, …

Pennsylvania’s Guidelines for Self-Driving Cars

Posted in Car Accidents, Pennsylvania on March 6, 2017

What started as the makings of science fiction is becoming a reality. Self-driving cars are leaving the Google campus and auto showrooms and headed to our roadways. Autonomous vehicles have the potential to help save lives and prevent injury by eliminating human error, but we have much left to discover about them, including who is …

Determining Liability in Hazardous Road Accidents

Posted in Car Accidents on February 20, 2017

You may wonder about responsibility if you hit a large pothole and puncture a tire, a piece of construction debris cracks your window, or debris gets lodged in the undercarriage and causes damage. Hazardous road conditions such as potholes, debris, and construction instruments can all contribute to valid accident claims. In road hazard cases, determining …

How to Make an Injury Claim Against Pennsylvania

Posted in Pennsylvania, Personal Injury on February 13, 2017

Personal injury claims against government employees, officials, and agencies differ from claims against private citizens. While Pennsylvania receives a certain degree of sovereign immunity, current laws include a set of exceptions to sovereign immunity listed in Title 42 Section 8522. When Individuals Can File Claims Against the State If the following personal injury incidents involve …

Can I Sue My Doctor for Misdiagnosis?

Posted in Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury on February 6, 2017

Every physician owes patients a reasonable standard of medical care. If a physician fails to perform at the accepted standard and a patient suffers as a result of his or her actions, the patient reserves the right to file a malpractice claim against those responsible. Failing to take appropriate steps during the diagnostic process and …

Do I Have to Report a Minor Car Accident in Philadelphia?

Posted in Car Accidents, Pennsylvania on December 19, 2016

No one likes being involved in a car accident – nor in the legal tangle that follows. In addition to the stress of possible bodily injuries and property damage to your vehicle, you also need to worry about insurance claims and who’s at fault for the accident. You may even need to contact the police or …

What Happens If My Car Accident Injuries Show up Later?

Posted in Car Accidents, Personal Injury on December 12, 2016

Car accidents are stressful events. When your adrenaline is pumping and emotions are running high, it can be tempting to wave off medical treatment. “I feel fine,” you might say. Or you may believe that a minor injury doesn’t need serious attention or follow-up treatment. While the above examples are common reactions to car accidents, …

7 Things to Do After a Hit-And-Run in Philadelphia

Posted in Car Accidents, Pennsylvania on December 5, 2016

Any car accident is stressful, but our Philadelphia car accident lawyers understand the circumstances that cause a hit-and-run accident to be particularly angering and frustrating. Not only have you been injured and sustained property damage through no fault of your own, but you don’t even know who’s responsible in order to seek recourse. Fortunately, if …

Tips for Speaking with Insurance Adjusters After an Accident

Posted in Car Accidents, General on November 21, 2016

Insurance adjusters evaluate loss after motor vehicle accidents to determine the validity of claims. Adjusters often receive performance-based compensation for the ability to quickly and cost-effectively settle claims. If you know the best practices for negotiating with an insurance adjuster, you can advocate for fair settlement terms and recognize when you need further assistance. Tips …

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