Autonomous & Semi-Autonomous Car Accidents in Pennsylvania

Posted on July 13, 2022
Advanced technology is placing more and more autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles on the road. When automated cars work as they are designed to, they can be safe and convenient. However, equipment and technology failures can result in serious and potentially deadly collisions. As a result, many questions revolve around liability for autonomous and semi-autonomous...
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Nursing Home Facilities & Wrongful Deaths

Posted on July 13, 2022
When negligence on behalf of a nursing home facility is responsible for or contributes to a resident’s death, surviving family members have the right to file a wrongful death lawsuit. Wrongful deaths are preventable and mean a resident would be alive but for the improper medical care, abuse, or neglect committed by the staff....
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What are Pennsylvania’s Firework Laws?

Posted on June 17, 2022
Pennsylvania law essentially divides fireworks into three categories: “Consumer-grade” or “Class C” fireworks, “aerial shells,” and “display fireworks.” Residents can legally purchase Class C fireworks that contain up to 50 milligrams of explosive material, but all others are off-limits.  What Restrictions Exist For Fireworks in Pennsylvania? Before 2017, Pennsylvania residents could only purchase non-aerial...
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Can I Recover Damages From Drywall Dust in Pennsylvania?

Posted on June 17, 2022
Workers who suffer long-term symptoms or illness due to drywall exposure on the job may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits to cover medical expenses and partial lost wages. Typically, employees cannot hold an employer legally responsible for an illness because of workers’ compensation insurance. Still, there are some cases when an employer or...
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What are Pennsylvania’s Moped Laws?

Posted on June 17, 2022
Mopeds are used by many in Pennsylvania as an economical means of transportation. Their small size dramatically increases fuel efficiency, reduces traffic congestion, and is cheaper to maintain. Since they are not quite bicycles, unique state laws apply to mopeds and their use.  Moped Definition In Pennsylvania, a moped is referred to as a...
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Do Workers Compensation Settlements Pay for Pain, Suffering & Emotional Damages?

Posted on June 17, 2022
Employers carry workers’ compensation insurance to pay for the medical bills of employees injured on the job and partial lost wages for the time they miss from work. These benefits are supplied regardless of who was at fault. Unlike a personal injury claim, a workers’ compensation settlement will not pay for pain, suffering, and...
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