Long Term Effects of Traumatic Brain Injury

Posted on November 30, 2022
The brain is the control center of the body. It is the most complex organ in the human body. It sends messages to different parts of our body, it interprets our senses, it controls our body movement, as well as our behavior. The average adult brain weighs about 3 pounds and consists of fat,...
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Do Drunk Driving Accidents Increase During the Holidays?

Posted on November 30, 2022
Everyone loves the holidays. They are an exciting time for most people because they get a day off work, they can celebrate with friends and family, and they can plan a quick getaway from home. The holidays also means more drivers on the road and traffic congestion resulting in frustrated drivers. If you find...
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5 Common Personal Injury Myths

Posted on October 31, 2022
After a preventable accident caused by another party’s negligence, many victims refrain from filing a personal injury claim. Often, their reason for not doing so is because of the following five common myths.   If you believe your injuries are minor after a personal injury accident, there are multiple risks in failing to file or...
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Common Signs of Medical Malpractice

Posted on October 31, 2022
Doctors and other medical professionals are trusted to do what is best for our health, but unfortunately, that is not always the case. However, since mistakes can be made, it is important to be aware of the common signs of medical malpractice.  If you have followed through on all recommended treatments, taken all prescribed...
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Who is Liable in a Nursing Home Fall Accident Case?

Posted on October 31, 2022
The party responsible in a nursing home fall accident case can vary depending on the circumstances. However, nursing homes are obligated to ensure that residents do not suffer preventable harm. Therefore, nursing homes can often be held liable for a fall accident.  Like businesses, nursing home facilities are required by law to provide a...
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What are Pennsylvania’s Tort Laws and What Do They Mean?

Posted on October 31, 2022
“Tort” laws address how victims injured by the negligence of another party are protected and entitled to compensation. In Pennsylvania, residents have tort coverage on their car insurance policies. However, you can choose between “Limited Tort” and “Full Tort” coverage.  When motorists in Pennsylvania choose limited tort coverage, they cannot sue an at-fault driver...
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