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Friday, May 24, 2024

How Social Media Can Impact My Personal Injury Case


Social media has become a big part of so many people’s lives. From staying in touch with friends and family on Facebook to making professional contacts on LinkedIn, social media platforms provide an easy way to let folks know what is going on in your personal and professional life. However, using social media can be problematic when you are involved in a personal injury case. You are focused on getting compensation for the injuries you incurred as a result of another person’s negligence. With all the ups and downs involved in personal injury cases in Pennsylvania, you may feel the need to vent or get moral support from others.


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Wednesday, May 8, 2024

How Negligence is Determined in a Personal Injury Case


If you suffer a personal injury and you think it was caused by another person, you are going to want to get the other person to compensate you for your injuries. From medical bills to lost wages and pain and suffering, you can incur a great many expenses from a personal injury, as well as missing out on some precious time in your life. But in order to get compensated, you will need to prove negligence in a personal injury case. This means that you will have to show that the other party was negligent and that this caused your injuries. Fortunately, a personal injury attorney in Pennsylvania can help you with your personal injury case.


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Sunday, March 24, 2024

“My Child Was Bitten by a Dog”: What Should I do?


Every year in New Jersey, children become victims of dog bites. Despite the best efforts of parents, and even some dog owners, dogs attack kids. This is often either out of the dog fearing the child or the dog being aggressive. Whatever the reason, if your child is bitten by a dog, this can be one of the most traumatic experiences for a parent. Fortunately, there are things you can do to protect your child and get compensated for his or her injuries.


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Tuesday, March 12, 2024

Brain Fog to Clarity: Managing Cognitive Difficulties After an Accident


If you have ever been involved in a major car accident, then you may know that one of the most common injuries is a concussion. This condition is akin to traumatic brain injury and it can be caused by a blow to the head or other blunt force trauma. The symptoms can include headaches, difficulties with cognition, and a condition called brain fog. These can all happen immediately after the accident, or they can begin to manifest themselves hours and even days afterward. The worst part is that it can take a long time to recover from these cognitive difficulties following a collision.


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Friday, February 23, 2024

Common causes of spinal cord injuries in New Jersey


Getting an injury to your spinal cord can be painful and debilitating. Your spinal cord is a bundle of nerves and fibers tasked with sending and receiving neurological signals from your brain to your body.
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Wednesday, February 7, 2024

Distracted Driving in the Garden State: What You Need to Know


A momentary lapse of concentration can lead to a lifetime of problems. Distracted driving is a major cause of traffic accidents. Taking your eye off the road for even a few moments can cause your car to drift out of the lane and into a vehicle in an adjacent or oncoming one. The New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety claims that almost 800,000 accidents from 2012 to 2016 were the result of distracted driving. This is why New Jersey has started cracking down on distracted driving, focusing specifically on the use of handheld devices while operating a motor vehicle.


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Tuesday, January 23, 2024

Ridesharing accident – when the driver or Uber/Lyft is liable


In recent years, an increasing number of Pennsylvania residents have been using rideshare services to get around the state. Unlike regular taxi services that operate on a mixture of time and distance charges, rideshares like Uber and Lyft charge their passengers a flat rate for the trip, whether they are heading to Heinz Field to take in a Steelers game or getting a ride to the airport. As a result, these can be convenient and cost-effective, giving customers the ability to book a ride right from their phones. However, like other vehicles, Uber and Lyft drivers get into car accidents, which can injure their passengers, as well as other motorists. Your ability to collect in such accidents depends on the determination of liability in a rideshare accident.


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Tuesday, January 23, 2024

My dog was hurt in a car accident. Can I collect his vet bills and injuries?


Our pets are a big part of our family. This is why so many folks here in Pennsylvania don’t leave home without their dog. Unfortunately, if you get into a car accident, your dog can get injured or even killed as a result of the collision. While nothing can ever replace your family dog, you can make a claim for the injuries. A great deal will depend on the circumstances of your pet in a car accident and which driver was at fault.


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Tuesday, January 23, 2024

Criminal Case and Personal Injury Case – What to Consider When Both Occur After an Accident?


You are driving around Pennsylvania when you are injured in an accident with another vehicle. However, when the police arrive, they decide to take the other driver into custody. It turns out that the other driver was drunk and has just been arrested for a DWI. Despite what you may think, this is an all too common occurrence. The fact that you will be suing someone who is also facing criminal charges can affect your case.


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Tuesday, January 23, 2024

Personal injury claims in a hit and run accident – What should I do?


Few things are as stressful as getting involved in an auto accident, especially if it results in you getting hurt. If the other driver flees the scene of the collision, this can complicate matters immensely.


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Monday, May 23, 2022

What is Included in a Personal Injury Complaint?


More often than not, a personal injury action is settled before there is a need to even initiate litigation. The insurance company is sent a demand letter outlining the damages and relevant facts associated with the accident and the injuries incurred by the claimant.
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