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  • 30-Nov-2017

    Why You Need Uninsured Motorist Coverage

    Car accidents can happen suddenly and leave you facing hefty medical bills and repair expenses. You can usually trust the other driver’s insurance to help you with your expenses, but when the other driver is uninsured or does not have enough ...
  • 13-Oct-2017

    Pain & Suffering Damages: What You Need to Know

    After an accident, you will most likely file a claim for compensation for your injuries. Often, this compensation covers your medical expenses, but you can also claim damages for “pain and suffering.” Just what constitutes pain and ...
  • 25-Aug-2017

    Four Reasons to Always Wear Your Seatbelt

    Seatbelts are extremely important devices, in fact they’ve become so important that every single state in the country requires passenger vehicle occupants to wear them. These laws exist for more reasons than simply charging people fines: they ...
  • 16-Aug-2017

    What to Expect: Personal Injury Claims

    Personal injury claims can vary depending on the unique factors of each case. There are still some common steps that you can expect to take during your claim process, no matter what your case involves. Here are some things to expect during the course ...
  • 8-Aug-2017

    How Social Media Can Affect Your Personal Injury Claim

    Social media has revolutionized the way we communicate, share, and advertise to each other, and it’s also had a profound effect on the legal profession. What you may not realize is just how much of an impact your online conduct could have on ...
  • 13-Jul-2017

    Preparing Your Car Accident Claim: What You Need to Include

    If you’ve been involved in a car accident, it is likely that you will need to prepare a claim to recover damages. Getting ready to file a claim can be a complex process, and neglecting to prepare correctly can lessen your settlement amount. ...
  • 13-Jun-2017

    Dangerous Driving Habits that Increase the Risk of Car Accidents

    Bad habits can be easy to get into, but when you get into bad habits on the road, you could be risking a car accident. Dangerous driving habits can cause accidents, but breaking these habits can help protect you from injuries. Learn more about these ...
  • 17-May-2017

    Protect Your Children From Common Pool Hazards

    Summertime often means that many families are seeking relief from the heat, and a swimming pool is a popular place to hang out. Whether at home or at a local community pool, you can help protect your children from these common swimming pool hazards. ...
  • 19-Apr-2017

    Recovering Car Accident Damages as a Victim of Road Rage

    Incidents of road rage are quite common and, throughout the years, have actually increased. Many often involve personal injury or property damage and, if you have been a victim of it, you might even be wondering if it is possible to sue the other ...
  • 5-Apr-2017

    The Importance of Taking Pictures for Your Car Accident Claim

    If you have been involved in a car accident, you know how chaotic and emotionally overwhelming the situation can be. Your first priority should always be to examine your own condition as well as the condition of others and, if anyone is in need of ...
  • 30-Mar-2017

    Common Federal Trucking Regulations

    Commercial trucks are far more risky to drive than a regular vehicle. Their immense weight, size, and cargo loads make them difficult to control, which means that numerous regulations have been put into place by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety ...
  • 13-Mar-2017

    What To Do After a Car Accident

    Car accidents can happen quickly, leaving you stunned and confused. Emotions often run high, and many people may not know what to do after being involved in an accident. There are many steps to take after an accident, but knowing what to do can ...
  • 23-Feb-2017

    Should I File a Workers' Compensation or Personal Injury Claim?

    When you are injured on the job, you need compensation to help cover your medical bills and to make up for your lost wages while you are recovering. But many workers don’t know the difference between a workers’ comp claim and a personal ...
  • 30-Jan-2017

    Valuable Safety Tips for Cyclists

    Do you like to ride your bicycle? Cycling is a popular method of transportation, exercise, socialization, and many other beneficial things. However, it presents a rather high degree of danger for riders who share the road with vehicles. Bicycles are ...
  • 27-Jan-2017

    Three Ways to Prevent a Dog Bite

    “Man’s best friend” doesn’t always live up to their billing. Every year more than four million dog bites occur in the United States, and about 20% of them become infected, resulting in serious medical complications and ...
  • 13-Dec-2016

    Three Potentially Dangerous Holiday Gifts

    Every holiday season is filled with hot gift ideas that are sure to bring a smile to the face of whoever you give it to. This year is no exception, but there are a few gift ideas that have undergone some scrutiny due to potentially dangerous ...
  • 25-Oct-2016

    Halloween Safety Tips

    Halloween is just around the corner, so it’s important to prepare for any potential hazards both for yourself and those around you. Here are a few quick, valuable tips for Halloween holiday safety. Safety for Your Kids Your kids are probably ...
  • 17-Oct-2016

    Beware the Health Hazards of Spray Foam

    As the temperatures in Pennsylvania begin falling, signaling the start of winter, many homeowners will look to increase their home’s energy efficiency by keeping heat in and cold out through better insulation. The EPA and ENERGY STAR Commission ...
  • 12-Sep-2016

    Online Shopping Leads to Rise in Dog Attacks

    Whether you need medications, groceries, a new car part, or anything else you can imagine, odds are you can have it delivered right to your doorstep thanks to online super-retailers like Amazon or Ebay. This has led to a significant increase in ...
  • 18-Aug-2016

    Stroller Injuries Can Impact Brain Development

    If you have or have had young children, you probably have also owned a stroller or a child carrier to move them around. While these do make transporting a young child easier, strollers and child carriers are some of the most frequently-recalled ...
  • 4-Aug-2016

    The Three Biggest Auto Recalls in History

    Automobiles are recalled for a number of issues frequently, however in certain cases major manufacturing defects have resulted in some of the largest and most critical product recalls in history. These recalls have all presented serious danger to ...
  • 12-Jul-2016

    Beware Distracted Drivers Playing Pokémon Go!

    The mobile game known as Pokémon Go has become an almost instantaneous sensation since its launch. Less than a week later, the app is already rivaling the social media giant Twitter’s mobile platform for data usage levels on mobile ...
  • 14-Jun-2016

    4 Safety Tips for your Swimming Pool

    Beating the summer heat by taking a refreshing dip in a cool swimming pool is a favorite pastime of kids and adults everywhere. Pools can add significant value to your home, and be a great feature for hosting parties, barbecues, and even just summer ...
  • 6-Jun-2016

    Summer Travel Safety Tips

    Summer vacation is a great time to experience the life-fulfilling joy of travel. Whether you are simply making a short trip to a destination just a few short hours away, or traveling halfway around the world, there are a few guidelines you should ...
  • 17-May-2016

    What is "Maximum Medical Improvement?"

    Severe injuries sustained while at work may lead to lasting consequences, such as lifelong pain, loss of ability to perform certain tasks, and a number of other afflictions. Most likely, if this is the case, you are receiving workers’ ...

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