Personal Injury Blog

What Happens When a UPS Truck is in an Accident?

People send and receive packages all the time, and companies like UPS have trucks on the road every day. If you are in an accident with a UPS truck, call for help and contact a lawyer. After an accident with a UPS truck, your attorney can help you investigate the accident. Law enforcement will likely […]

When Can Injured Workers Sue for Pain and Suffering?

If a workplace injury left you seriously injured, you might be able to sue for pain and suffering, depending on who the negligent party is. Injured workers can sue negligent third parties for pain and suffering, unless an exception applies that allows them to sue their employers. To recover compensation for your non-economic damages from […]

What Happens if I Slip and Fall at a Public Pool in Philly?

Public pools can be risky places for slips and falls, especially when surfaces get wet. Areas like pool decks, changing rooms, and showers are all places where such accidents are likely to occur. These accidents can lead to potentially devastating injuries. If you slipped and fell at a public pool in Philadelphia, then you may […]

What to Do if a Family Member Dies in a Car Accident in Pennsylvania

Car accident deaths cause irreparable damage to victims’ surviving family members. If your family member recently died in a car crash in Pennsylvania, our lawyers can help you get justice on their behalf. When victims immediately die from car accident injuries, the police should be notified to document the incident. Our lawyers can get the […]

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Pennsylvania?

When a loved one passes on account of another person’s negligence, it comes as a terrible shock. Surviving family members might not know who can recover compensation from the liable party. Fortunately, our firm can help you understand your rights during this difficult time. In general, close family members like spouses and children can seek […]

What is a No-Contact Motorcycle Accident?

If, when the dust settles after a motorcycle accident, you realize that the other driver did not actually hit your car, what will that mean for your recovery? What are no-contact motorcycle accidents, and how can victims navigate them? No-contact motorcycle accidents typically happen when one driver acts negligently, forcing a motorcyclist to react. While […]

What Types of Cases Can a Personal Injury Lawyer Take?

If another person’s negligence has left you injured and in need of compensation, our lawyers can help you hold the liable party accountable. Our attorneys can help victims file personal injury lawsuits for various accidents due to negligence. For example, our lawyers can help you bring a claim following an auto accident caused by a […]

When is a Nursing Home Responsible for Falling Accidents in Pennsylvania?

Falling accidents are common in nursing homes and often happen because of negligence, making some facilities liable for victims’ damages in Pennsylvania. Nursing homes and their staff owe a duty of care to residents. This duty involves providing a reasonable level of care and ensuring a reasonably safe environment. A breach of this duty could […]

Is the Driver at Fault for an Accident, or the Owner of the Car?

If you learn after an accident that the driver doesn’t own the car they hit you with, what does that mean for your recovery? Depending on the case, both the driver and the registered owner could share fault. Car owners might be liable for accidents they did not cause due to negligent entrustment or vicarious […]

Is the Person Backing Up at Fault for an Accident?

Determining who is at fault for a car accident can be difficult. When accidents happen with a vehicle that was backing up, pinpointing who is responsible depends on various factors surrounding the accident. If you are involved in a car accident where someone was backing up at the time of the crash, either driver might […]

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