Legal Articles, Personal Injury

Who Is at Fault in a Parking Lot Accident in New York?

If you are involved in a parking lot accident in New York, seeking legal assistance is recommended to navigate complexities in determining fault and negotiating with insurance companies.

Injured on Another Person’s Property - Premises Liability in Pennsylvania

People who suffer injuries on property owned by others have a right to bring legal action against the property owner, if the owner was negligent in the manner in which the property was kept. This article explains how these types of cases are analyzed in Pennsylvania.

Legal Rights of Passengers Injured or Killed in Pennsylvania Traffic Accidents

Passengers injured in auto accidents have the right to take legal action against “at fault” parties. Because Pennsylvania is a “no fault” insurance state, there are three possible sources of money damages for injured passengers.

2 Things You Need to Do if You are Injured at Work

If you are injured at work or contract a work-related disease, there are 2 things you must do.

Explainer: Wrongful Death and Survival Actions in Pennsylvania

Families who have lost a loved one because of the negligent or wrongful acts of other parties may be considering legal action against the responsible party. This implicates the Pennsylvania Wrongful Death and Survival action statutes. This article is a brief explanation of those statutes, including who can bring the action, distribution of money awards, and more.

Exceptions to Limited Tort Insurance Coverage in Pennsylvania

In some cases, injured Pennsylvania drivers bound by the limitations of a "Limited Tort" policy can still bring claims as though they have Full Tort protection. This article explains the several "exceptions" to Limited Tort, including the "serious injury" exception that is often utilized.

Differences in Full Tort and Limited Tort Auto Insurance in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Full Tort and Limited Tort insurance coverage provide different legal rights and remedies that may be confusing. We hope that this article may answer some of the common questions directed to our office.

What to Expect During a Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE)

This article provides information about functional capacity evaluations (FCEs) that are ordered to determine a worker's physical abilities and limitations related to work. It answers frequently asked questions about FCEs, including who performs them, how they differ from regular medical examinations, whether an FCE is right for a claim, what to do if additional treatment is needed, how long the evaluation takes, and what happens after the evaluation is complete.

4 Frequently Asked Questions About St. Louis Uber Car Accidents

You may have many questions if you've been involved in a St. Louis Uber car accident. This article will discuss answers to the most common ones and how to protect your rights and get compensation.

St. Louis School Bus Accident Lawyer

As parents, ensuring the safety of our children is our top priority, especially when it comes to school transportation. Although school buses are often considered the safest option, accidents can still happen, and it is essential to understand the laws that protect children and the steps parents can take to safeguard their children and seek compensation if necessary.

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