I was involved in a motor vehicle accident, but keep putting off doing anything

It was a busy time.  The holidays, the visitors, the prep, and it was a busy time.  The holidays, the visitors, the prep, and the takedown, all demand so much time.  In the midst of it all, you were involved in a motor vehicle accident.  There was just no time to do anything.  Sure you […]

Drunk Driving Accidents: I Think I Was Hit by Drunk Driver

This is the first of a three-part series. The Situation to the Police Immediately Upon Arrival at the Station. If you are able without putting yourself or others at risk, get the driver’s information, especially the license plate. In this way, if the other driver leaves prior to the arrival of the police, you have […]

Car Accidents & Truck Accidents & Holiday Travel

Thanksgiving is always one of the most traveled holidays in America.  More traffic can mean more car accidents and truck accidents.  First, you need to rest before you travel.  In this way, your reaction to other car accidents or truck accidents or near accidents may be sharper.  As soon as you get in your vehicle, […]

What is Personal Injury?

You may hear it all the time on television–do you need a personal injury lawyer?  Well, what is a personal injury?  All injuries are to someone’s person. What exactly are they asking? If you have been injured, physically or psychologically, as a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of another person, company, government agency, or […]

The importance of meeting with clients to review discovery

Discovery in cases provides each side with the opportunity to ask questions (called Interrogatories) and request specific information (called Request for Production of Documents) so that counsel can properly evaluate the case to come up with an amicable resolution.  Each side with the intention of doing the best for their client.  All attorneys are familiar […]

Traveling for work – workers’ compensation rights when injured on the road

Generally speaking, an employee who is injured while driving to or from work is not protected by Pennsylvania’s workers’ compensation laws.  The rationale is that the employee has not yet started their workday and is not yet furthering the business interests of their employer.  This is often referred to as the “coming and going rule” […]