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Personal Injury | November 20, 2012

Why Philadelphia Drivers Pay So Much For Auto Insurance

Car insurance for drivers living in Philadelphia is really expensive. In fact, according to the latest data released by Runzheimer International, a competitive analysis and mobility services firm, Philadelphia is the second-most expensive city for auto coverage in the country. The average annual premium, as stated in the firm’s report, for a Philly driver with what most consumers consider “full coverage” is $4,076 annually as of 2011.

Personal Injury | November 16, 2012

Philadelphia Woman Legally Blind After Botched Surgery

Medical mistakes happen every day, however not every mistake made by hospitals and medical doctors constitutes negligence or medical malpractice. The error which led to Anna Mazur’s legal blindness may be an example of a medical mistake that constitutes clear carelessness. Mazur, now 92-years-old, was at the University of Pennsylvania’s Scheie Eye Institute in 2011 for surgery to repair a blocked vein in her left eye,

Accident Tips & Prevention | November 15, 2012

Motorcycle Safety Tips

On a crisp autumn day, there’s no feeling quite like the wind in your hair. The scenery of leaves turning colors and the temperature, just warm enough to be comfortable but not too hot, make it the perfect time of year for a motorcycle ride.

Before you hop on your bike, though, consider the dangers. The Office of the Attorney General of the State of New Jersey

Accident Tips & Prevention | October 17, 2012

Liability Waivers: Can You Sign Away Your Child’s Rights?

As parents, we are expected to always act in the best interest of our children. Since they are not adults, they need us to act as their representative when it comes to their safety and protecting their rights. It is not uncommon for parents to have to sign waivers in order for children to participate in certain recreational activities; however, are these documents legally binding so that

Personal Injury | October 4, 2012

Understanding New Jersey’s ‘No Fault’ Law

The 2 Most Important Things You Need to Know About New Jersey’s ‘No Fault’ Law:

After being involved in an accident that was not your fault, you are faced with many struggles. You are in pain and may be hospitalized—you then learn that the at-fault driver will not be held responsible for your medical bills, adding to the extreme stress you are under. The reason the responsible

Personal Injury | September 26, 2012

Going to Court Versus Binding Arbitration or Settlement

When it comes to seeking compensation from an insurance company after an accident, they are not going to make it easy on you. Insurance companies see the costs associated with aggressively defending against personal injury claims as a cost of doing business and they feel that if they can make it so difficult that no one would ever want to pursue a claim, they have succeeded. What

Personal Injury | September 18, 2012

Instances That Would Lead to a Personal Injury Claim in Addition to Your Worker’s Compensation

When you are injured at work, you are entitled to worker’s compensation benefits through your employer, but there are also some instances that would lead you to have a personal injury case in addition to the worker’s comp claim. When the accident you were involved in was the fault of someone other than your employer you may also have what is known as a third party claim

Personal Injury | September 13, 2012

Page Going Dark – How Social Media Can Damage a Personal Injury Claim

Social media changes the immediacy of information and how we interact with current events. The 24-hour news cycle now seems like a senior citizen when compared to the instant-updating abilities of Twitter users and Instagram devotees. Our Philadelphia personal injury attorneys understand that power also extends to accident claims and personal injuries, where insurance companies tend to become very interested in the personal information accident victims choose

Accident Tips & Prevention | September 10, 2012

Reminding Children and Parents to Ride Safe This School Year

Back-to-school time is already upon us and while it may be an exciting time of getting to know new friends and new classes, it is not a time to become complacent with regards to safety. “In 2015 alone, 3477 people were killed, and 391,000 were injured in motor vehicle crashes involving distracted drivers,” according to the National Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).  The NHTSA also reported that

Personal Injury | September 5, 2012

The Importance of Early Treatment Following a Car Accident

Following a motor vehicle accident, many people choose to forgo medical treatment because they do not believe that are hurt that bad. This is a dangerous assumption because the failure to seek treatment immediately following your accident could jeopardize your ability to seek compensation in the future should your injuries turn out to be more severe. After being the victim of a serious accident, you need to

Personal Injury | August 24, 2012

Why You Want a Lawyer Who Specializes in Personal Injury Rather Than a “Jack of All Trades”

When you have been injured in an accident and are need of legal assistance it can be overwhelming trying to find the right injury lawyer in NJ for you. There are so many attorneys out there that “handle” personal injury claims, but in many instances this is just an area of law they dabble in rather than a specialty. Finding a lawyer who really knows the ins

Personal Injury | August 16, 2012

Social Media: Friend or Foe?

You would be hard-pressed in this day and age to come across someone who is not on at least one social media site. From Facebook and Twitter to YouTube and Tumblr the masses are obsessed with social media. For some reason, we all feel the need to divulge information about our lives and what we are doing—information that, before social media, we wouldn’t bother sharing in a

Personal Injury | August 2, 2012

Medical Malpractice and Defensive Medicine—Two Dangerous Trends

For years there has been a constant debate regarding the so-called need for ‘tort reform,’ also known as caps on damages, and whether or not this is a beneficial practice. The main argument is that by placing caps on the amount of money that can be received when someone is the victim of medical malpractice will help ease the staggering costs of healthcare in our country. The

Personal Injury | June 5, 2012

Violence at XTU Anniversary Concert Leads to Hundreds of Injuries

Country Throwdown doesn’t begin to describe it.

More than 160 people sustained injuries at XTU’s Anniversary Concert at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden this past weekend. Police arrested nearly 200 concert goers in connection with a host of assaults causing personal injuries. Live Nation, which promoted the Country Throwdown Tour, may have provided inadequate event security for parking lots. Witness accounts of the violence that took

Accident Tips & Prevention | June 5, 2012

Texting Behind the Wheel in NJ? It’s Going to Cost You

Text while driving is illegal in New Jersey, but up until now the fines for committing the offense haven’t been too serious. Currently, the fine is only around $50 per infraction, which doesn’t go far to deter drivers who can’t put their smart phones down. That’s about to change in the hopes of decreasing violent car accidents, according to The Trentonian. The Senate Law and Public Safety