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Accident Tips & Prevention, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Insurance Attorney | December 22, 2015

How Do Personal Injury Cases Work?

We Break Down What a Personal Injury Case Is, Who Is Involved and What a Lawyer Will Do for You

 

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Damages and Your Personal Injury Case

When you get hurt in some sort of accident, motor vehicle-related or otherwise, you suffer what we in the legal industry call damages.

The injuries you suffered are just one example of your damages.

Car Accident Lawyer, Firm News | December 17, 2015

What Should I Do If I Have Back Pain from a Car Accident?

The 3 Steps You Must Take If You’re Suffering Back Pain from a Crash

When the accident happened, you felt more shaken than anything. That’s normal. You’re in shock – you certainly weren’t expecting this to happen! – and with the adrenaline flowing, you might have really thought you were fine. Maybe you even thought how lucky you were that the crash wasn’t worse.

But that was

Current Events and News, Philadelphia PA | October 15, 2015

That’s Not the Flu: Are You at Risk for Deadly Legionnaires’ Disease?

Simply breathing in the wrong place could put you in danger of suffering a life-threatening lung infection.

Feeling ill? Your cough might be more than seasonal allergies or a nasty cold. Every year, early autumn sees an upsurge in cases of a severe form of pneumonia called Legionnaires’ disease, according to the New Jersey Herald. And if you’re like many Legionnaires’ disease patients, you never even realized

Personal Injury | September 8, 2015

Libel, Slander and the Internet

First off, let’s identify the difference between libel and slander. Slander is any statement that’s made, verbally, that defames another person’s character. For that reason, slander is not usually an issue on the Internet (unless the defamatory statement is contained in a video, which is a subject for another blog). Libel is written defamation, and you can bet that it does become an issue on the Internet.