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  • Celebrating Thanksgiving Safely

    The holiday season is fast upon us and Thanksgiving is only a few days away! Each year for the past five consecutive years, more than 50 million Americans have hit the road to travel to see their friends and families for Thanksgiving. The holiday brings with it plenty of joy and cheer – and let’s[…]

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    Teen Roadway Safety: Dangerous Driving Behaviors to Avoid

    One of the biggest moments in a teenager’s life is getting their driver’s license, but far too many young drivers are injured or killed in car accidents each year. According to Safe Kids Worldwide (SKW), a global non-profit organization tasked with preventing childhood injury through research, community outreach, legislative advocacy and media awareness campaigns, car[…]

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    What Are Common Types of Premises Liability Accidents?

    Under Pennsylvania’s premises liability laws, private and public property owners are required to make a reasonable effort to keep their indoor and outdoor spaces safe for visitors. Premises liability laws exist because all kinds of properties require ongoing vigilance, supervision, and maintenance in order to avoid accidents and preventable injuries. When a property owner, landlord,[…]

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    Who Is Liable if I Have Been Injured at My Apartment?

    Apartment accidents can happen for a wide variety of reasons, and in many cases, are the result of landlords failing to fulfill their obligation to keep the premises safe for all tenants, guests, and visitors. Under Pennsylvania law, private individuals and businesses that are landlords can be held liable for accidents and injuries at rented[…]

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    Pennsylvania Supreme Court Changes State’s Medical Malpractice Rules

    Recently, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled in favor of adding new provisions to the state’s existing medical malpractice rules. The Court’s decision is a major win for medical malpractice victims, who will now be able to sue negligent healthcare providers for damages in areas where they regularly conduct business and not exclusively in the jurisdiction[…]

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