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What You Need to Know About Personal Injury in New Jersey

Philadelphia and Allentown, Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Fri, 04/25/2014

If you have received a personal injury due to another's negligence, in an auto accident, or due to any type of product liability, then there is no guarantee that any of your medical bills will be covered by insurance.  In addition, if you do get paid, you may or may not get fairly compensated. Mistakes and accidents happen all the time, but the carelessness which leads to an accident, causing serious injury or death, could have been prevented.

When You Need a New Jersey Accident Attorney

Philadelphia and Allentown, Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Thu, 04/24/2014

In the United States, there are millions of car accidents annually.  To most people, your auto accident is more than just a number. You are a real person dealing with real issues like; vehicle damage and repair costs, personal injury, emotional trauma, and even unpaid time off work.  Following an accident there can be an incredible amount of confusion.

GM Slow to Recall Flawed Cars

Philadelphia and Allentown, Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Tue, 04/22/2014

New documents from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) show that General Motors delayed a safety recall of over 330,000 Saturn cars which were found to have defective steering systems. Records also show that federal regulators received thousands of complaints about the car, but did not demand a recall. 

How Do I Know If My Medical Treatment Was Improper?

Philadelphia and Allentown, Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Mon, 04/21/2014

Getting medical treatment like going to a hospital for surgery is never a relaxing experience.  When we are under anesthesia, we are trusting in our doctor to have the skill and expertise necessary to heal us and keep us safe. Because of this, any improper treatment, like medical malpractice can be mortifying. 

Painful Crash Questions Raised By Huge GM Recall

Philadelphia and Allentown, Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Fri, 03/28/2014

With the early February 2014 General Motors recall of 778,000 vehicles in the United States and Canada, a number of painful questions have been raised in terms of safety and preventive actions the carmaker could have taken. The 2005 Chevy Cobalt and its faulty ignition switch substandard performance has left many people wondering how this problem could have gone unchecked for so long.

1 in 4 Car Crashes Caused By Cellphone Use

Philadelphia and Allentown, Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Fri, 03/28/2014

We are all aware that texting and driving is dangerous, but a new survey has found that talking on a cellphone while behind the wheel may be even more dangerous. A new National Safety Council's annual report found that 26% of all crashes are connected to cellphone use, but only 5% involved texting.

What You Can do When a Surgical Error Occurs

Philadelphia and Allentown, Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Fri, 03/28/2014

When you have surgery, the expectation is that you will come out of the procedure better than or at last as good as before you went in. However, there are times when surgical errors do occur. 

By experiencing a surgical error, it does not necessarily mean that a medical malpractice error has occurred. You will need to show that your surgeon failed to perform the surgery to the medical community's requisite standard of care and that the failed duty directly resulted in your personal injury.

Painful Crash Questions Raised By Huge GM Recall

Philadelphia and Allentown, Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Fri, 03/28/2014

With the early February 2014 General Motors recall of 778,000 vehicles in the United States and Canada, a number of painful questions have been raised in terms of safety and preventive actions the carmaker could have taken. The 2005 Chevy Cobalt and its faulty ignition switch substandard performance has left many people wondering how this problem could have gone unchecked for so long.

Who Is Responsible When a Dog Bite Occurs?

Philadelphia and Allentown, Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Fri, 03/28/2014

There are thousands of Americans every year who are bitten by animals, with the most common being dogs.  In most cases, a person bitten by an animal may have a legal right to recover damages from the animal's owner or the animal's responsible party.

Medical Negligence a Leading Cause of Death in the United States

Philadelphia and Allentown, Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Tue, 02/25/2014

Negligence occurs when doctors, nurses, and other medical personnel fail to act in accordance with accepted standards of care. If one of your family members succumbed to inattentive or faulty treatment provided by a health care worker, our qualified Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers can fight for your right to restitution.

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