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How Long Does it Take to Settle a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

One of the most frequently asked questions after someone has been injured in an accident is how quickly their claim can be settled. This is especially true when the accident was the fault of someone else, either another driver or a business whose wet floor was not marked. The answer to that questions, however, is

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What is Mass Tort Litigation?

Many people have heard of class action lawsuits, but few are familiar with mass tort litigation. Although mass tort litigation is similar to class action lawsuits in that there are multiple cases combined into one, there are some differences. A class action lawsuit is a type of mass tort litigation. In order to reduce the

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Causes of Unreported Wrongful Death in Nursing Homes

Poor care in nursing homes is responsible for many injuries and premature deaths. Unfortunately, many of these injuries and deaths are never reported because physicians naturally believe the age of the patient or ongoing medical conditions contributed to their death. In addition, facilities may attempt to purposely cover up anything that could be determined negligence.

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HeartWare Issues Recall For Medical Devices

In April 2015, HeartWare issued a Class I recall for their HeartWare Ventricular Assist Device. The recall was a voluntary recall by the company based on complaints from patients related to five different problems that could develop with the device. Types of Devices Recalled According to the United States Food and Drug Administration, HeartWare issued

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Is The Person in the Back Always at Fault in a Rear End Collision?

Whenever you are in a car, whether driving or riding as a passenger, you are at risk of having an accident. Accidents can be as minor is a fender-bender or as serious as a high-speed head-on collision. According to a report by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 28 percent of crashes in 2012 were

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Preparing for the Pope’s Visit to Philadelphia: Thoughts on Safety

Philadelphia awaits in eager anticipation as Pope Francis is scheduled to make a two day visit to Philadelphia on September 25th 2015. Homeland Security and our local agencies are working hard to ensure that safety precautions are in place to reduce every risk possible. However, with an estimated 1.5 million plus people expected to attend

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Uber? Lyft? What You Need To Know About Ride Sharing Related Accidents

The popularity of ride-sharing services, such as Lyft and Uber, have provided pedestrians alternative transportation to get to their destination. While ride share services may offer an inexpensive and convenient way for people to get around Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, they also pose certain risks. Unlike taxis, which are heavily regulated at the city

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Back to School Safety Tips for Parents, Drivers, and Children

As the fall season sends children back into the learning environment, this means the typical daily commute to and from school and all the normal dangers associated with traveling. Whether walking, riding a bike, riding the bus, or traveling by car, our children’s safety is always the top priority. With the volume of traffic increasing

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Avoiding the 4 Most Common Causes Motorcycle Accidents

As the 2014 statistics for motorcycle accidents begins to roll in, the fatality rate is actually going to drop almost 2 percent lower than the previous year. A total of 27 states experienced a decrease, with another 4 others staying within the same range. Unfortunately, this great news is met with the reality of motorcycle

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Attention: Common Medical Malpractice Errors by Doctors and Hospitals

Patients that are harmed by the treatment of any medical professional that they are trusting for proper health care fall into the category of medical malpractice. The legal terms defining medical malpractice require proof that the professional was negligent or caused harm through incompetence. Keep in mind that not all circumstances involving a mistake can

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