Should you fill out paperwork for the “Independent” Medical Examination?

Jul 08th, 2015 - People injured at work or in a car accident may be required to undergo an “independent” medical examination.  These examinations are usually far from independent.  However, they may be required as part of the legal system in Lancaster County and…

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Being struck by a car as a pedestrian eliminates your limited tort status

May 19th, 2015 - Now that the weather is becoming consistently nicer, more and more people are out on the roads exercising.  While this may be good for their overall health, we are seeing more occurrences of runners being struck by drivers who are…

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Your Car Insurance May NOT Cover All Drivers of Your Vehicle

Apr 23rd, 2015 - If your car insurance rates drop or you are offered a policy for significantly less, you better be careful.  Auto accident insurance policies are now being written to only cover the drivers that are specifically listed in the policy.  If…

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A Bad Faith Claim Against Your Car Insurance Requires Attention to Detail

Apr 01st, 2015 - We have all had experiences with insurance companies refusing to fulfill their obligations to provide the benefits that we purchased from them.  When the failure to fulfill their obligations becomes significant and impacts your rights and benefits, you may have…

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Full tort and limited tort automobile insurance

Feb 26th, 2015 - Full tort and limited tort automobile insurance options were instituted by the state of Pennsylvania in an attempt to decrease the number of pain and suffering lawsuits in Pennsylvania courts. Concerned about the high rates of automobile insurance, Pennsylvania enacted a requirement that…

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Sidewalk Defect

Feb 26th, 2015 - When is a defect in the sidewalk trivial? When someone has a personal injury or premise liability case from tripping and falling on a sidewalk or walkway, the case often turns on whether the property had a significant defective.  Was…

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Your responsibility when it comes to snow and ice on your walkways

Nov 25th, 2014 - Pennsylvania law requires people to act reasonably when it comes to the safety of others.  If you own a property that has a walkway or areas upon which people walk, you must take reasonable steps to make sure that it…

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Driving someone else’s car, you might not be covered

Nov 17th, 2014 - Automobile insurance companies continue to creatively find ways to save themselves money.  Unfortunately, the bottom line savings of insurance companies usually comes at our expense.  The latest creativity involves policy language that excludes coverage for anyone not specifically named in…

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Underinsured Motorists Coverage vs. Uninsured Motorists Coverage

Nov 05th, 2014 - If you have been involved in a car accident and your personal injury lawyer was able to secure the liability insurance limits of the party that caused the accident you may be familiar with the term "underinsured" coverage.  For those…

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How to Choose a Workers Compensation Lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer, or Car Accident Lawyer

Oct 02nd, 2014 - How should you decide which workers compensation attorney, personal injury attorney, or car accident attorney is right for you and your family?  Your choice could mean the difference between no recovery and a large settlement.  Here are a few pointers…

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