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Does a Collision Need to Happen at a Certain Speed to Cause Whiplash?

Typically, the more severe the car accident, the worse the injuries. In a high-speed collision on the interstate, a crash victim may have broken bones, traumatic brain injuries, or spinal cord injuries. It’s important to remember, however, that any accident has the potential to result in injury. For example, whiplash can occur in nearly any accident situation. Speed may play a role in the severity of the injury, but the force from even a low-speed accident can result in neck strain. In order to understand why this is,[...]

PennDOT Testing Digital License Plates in Some Pennsylvania Counties

PennDOT is using 20 state vehicles, including dump trucks, crew cabs, passenger vehicles, and a van to test out digital license plates before lawmakers in our commonwealth decide whether or not to approve legislation for the plates. These tester vehicles are predominantly in central and northwest Pennsylvania in Adams, Crawford, Cumberland, Dauphin, Erie, Forest, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Mercer, Perry, Venango, Warren, and York counties. (more…)

How Often Do Instances of Dental Malpractice Happen?

Dentists can make mistakes just like any other doctor. This is called dental malpractice, which falls under the greater category of medical malpractice. Unlike regular medical malpractice, though, dental malpractice is harder to make a case for. When it comes to dental malpractice, a victim must prove that an injury was not only caused by the dentist failing to meet the medical standard of care, but also from mistakes caused by negligence. In order to prove dental malpractice, a victim needs to establish duty, breach, causation, and damages[...]

The Ultimate Guide to Fall Fun in Philadelphia – 2019 Edition

If you live in or plan on visiting the City of Brotherly Love this fall, you’ll need to know what to do to celebrate the season. We’ve compiled a guide of all the best autumn activities happening this year so that you don’t have to do the work! So pull on a beanie, shrug on a flannel, and head out into the city for some fall fun! (more…)

Does Grief Cause Physical Pain?

Grief is a natural response to loss. It is most commonly associated with the loss of a loved one, and it’s one of the biggest challenges anyone can face. Grief may be amplified if the death was unexpected and the result of negligence. It’s important for people to know that there is no timetable for grieving. It is a highly individualized process. While some people may start to feel better in weeks or months, other people measure their grief in years. While grieving is typically thought to be[...]

Bicycle Right-of-Way Laws in Pennsylvania

Bicycles are a fun and efficient way to get around the city. Whether you’re riding to work, the park, or just for exercise, you should know the laws for bicyclists before pedaling. A bicycle accident can be extremely dangerous, and not following bicycle laws increases the risk of accidents. Overall, there’s been a decline in bike accidents, but just under 800 bicyclists were killed last year in traffic, as reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA). Bike accidents happen more frequently in urban areas, and according[...]

What’s Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)?

After a traumatic event like a car accident, it’s likely that those involved will have some form of injury. The doctor will give them a medical evaluation and assess their injuries. Then, they’ll move on to treating the injury and recovering. But what happens if they have persistent pain that’s not getting better? It’s possible that they have complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). If you believe that you or a loved one is suffering from CRPS after a car accident, you may want to look into seeking compensation[...]

When is a Failed Plastic Surgery Procedure Considered Malpractice?

Social media and influencers have put plastic surgery procedures more into the mainstream over the last couple years even though they have been common for a long time. According to Health Research Funding (HRF), 14.6 million cosmetic surgeries are completed in the United States each year. With that many procedures happening annually, it only makes sense that some of them go wrong. In fact, about 1% of all plastic surgeries result in complications. That might sound small, but that averages out to about 150,000 patients a year with[...]

Privacy Rights You Need to Be Aware of When Filing a Personal Injury Claim

When you’re the plaintiff in a personal injury case, you might feel like you’ve been asked to provide a lot of personal information. The defense might have asked for information like your income, insurance policy, tax returns, driver's license number, or social security number. Typically, you keep this information private because you feel it’s personal or because you want to protect yourself from identity theft. But in a personal injury case, do you have the luxury of privacy? (more…)

Neil Armstrong’s Death: Why Secrecy is Harmful in a Medical Negligence Case

Around the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s moonwalk and nearly seven years since his unexpected passing, information regarding the circumstances of his death and the legal actions that followed have surfaced. The New York Times received records from an anonymous source that detailed the complications that Armstrong faced and the legal settlement that was made after his death between the hospital and his family. This new information brings about questions regarding how harmful secrecy can be when medical malpractice is involved in a patient’s death. (more…)

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