For over a quarter of a century, our firm has worked in several unique and growing areas of catastrophic personal injury in Philadelphia. To address the many questions and inquiries we receive from clients and referring attorneys, we established our firm blog. Here, we have the opportunity to address those questions, share timely news items, highlight legal trends, and feature stories of actual cases we have handled. If you have questions or feedback, you may comment on any of the posts or contact us directly.
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Is overprescribing painkillers in the ER leading to opioid addiction?
Fireworks are a popular way to celebrate Independence Day. But they are also dangerous.
Can Women Take Antidepressants During Pregnancy? A new study says yes, but previous findings disagree.
A Center City scaffold collapse is the latest construction accident in Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania has more than 120,000 miles of roads and highways. How many car accidents occurred on those roads in 2016?
The statistics on aviation accidents.
There are 4,500 injuries from scaffold-related accidents each year.
A man had a genetic condition he didn’t even know about, until a low-speed, low-impact collision left him permanently disabled.
New technology shows promise for spinal cord injuries.
There are risks to any surgery, but those of bariatric surgery are farther reaching than most - and could affect your unborn child.
When someone slips and falls on someone else’s property, who is responsible? It depends.
You may be entitled to more than workers’ compensation in the event of a construction accident.
Despite a 2016 recall, hoverboard accidents in Pennsylvania continue.
A defibrillator that automatically and unexpectedly shuts down is not a reliable lifesaving device. That’s why the manufacturer issued a recall for the LIFEPAK 1000.
The Little Tikes 2-in-1 Snug ‘n Secure pink toddler swing, which has injured at least 39 children, has been recalled.