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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There are advantages to having a baby by Cesarean section, one being a lesser instance of birth injury. But do those benefits outweigh the risks?
It stands to reason that medical malpractice insurance protects physicians when they make errors. But if physicians were immune from lawsuits, would care decline?
After the shocking Southwest Airlines accident last week, many people are wondering just how safe it is to fly.
A recent study ranked the best and worst states for doctors to practice, citing working conditions, wages and the cost of doing business. Pennsylvania landed somewhere in the middle.
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. What are the accident statistics?
A new study found that children with certain types of birth injuries have a higher risk of developing mental health issues as teenagers.
The FDA has just released its 2017 enforcement statistics—from warnings to recalls.
Opioids are powerful drugs that help manage surgical and other intensive pain. A national shortage is causing several problems.
PA law says that you cannot be compensated for damage to your vehicle by a pothole on a state road. Bodily injury, however, may be a different story.
When an infection after surgery caused a man to lose his vision in one eye, a jury awarded the man and his wife $6,000,000.
Ice flying from the top of trucks or cars is clearly a road hazard. Did you know it’s also against the law?
Toyota has announced a massive recall of vehicles due to an air bag malfunction.
A young man suffered a spinal cord injury at a popular trampoline park but signed a waiver before entering. Does this release the facility from all liability?
While aviation deaths have been declining over the last two decades, civil aviation still carries “very large risks,” according to the Dutch aviation consultants To70.