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Category: Personal Injury

Why people should speak up after a public slip-and-fall

When people fall, their immediate reaction is often one of embarrassment. They look around to see if anyone noticed and may try to pick themselves up as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, the constant use of dramatic falls as a punchline in visual entertainment has led to people instinctively engaging in emotional reactions when they fall […] Read More

What does subrogation mean after a wreck?

When you’re involved in a car wreck caused by a negligent driver, the immediate aftermath can have huge consequences for your life. You have to cope with medical bills – and you may need your car repaired or replaced so you can get back to your job and your life. You may know that the other party is responsible for…

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Two reasons people may not notice a crash-related brain injury

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are among the worst possible medical consequences of a car crash. A brain injury could leave someone dependent on life support or struggling with their motor function for the rest of their life. TBIs often force people to leave their jobs and might make them dependent on medical support and assistive technology. Despite how severe and…

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What many first-shift workers don’t know about their commute

Commuting to and from work every day is often a source of frustration for modern professionals. It can feel like time lost, especially if someone lives a significant distance each way. Their weekly commute could consume as much time as an extra shift on the job might. Not only is a commute frustrating and sometimes expensive, but it is also…

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How do people hurt in crashes recoup their lost wages?

After a motor vehicle collision, people in Pennsylvania may have property damage losses and also medical bills to cover. They will usually turn to car insurance for basic costs. Frequently, people with major medical expenses also have lost wages to consider. Those in manual professions may require weeks away from their jobs if they have a broken bone or a…

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Who decides when an injured worker returns to their job?

A work injury is a major inconvenience for the affected employees, the people on their team and the company that employs them. Often, a serious work injury means that someone will need a leave of absence from their job, as well as medical treatment. Thankfully, workers’ compensation insurance can pay for a Pennsylvania employee’s healthcare necessitated by a work injury…

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What are the reasons for wrong-way crashes?

Seeing headlights coming toward you on the interstate is certainly unnerving, as you immediately know that someone is driving the wrong direction. Unfortunately, many people who get involved in these accidents do not even have the time to think about that. The crashes happen so quickly and unexpectedly that they only piece together the events after the fact. Certainly, if…

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What if the driver who hits you doesn’t have insurance?

The obligation to carry insurance is part of why vehicle ownership in Pennsylvania can be expensive for working-class adults and new drivers. People pay quite a bit to protect themselves against the liability that arises after a motor vehicle collision. When someone damages your vehicle or injures you because they make bad choices at the wheel, you naturally expect to…

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How much will a brain injury from a car crash cost?

Some people realize that they hurt their heads in a car crash right away. They lose consciousness or have blurry vision and a headache at the scene of the collision that make them realize they need medical care. Others may go several days before their symptoms force them to see a doctor. Moderate to severe traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) that…

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What’s a third-party injury claim after a workplace injury?

You were hurt on the job, and the injuries are serious. While workers’ compensation is seeing to your medical needs, the replacement wages aren’t exactly generous. Worse, you suspect that you’re looking at long-term care needs. Generally speaking, workers’ compensation benefits are your sole recourse against your employer (whether they were negligent or not) – but that doesn’t mean that…

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