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When you’re hurt in an accident, it can seem like a bit of a Catch 22.  The severity of your injuries often impose restrictions on your earning capacity. All things […]

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No doubt you already know that a traumatic brain injury (TBI) almost always comes with severe consequences. When it happens as a result of an accident, you may not know […]

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Things didn’t go the way you expected. However, that doesn’t mean that there’s always someone to blame. While doctors make mistakes, not all cases with negative outcomes translate into medical […]

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Do you work in an industrial workplace in Pennsylvania where loud noises are continuously blaring throughout the workday? If so, you aren’t alone. Many industrial jobs can be quite noisy, […]

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Truth be told, we hold frigid temperatures responsible for a great number of accidental injuries. However, that’s now always the case. While the warm weather has arrived, some prospective hazards […]

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There’s no doubt that bad stairs make for bad falls and staircase accidents. In fact, it takes just missing a few steps to suffer serious injuries. In some cases, your […]

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No doubt you’d agree that technology has changed our means of communication. When Facebook started over fifteen years ago, it replaced the then popular MySpace. It remains an industry giant, […]

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Are you familiar with tort law?  More than likely, you’ve heard the words used in conjunction with tort reform as a means of limiting payouts on negligence claims. Meanwhile, you […]

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All you know is that you were hurt at work. Your employer accepted your claim as compensable. That is, your company agreed that your on-the-job injuries entitled you to workers’ […]

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As it appeared on Skook News On Friday, 11th and 12th Grade students at North Schuylkill High School were shown the consequences of driving under the influence. The North Schuylkill […]

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According to 2017 statistics, over 89.7 million dogs enjoyed pet status in American households. Unfortunately, “man’s best friend” often suggests the risk of harm. Although the Center for Disease Control […]

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As it appeared on WBRE Each year the Law Firm of Fellerman and Ciarimboli presents the program By: Joseph Butash | Jayne Ann Bugda (WBRE/WYOU-TV) Make it a night to […]

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Everyone knows that drunk driving is not only illegal in Pennsylvania but extremely dangerous. Those who are under the influence of alcohol not only put themselves at risk of suffering […]

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“There’s two kinds of riders: Those who have crashed and those who will.” No doubt there’s an unnerving tone to this quote from an anonymous author. However, what if it […]

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Frankly, it’s somewhat of a no-brainer. In this great country of ours, it seems self-evident. You should be able to hold manufacturers accountable for safety. In some cases, it may […]

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“Let’s go to the videotape!” This catchphrase initially had everything to do with sports broadcasting. However, the value of capturing moments in time can’t be dismissed. Consider what happened in […]

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Every morning, you quickly hustle your child out to the corner to wait for the bus. In the meantime, you might be shocked. Youngsters waiting at school bus stops actually […]

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Few would disagree. The fact that tomorrow is promised to no one seems like a gross understatement. In the blink of an eye, you can lose the companionship of someone […]

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Just about every mother and father share the same fears. Even if your children are right in front of you, you worry about them.  As the parent of a minor […]

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If it’s the first time you were injured at work, you may feel somewhat overwhelmed. You and your family live paycheck to paycheck. Will your health insurance cover your medical […]

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It’s one of the first lessons parents teach their children. However, the reminder to “look both ways” before crossing the street may not be enough. The number of fatalities related […]

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High winds have taken out thousands of power lines in the last few days. It seems that Mother Nature has taken on an early promise of ensuring that March comes […]

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When you put yourself in the hands of medical professionals, you have some basic expectations. You rely on their expertise to determine what’s wrong with you. From there, you look […]

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It’s a potentially deadly combination.  Truth be told, speed and tractor trailers just don’t mix well. Unfortunately, two Pennsylvania families preparing to bury their teenage daughters now know it firsthand. […]

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