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In light of the novel coronavirus, many Americans have decided to take a close look at the estate planning measures they have, or still need, in the event tragedy strikes. […]

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Katy Perry may have said it best, “’Baby, you’re a firework.” Unfortunately, when fireworks aren’t the only thing getting shot off this Fourth of July, you may be in need […]

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In a 2019 article by Safety4Sea, alcohol continues to be the main contributing factor in fatal U.S. boating accidents. Nationwide, there were 633 boating fatalities in 2018, 19% caused by […]

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With the weather changing, welcoming warm days and breezy nights, motorcyclists across the Keystone State will be taking advantage of this beautiful time of year. However, more motorcyclists on the […]

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We know safety is important. While we have typically focused on workplace safety and health measures during the last months, it’s important to be reminded of the potential dangers within […]

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Two individuals lost their lives after a tractor-trailer veered into the shoulder of Interstate 295 in New Jersey over the weekend. According to news reports, the alleged intoxicated tractor-trailer driver, […]

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With the Memorial Day weekend just past us, drivers across the nation need to be mindful of extended driving dangers as the summer months begin. In a 2019 article by […]

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With Memorial Day marking the unofficial start of summer, many individuals in our region will be taking advantage of a holiday weekend to spend time outdoors while maintaining social distancing […]

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Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced Tuesday that he is prepared to bring criminal charges against nursing home facilities and staff for nursing home abuse and neglect towards those residents during […]

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It is estimated that some 7.5 million small businesses may have to permanently close their doors because of the economic impacts of COVID-19. But, these owners are looking towards their […]

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Truck drivers across the nation are being pushed to their limits with long hours and critical schedules and deliveries to meet. But when an employer takes advantage of a truck […]

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As COVID-19 continues to impact our nation, many individuals are beginning to take a closer look at their recent medical care, wondering if they have suffered a serious injury due […]

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Many Americans are wondering right now if COVID-19 constitutes a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act. As the law stands now, it does not. However, the laws are evolving […]

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As it appeared on The Citizen’s Voice STAFF REPORT / PUBLISHED: APRIL 19, 2020 … Fellerman & Ciarimboli Law Attorney Michael J. O’Neill has joined Fellerman & Ciarimboli Law, concentrating […]

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Right now, there are mandates surrounding proper business practices as it pertains to COVID-19. As a worker in a factory or plant that has been deemed essential to life functions, […]

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As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to expand in Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Wolfe has extended the stay-at-home order through the end of April. However, our team will continue to […]

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As the coronavirus (COVID-19) sweeps through our state, many Pennsylvanians are likely to take action and begin planning for their family’s future. However, due to social distancing and government mandates […]

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When you were told your partner needed a very common surgery, you didn’t think twice about it. But then, that simple procedure changed the course of your lives forever. While […]

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We hope you and your loved ones are staying safe and taking the necessary precautions during this time of crisis. Please remember to wash your hands frequently and to avoid […]

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This weekend, many people in NEPA will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with festivities. As such, many of those celebrating will also be drinking in excess–in fact, it is estimated […]

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Picture this: You are returning to work after your break, having enjoyed your lunch out in the shining sun. Walking inside your complex, you decide to take the stairs instead […]

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Our pets are like our children in many ways. We love and care for them and treat them like family. None of us want to think about the day when […]

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A Toms River, N.J. man died after he was discharged by Twin Cedars Senior Living in Shohola, Pa., on Sept. 11, 2018. Eugene Hamill, 81, had a stroke and heart […]

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When you’ve been injured because of the negligence of someone else, you are probably seeking legal advice. If you are not, you should. But if you have a pre-existing condition, […]

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