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This week, former CEO of Insys Therapeutics, Inc. Michael Babich pleaded guilty for taking part in a nationwide kickback scheme to bribe doctors into prescribing a powerful opioid medication to […]

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You feel absolutely helpless. Your child comes home from school every day looking depressed and miserable. Mornings have become increasingly difficult too. When you ask your child to share what […]

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The opioid epidemic we are facing as a state and as a country will not be going away anytime soon. If you weren’t aware, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed a […]

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A press release from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation reveals DUI checkpoints to be put in place over the coming holiday weekend along with some 4th of July statistics concerning […]

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CNN Money very recently reported on the little-known but potentially costly “hurricane” deductible stipulations often included in homeowner insurance policies (often unbeknownst to policy holders). Les Christie writes on CNNMoney.com […]

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Moriah Balingit of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette recently reported on another suit filed against Jerry Sandusky; this one alleges sexual abuse and intentional infliction of emotional distress, among other grievances: Former […]

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 JD Power’s 2012 US Seat Quality and Satisfaction Survey: public is blind to car seat defects? Most people wouldn’t be surprised to hear that automobile accidents represent the number one cause of […]

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According to an article published earlier today on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, funeral services were held today for the recent loss of state trooper Blake Coble. Hundreds gathered at St. Mary’s Roman […]

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California recently signed into law two bills that make it illegal for employers and colleges/universities to ask for their employees’ (or students’) log in credentials for personal social networking accounts […]

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In 1990, the Pennsylvania Legislature enacted the “bad faith statute.” Essentially, the statute requires that an insurance company take reasonable steps in dealing with an insurance claim under a contract […]

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If you decide to sue someone for injuries that he or she caused you due to negligence or liability, your attorney will generally begin by filing a complaint and issuing […]

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When are there exceptions to the statute of limitations for civil rights cases? Normally, civil rights cases in Pennsylvania must be filed within two years of the incident. An exception […]

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Unfortunately one out of two Pennsylvania marriages ends in divorce. In Northeastern Pennsylvania, thousands of divorces are filed each year in courthouses in Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, and other county seats. Most […]

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“You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If […]

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Pennsylvania has a system of courts that handle all sorts of legal matters. It is a multi-tiered system that handles the simplest legal disputes to multi-billion-dollar civil lawsuits to the […]

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The general rule is quite specific — lawyers may not claim to be a specialist in a particular field of law, with a few exceptions. All lawyers in Pennsylvania are […]

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It’s one thing to win your civil case or lawsuit, and it is another thing to collect. One of the primary issues that a lawyer will want to discuss with […]

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Two years ago, the United States Supreme Court held that the Second Amendment protects the right to keep and bear arms for the purpose of self-defense. In doing so, the […]

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Many people who get speeding tickets just plead guilty and send the fine into the Magistrate. The most popular reason lawyers hear as to why they do that is “because […]

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