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How Your Social Media Posts Could Hurt Your Claim

When you are involved in a personal injury accident lawsuit, there are many things that could influence your case that you may have not considered, and one of the largest influences could be social media. Many individuals post their daily lives on the various platforms, and in many cases, pictures, posts, check-ins, and comments are… read more

Auto Insurance Tips For After a Car Accident Attorney Patrick Booth Explains Why You Should Not Accept an Offer From Your Insurance Company After a Car Accident Laws vary significantly in each state. They can determine whether you can recover medical bills, pain and suffering, or even file a suit at all. In Pennsylvania, limited tort can even preclude you from recovering… read more

Class Action Lawsuits vs Mass Tort Lawsuits Attorney Roopal Luhana Explains The Difference Between a Class Action Lawsuit and a Mass Tort Lawsuit Class actions and mass torts are very different. We primarily focus on mass tort and other personal injury cases. Class Actions A class action is where one person or a small group represent the interests of a much… read more

How Much Does a Personal Injury Case Cost?

Attorney Roopal Luhana Explains How Contingency Fees Work In Personal Injury Cases At our firm, we understand how difficult it is for working families and others to support their families today, especially after you’ve suffered personal injuries. We know that most people can’t afford to pay a lawyer by the hour to handle their personal… read more

3 Common Questions About Car Accidents

Auto Accident Attorney Eric Chaffin Discusses Legal Elements of a Car Wreck Case Most of the time after an auto accident, you need a lawyer. The other side has an insurance adjuster whose purpose is to minimize how much they pay you for your claim and maximize the profits from the insurance company. In my… read more

Why is Mesothelioma Still a Problem?

The primary risk factor for mesothelioma is exposure to asbestos. Logically, if asbestos is banned in the United States, there should be a decline in mesothelioma diagnoses. Unfortunately, incidence of mesothelioma has not slowed down for several  reasons. Many people are surprised to learn that though regulations have reduced the frequency at which asbestos is… read more

Wrongful Death Cases: What Are They and How They Work

When a person is killed because of the negligent acts of another person, his or her family may be able to sue for “wrongful death.” This is a particular type of personal injury lawsuit that allows family members to be compensated for the death of a loved one. Understanding when this type of claim may… read more

How to Know When You Need a Personal Injury Attorney

Navigating the aftermath of an injury—whether at work, in a car accident, or in some other venue—can be emotionally and physically taxing. You must deal with any medical consequences that have come from the accident, and these can sometimes be severe and lasting. And you must also figure out the financial fallout of lost wages,… read more

The Most Important Things to Know and Do When You’re Injured at Work

Getting injured is never fun, but suffering an injury while working can be extremely complicated and disruptive to your life. In addition to the recovery time, dealing with trauma, and adjusting to any changes that have resulted from the injury, workplace accidents can introduce an entirely new layer of potential problems and pitfalls. Working with… read more

12 Important Questions to Ask Your Personal Injury Lawyer

Personal injuries of any kind throw people off course. Whether they are from a car crash or a slip and fall, you can’t prepare for them. If you’re injured, you can incur expensive medical costs, lose wages from your job, and be forced to deal with tight-fisted insurance companies. If you’ve suffered injuries due to… read more