Zauflik v. Pennsbury School District, No. 1219 C.D. 2012 (Pa. Commw. July 3, 2013)
Held, Tort Claims Act permissibly capped $14 million verdict down to $500,000 for 17-year-old student who lost her… Continue reading
The simple fact of the matter is this: the vast majority of SSDI and SSI claimants will have no idea how to properly and thoroughly prepare a disability case for a hearing, whereas a disability lawyer has a high level… Continue reading
It is best to hire a Disability Lawyer at the beginning of the application process to assure your application is getting the attention it requires; however, it is not uncommon to obtain representation after attempting to apply on your own.… Continue reading
Many clients who are involved in accidents believe that once their case is settled, they will be paid after the attorney’s fee and costs are taken out.
This is not correct in today’s budget conscious environment.
If you owe child… Continue reading
The story keeps shocking and amazing, although scenarios like this are all too often.
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Many clients have asked me why does the office file lawsuits instead of settle. I usually end up telling them that the insurance company wants to make them a low offer, make miserly increases, and sweat them out. They then… Continue reading
An interesting article from about this particular carrier and how they treated a family in need.
This is what we face every day.
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See this link for more information on the McDonald’s Coffee Spill Case:
Here is an interesting link for a response to purported tort reformers – The American Tort Reform Association.
This is what hard working people are up against.
Many people come to the office and say they have full coverage, thinking they have full tort. There is a big difference between the two.
Full tort allows a person who was injured in an auto accident to seek… Continue reading