In many U.S. states, the majority operate under what is known as “fault” auto insurance. In these states, the driver responsible for an accident typically has to cover the ensuing expenses, including medical costs, personal injury, or property damage. Pennsylvania, on the other hand, is different. It’s considered a “no-fault” state. Here, each party involved
Is Pennsylvania a No-Fault State?
If you need to go through the process of obtaining your own medical records or the medical records of a loved one, you need to know how to approach the process correctly. Here, we want to review your rights pertaining to obtaining your own medical records, the procedure for receiving these records, and what to
Determining pain and suffering after an injury occurs is important. Yes, even though most people understand that injury victims will recover compensation for tangible expenses like medical bills and lost wages, just as important are pain and suffering damages. However, calculating pain and suffering can be challenging because there are not typically bills or receipts
Throughout your involvement in a lawsuit, social media can have a significant impact regarding whether your case is won or lost. Obviously, social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and others, play a significant role in many of our lives. A study conducted by the Pew Research Center states that as of 2018,
If you have suffered or are suffering from a personal injury, you may have a case against whoever caused the injury and may be able to receive compensation to cover your medical expenses, lost wages, or any and all other damages that occurred as a result of the injury. Finding an attorney you can trust