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What do I Need to Know About Pennsylvania Social Host Laws?

The Fourth of July is an exciting holiday in which many people like to enjoy a few drinks. In doing so, it is important to not break the law by drinking and driving. Individuals who choose to do so anyway and cause an accident can be held liable for their actions. While this is true, the driver may not always be the only person liable for causing an accident. If…Read More

How Can I Stay Safe During Pennsylvania Fourth of July Firework Celebrations?

With the Fourth of July quickly approaching, many people are preparing to celebrate. This often includes barbecues, pool parties, and the fan favorite tradition of firework displays. While this is an exciting way for loved ones to get together and celebrate, it is important to remember that fireworks can also be dangerous if they are used improperly. When planning to use fireworks, it is crucial that the right safety precautions…Read More

What do I do After Sustaining an Injury in a Pennsylvania Mass Transit Accident?

There are millions of people who use the mass transportation provided by the state of Pennsylvania every day. This includes the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority’s (SEPTA) many buses and trains. Usually, these methods of transportation are safe and there are no major problems. However, it is possible for an accident to happen just like another other vehicle. When a mass transit vehicle due to the negligence of another party and…Read More

Can I Recover Compensation After a Pennsylvania Elevator Accident?

It is an unfortunate reality that elevator accidents happen more than people realize. When they do, they can cause severe injuries that have the potential to affect a person for the rest of their life. It is because of this that injured parties may wish to pursue legal action to recover compensation as coverage for the damages that stem from these incidents. In doing so, be sure to retain the…Read More

How do I Recover Compensation After a Restaurant Accident in Pennsylvania?

As restaurants begin to reopen throughout the state of Pennsylvania, it is important to keep your safety in mind. While attending a meal, you usually do not consider the idea of being involved in an accident. However, it is possible in the event that the property owner is negligent and does not care for the grounds. When an injury is sustained due to negligence in a restaurant, injured parties may…Read More

How is a Lack of Security Considered Negligence?

Under premises liability law, property owners have a legal obligation to maintain their grounds so that people who come onto it do not become injured as a result. This can include owners and managers of apartment buildings, office buildings, parking lots, stadiums, shopping centers, etc. The failure to do so can result in serious injuries. There are many ways that a property owner can uphold their duty to a safe…Read More

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