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Proving Negligence In Roll-Over Truck Accidents

By O'Donnell Law Offices |

Deadly Roll-Over Truck Accidents Few things are more deadly than a semi-truck rolling over at a high speed on a highway. In fact, despite representing only a small percentage of overall trucking accidents, they are also responsible for the most deaths. However, it’s really no surprise why. Semi-trucks can legally weigh up to 80,000… Read More »

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What Do “Work Related Injury” And “Occupational Disease” Really Mean?

By O'Donnell Law Offices |

If you are employed in Pennsylvania and have been injured on the job, you may be feeling frustrated and overwhelmed trying to determine what the next steps are and if you have any options available to you. The language in the workers’ compensation statutes can be hard to understand, and employers rarely go out… Read More »

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Overcoming Liability Waivers

By O'Donnell Law Offices |

Liability waivers are hard to avoid. Most companies and service providers require customers to sign liability waivers now, and many establishments, like theme parks and concert venues, have waivers that you agree to merely by purchasing a ticket or entering the venue. If you have suffered an injury, these waivers can seem like a… Read More »

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Have You Suffered A Traumatic Brain Injury?

By O'Donnell Law Offices |

Suffering a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can completely change your life. Car accidents are one of the most common causes of TBIs in the United States. However, they can also be caused by dangerous working conditions, slip-and-fall accidents, medical error, assault and/or battery, and other forms of negligence or recklessness. If you or a… Read More »

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Have You Been Injured in a Pennsylvania Bus Accident?

By O'Donnell Law Offices |

If you were a passenger on a bus that was involved in an accident, and you or a loved one suffered injuries as a result, you may be able to bring a personal injury lawsuit to compensate you for your damages, pain, and suffering. Although bus crashes are not as common as other types… Read More »

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Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation FAQs

By O'Donnell Law Offices |

If you are an employee who has been injured on the job, while performing a work-related function, you likely qualify for workers’ compensation. However, knowing you’re entitled to workers’ compensation benefits is often the easy part; it can be getting what you’re entitled to that’s a challenge. Can I sue to recover for my… Read More »

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Have You Been Injured in an Uber Accident?

By O'Donnell Law Offices |

If you’ve been injured as a passenger in an Uber accident in Pennsylvania, you may not be sure where to even start looking for support. Uber and Lyft accidents can be some of the most complicated to sort out, because so many different insurance policies are involved and it can be very confusing for… Read More »

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How to Win Your Pennsylvania Slip-and-Fall Case

By O'Donnell Law Offices |

If you have been injured by slipping and falling on someone else’s property, you may be wondering if there are any options available to help you cope with the damage. Many victims who have been injured in a slip-and-fall accident due to another’s negligence elect to move forward with a personal injury lawsuit, but… Read More »

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6 Ways Truck Drivers Can Avoid Driving Distracted

By O'Donnell Law Offices |

Distracted driving can be hard to avoid, as it requires moment-to-moment vigilance in remaining focused. Sometimes it’s not possible to pull over every time you want to change the radio station or take a drink of water, however, recognizing the very serious potential consequences of dividing your attention even for a short time while… Read More »

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Think the Pandemic Would Lead to Fewer Fatalities in Vehicle Crashes? Better Think Again

By Neil O'Donnell |

Last week, the National Safety Council issued a report concerning Americans driving during the pandemic. And, despite the fact that Americans drove fewer miles, the preliminary data shows 42,060 people died in motor vehicle crashes last year —including pedestrians — which was up 8% from 2019. That’s right — motor vehicle crashes killed nearly… Read More »

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