5 Winter Safety Tips to Protect Your Home

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Winter has arrived, and Northeast Pennsylvania is experiencing snow, ice and freezing temperatures. This past weekend, Winter Storm Harper swept through the state and other parts of the Northeast, dumping 1 to 2 feet of snow and killing 10 people. More than 23,000 Pennsylvania residents don’t have electricity, and more … Read More

Look Out! Here Come “E-SCOOTERS”


As we know from Uber, Lift, and other services — vehicle sharing is now a part of our lives.  In fact, in larger cities, you may have noticed vehicle sharing includes “E-Scooters”. E-Scooters are pay-per-minute electric scooters.  Estimates demonstrate that since 2010, the bike-share industry has offered users more than … Read More

Driving Safety Tips for the Freezing Weather in Pennsylvania

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Some parts of Pennsylvania may experience below-freezing temperatures. With winter weather comes the increased risk of being involved in a car accident. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to protect yourself. Prepare your vehicle. Ideally, your vehicle should already be prepared for winter weather. This means checking to make … Read More

Don’t Host a New Year’s Eve Party Without Reading This First


New Year’s Eve is one of the biggest party nights of the year. Many people drink heavily at New Year’s house parties and events. If you are planning on hosting a New Year’s gathering this year, or you are planning on attending one at a family member or friend’s house, … Read More

Can I Sue a Bar That Overserved the Person Who Hit My Car?

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Now that the holidays are in full swing, many people are traveling to holiday parties and events to celebrate the season. Drinking and partying also occur more often during the holiday season, specifically at bars and restaurants. Texas has a set of laws called dram shop laws that govern what … Read More

7 Essential Road Trip Safety Tips for Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday for family and friends to get together and celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. It is also one of the most dangerous times to be on the road. From 2012 to 2016, more than 800 people died in drunk driving accidents during the Thanksgiving holiday period. Thanksgiving … Read More

After Several Deadly Bus Accidents, Are Your Children Safe?

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In a three-day span at the end of October, several children were injured or killed in school-bus related accidents. These crashes occurred in Mississippi, Indiana, and two Florida cities. In Pennsylvania, authorities reported that a driver hit a 7-year-old boy while he was waiting at the bus stop, and the … Read More

How Bad Is the Distracted Driving Problem in Pennsylvania?

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When was the last time you saw a distracted driving PSA? They are constantly on television, radio stations and social media, but are Pennsylvanians paying attention to them? New statistics say that the drivers in our state are not heeding these warnings, and it’s creating a massive distracted driving problem. … Read More

Calls For Limousine Inspection and Regulatory Enforcement in the Wake of 20 Deaths

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Earlier this month, 20 people were killed when a stretch limousine barreled through a stop sign and crashed into two others celebrating a family wedding. In the subsequent investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board (“NTSB”), Nauman Hussain, the operator of the limousine company that provided the limo involved in … Read More

But I Don’t Want To Go To Physical Therapy

I recently fractured my ankle.  While there are pieces to this recovery process, and unfortunately, the right side of my ankle, I am currently in the physical therapy phase.  Frankly, I could not wait to get to this point, I just want to get back to where I was before the … Read More