What is the Mirena Crash?

There are many forms of birth control to choose from in the United States. A popular choice of birth control for many women is the Mirena IUD (intrauterine device). However, Mirena IUDs have been associated with a variety of side effects and serious health risks…. read more

Nine Factors That Determine How Much to Expect From a Car Accident Settlement

Each car accident case is unique. The amount of your settlement is based on the facts and circumstances in the case. You may need money now, but fight the urge to settle a car accident claim until you have all the facts about your injuries… read more

Facts About Road Rash

One of the most common types of motorcycle injuries a rider experiences in a crash is road rash. In many cases, road rash is not life-threatening and heals within a few weeks of the accident. However, some riders experience severe cases of road rash or… read more

My Attorney Screwed Up My Case…What Are My Rights?

Hiring an attorney to handle a personal injury claim or other legal matter can be a difficult decision. Many people interview several attorneys and research lawyers online before deciding which attorney to hire. They place their faith and trust in their attorney to protect their… read more

How Long Until Philadelphia Fully Reopens?

Even though Pennsylvania lawmakers passed a joint resolution calling for the end of the state’s COVID-19 emergency disaster declaration, the declaration still stands at this time. Governor Wolf said he has no plans to remove the emergency disaster declaration. A court may decide. So, for… read more

Average Salary of Philadelphia Soul Coach and Team Players

Arena football became very popular over the past few decades. It originated in the early 1980s. As an indoor football game, arena football utilizes the same size arena as standard hockey games. Games were played at a faster pace and usually had higher scores than… read more

How to Obtain a Car Accident Report in Philadelphia

Most people who are involved in a car accident in Philadelphia call 911 to report the accident. Under Pennsylvania law, individuals involved in a traffic accident must immediately notify the police department of the crash if anyone is killed or injured. Also, the parties must… read more

New Red Light Law Takes Effect in Pennsylvania

A new red light law took effect in Pennsylvania in 2016, but some people are still learning about it. The “Ride on Red” law was initially designed to help motorcyclists stuck at red lights that would not change. However, the law was expanded to include… read more

Do I Need a Lawyer if I Was Hurt in a Motorcycle Accident?

Motorcycle accidents were responsible for 4,985 deaths in 2018. Additionally, thousands of people are injured in motorcycle accidents each year. Even though a rider wears a motorcycle helmet and other protective gear, a rider can be seriously injured in a motorcycle crash. Motorcycle crashes can… read more

What Does Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Insurance Cover?

Over 2.5 million work-related injuries are reported each year in the United States. Injuries at work are costly for employers and employees. Workers’ compensation laws protect employees and employers. If you’ve been injured at work in Philadelphia, find out more by reading below. What is… read more