Philadelphia Fire Claims Life of a Mother and Her Three Children

According to AP News, a mother and her three children died in a Philadelphia house fire on September 5, 2020. Fire crews responded to a house fire just before 8:00 a.m. The fire was in a row home in the Kensington neighborhood. When crews arrived,… read more

1 killed, 6 Injured in West Philadelphia Multi-Vehicle Crash

A horrific traffic accident in the Overbrook Park section of Philadelphia caused one death and multiple injuries. The multi-vehicle crash occurred about 2:00 p.m. on September 1, 2020, in front of the Together We Grow 2 daycare center. Two vehicles were involved in the crash…. read more

Marine Killed in Philadelphia Traffic Accident

Cpl. David Shuff died in a tragic motorcycle accident on August 1, 2020. According to Marine Corps Time, Cpl. Shuff was traveling at high speeds when his Yamaha motorcycle crashed into a car. The car was turning from the opposite lane into a parking lot…. read more

Philadelphia Bar Echoes Statewide Call to Allow Grads to Practice Without Taking Bar Exam

Law school graduates around the country are in limbo. They have law degrees, but they cannot practice law.  Bar exams have been repeatedly re-scheduled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. In Pennsylvania, the July 2020 bar exam is now scheduled for October 2020.  States are taking… read more

2 Dead, 3 Injured After Vehicle Crashes Into Tree Then Lands in Cobbs Creek Parkway in Southwest Philadelphia

On July 30, 2020, emergency responders received a call that a vehicle was in Cobbs Creek. The accident occurred about 9:30 p.m. near Upland Street on Cobbs Creek Parkway in Southwest Philadelphia. A Jeep Cherokee with five occupants struck a tree and ended up in… read more

Elevator Falls 10 Floors in Kensington After Cable Snaps, Man Injured: Police

A 26-year-old man fell ten floors in an elevator at a worksite in the 2000 block of North 2nd Street in Kensington. According to Philadelphia police, a cable snapped. The accident happened on August 6, 2020, around 12:50 p.m. The victim was taken to Temple… read more

Philadelphia Hospitals See Increase in Firework Accident Cases Over 4th of July Weekend

Hospitals expect firework accident cases to increase on July Fourth. However, the increase in firework injuries has been earlier this year. Einstein Healthcare reported two life-altering injuries ahead of the Fourth of July holiday weekend this year. Unfortunately, the cancelation of many July 4th celebrations… read more

COVID 19 Business Interruption Insurance

Business owners throughout Pennsylvania continue to struggle from the financial losses and interruption to their business caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. While state and federal aid might have helped keep some businesses open, many businesses may close forever if they cannot recover the loss of… 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