4 Types of Brain Injuries and 3 Levels of Severity

Brain injuries can range in severity. They also come in different forms. This overview will explain four of the most common types of brain injuries. It will also cover the three main levels of severity. That said, even a “minor” brain injury can have a… read more

Secrets of Accident Claims Against GEICO REVEALED!

GEICO sells auto insurance in Pennsylvania through six different entities. When you add all these entities together, GEICO falls in the top ten auto insurance companies in the state. But with only about 7.2% of the market, GEICO sits far behind the state’s top insurer:… read more

Common Car Accident Scenarios — Causes & Determining Fault

In 2020, the U.S. had over 6.75 million auto accidents. Of these, about 4.75 million resulted in injuries and 40,000 resulted in deaths. The remaining 1.95 million crashes only damaged property. Not all of these accidents resulted from negligence. Some accidents result from accidental causes…. read more

Is Everything I Tell My Personal Injury Lawyer Really Privileged?

Personal injury cases often require the disclosure of sensitive personal information. As a result, an accident victim may hesitate to contact an injury lawyer because of confidentiality reasons. Understanding attorney-client privilege may ease your mind if you are reluctant to contact an accident lawyer to… read more

Can You Sue For A Car Accident If You Are Not Hurt in Philadelphia?

If you’re injured in a car accident in Philadelphia, you can typically pursue compensation for your medical bills and similar losses by filing a claim to collect from your own insurance. This is because Pennsylvania is a no-fault state. In a no-fault state, it doesn’t… read more

Are Car Accident Reports Public Record in Philadelphia?

If you have been in a collision in Philadelphia, PA, you may wonder whether it needs to be reported. After a car accident, it can be hard to know where to start. You may wonder whether a police report of the accident will be necessary… read more

Top Five Reasons to Hire a Litigation Lawyer

Not all lawyers have the same practice areas. For example, a patent lawyer is one who helps an inventor protect their intellectual property. An estate planning lawyer helps clients draft wills and/or trusts. These practice areas rarely involve trial work, which consists of representing a… read more

Is Pennsylvania a No-Fault Accident State? 

Pennsylvania is both a fault and no-fault state for automobile accidents. The type of insurance policy a driver chooses determines their rights to pursue damages after a car accident. Understanding fault and no-fault insurance laws before you purchase a car insurance policy is essential. Fault… read more

Treating Vehophobia After a Car Accident

There are many consequences of car accidents. Physical injuries and financial losses are two of the most common types of damages by car crashes. However, emotional distress and psychological injuries are also common damages caused by car wrecks. Vehophobia is a fear of driving a… read more

Can Fault For a Crash Be Determined By Damage to the Cars in Philadelphia, PA?

Under Pennsylvania personal injury laws, you cannot hold another driver financially liable for damages unless you prove the other driver caused the car wreck. Therefore, you need to gather evidence that proves the other driver was to blame for the car crash. Sometimes, car damage… read more