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What Legal Recourse Do You Have When a Product Causes Injury?

When a component of your car, truck, motorcycle or a recreational vehicle (ATV, boat, Jet Ski or snowmobile) breaks down, you probably visit a mechanic. However, when that breakdown causes injury or death in eastern Pennsylvania – for example, if the vehicle failed to brake in time to avoid an accident – the injured are Read More

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How Can an Attorney Help With Insurance Claim Denials?

As most Philadelphia insurance attorneys are aware, the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) includes provisions designed to help patients get a more fair and improved system of reviews of denied insurance claims. How is this news? In general, people are denied claims in both insurance and employment disability programs on a routine basis. These denials come Read More

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How are Permanent, Temporary and Partial Disabilities Determined in Workers Comp?

The state where a person works has a large effect on how workers compensation is paid for a job-related injury. A workers compensation attorney in Philadelphia, for example, may help a sick or injured employee in Pennsylvania in different ways and toward different outcomes than in New Jersey. One of those differences is the distinction Read More

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Why a Medical Malpractice Lawyer Should Investigate a Late Cancer Diagnosis

Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyers work in the sphere of some of the most advanced medical institutions in the world, research-based institutions that have earned excellent reputations. Yet cases involving misdiagnoses or a failure to diagnose one of the most common and often fatal diseases, colon cancer, are frequently handled by Pennsylvania medical mistake lawyers. According Read More

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Top Five Myths about Mesothelioma

Mesothelioma isn’t as common or well-known as other cancers. Because of that, research suffers from lack of funding and public understanding of the disease is sketchy. There are many myths about the disease that should be laid to rest. Mesothelioma will disappear as asbestos use dwindles. A study by the National Institutes of Health shows Read More

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How Hard is it to Appeal a Workers’ Comp Claim Denial?

The Philadelphia workers comp laws – that is, the statutes as they apply throughout Pennsylvania – are intended to be a smooth means for workers to find financial resolution to workplace injuries. If you were injured or made sick by conditions at your job, you are entitled to coverage of medical costs and a portion Read More

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How Can You Sue for Asbestos Illness Decades After Exposure?

We see it in advertising throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey and across the country ― asbestos-related diseases such as mesothelioma, asbestosis, lung cancer and cancers of the colon, esophagus and larynx. Such diseases are often the result of an exposure to the dangerous substance decades ago. New Jersey asbestos injury attorneys often have to explain Read More

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What Is the Statute of Limitations for Mesothelioma?

Mesothelioma attorneys in Pennsylvania work with patients who were exposed to asbestos in their employment, many years prior to the diagnosis of their illness. Mesothelioma often affects the lining of the lungs and sometimes affects the abdomen, colon, esophagus, stomach and rectum. It is typically diagnosed decades after exposure. If you or a loved one Read More

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When Your Lung Cancer Comes from Asbestos

Each year, some 200,000 new cases of lung cancer are diagnosed in the United States. Lung cancer is responsible for more than one-fourth of all cancer deaths in the United States — more than breast, prostate and colon cancer combined. The most common cause is cigarette smoking. More than 44 percent of new cases are Read More

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Second-Hand Asbestos Claims

Imagine your child walks inside after a long day, tired and worn out, and covered in dust and dirt. Most moms command that the clothing — the jeans, the t-shirt, maybe a jacket — be left in the front hall and that the “guilty party” proceed to the bath before dinner. And then you do Read More

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