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Monthly Archives: November 2021

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Why Hire A Car Accident Lawyer After A Crash?

By van der Veen, Hartshorn, and Levin |

Car accidents are always scary and unfortunately, you will face a great deal of uncertainty even after the crash. You may think your own insurance company, or that of the negligent party, is going to protect you and provide the coverage you need to recover from your injuries. Without the help of a Philadelphia… Read More »

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Safety Tips For Pedestrians

By van der Veen, Hartshorn, and Levin |

Pedestrians are placed at the greatest risk of being hit by a vehicle when they try to cross streets. On Halloween, this becomes even more dangerous as people cross streets more regularly trying to get to all homes on each side. To prevent an accident from occurring: Only cross the street when there is… Read More »

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Five Defenses To Domestic Violence Allegations

By van der Veen, Hartshorn, and Levin |

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. The purpose of this month is to mourn those that have been lost to abuse, celebrate survivors, and to strive for change. Dedicating a month to domestic violence awareness is incredibly important and a way for everyone to show their support for victims. Unfortunately, not everyone accused of… Read More »

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How To Prove A Slip And Fall Case

By van der Veen, Hartshorn, and Levin |

Recently, a man filed a lawsuit after claiming that he tripped and fell over a raised electrical outlet in a medical marijuana retail shop. The man claims that he tripped and suffered a torn rotator cuff, sprains and strains, and injuries to his hand and arm. He is also claiming that the incident has… Read More »

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State Senator Is Trying To Expand The Castle Doctrine In Pennsylvania

By van der Veen, Hartshorn, and Levin |

Recently, State Senator Pat Stefano introduced legislation to expand the Castle Doctrine law in Pennsylvania. The Castle Doctrine, also known as the Stand Your Ground law, allows Pennsylvanians to use force, even deadly force, if someone enters their home with the intent to commit a crime. The new legislation proposes to extend the law… Read More »

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