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Three Important Aspects Of Premises Liability Claims

By van der Veen, Hartshorn, and Levin |

In March of 2019, a woman was injured in a popular big box store. The woman had entered the store to purchase a number of items, including medication for her son and storage containers. As she bent down to retrieve a storage container, a large bin from the top shelf fell and struck her… Read More »

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FAQs About Premises Liability Claims

By van der Veen, Hartshorn, and Levin |

A toddler was recently injured at a popular houseware store after she hit her head on a sink in the public washroom and cut her head. The father is now pursuing a premises liability claim against the company. Within the lawsuit, he alleges that the sink had sharp angled corners, and that it stood… Read More »

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Are Ski Resorts Liable for Accidents?

By van der Veen, Hartshorn, and Levin |

It’s optimal ski weather all around Pennsylvania right now. Unfortunately, a day of skiing doesn’t always result in just good  memories and improved ski skills. Sometimes, accidents happen. In fact, in early February of 2019, an Allentown man was in a fatal accident at Blue Mountain Resort. It was the second death at the… Read More »

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Premises Drownings

By van der Veen, Hartshorn, and Levin |

Backyard swimming pools are notoriously dangerous for babies, toddlers, and young children. If your child was injured or lost their life due to a backyard pool accident at another person’s premises, you have the right to pursue legal action. An experienced Philadelphia lawyer can help you through this traumatic time by ensuring that medical… Read More »

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Negligent Security

By van der Veen, Hartshorn, and Levin |

Property owners must take steps to ensure that their property is reasonably safe for visitors. When they fail to take these steps, property owners can be held liable for injuries sustained as a result of their negligence. The duty to make their property safe for visitors also requires property owners to offer reasonable security… Read More »

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