Tracy Morgan Collision Underscores Necessity for Truck Driving Regulation and Personal Injury Representation for Automobile Accident Recoveries

June 23, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   Automobile Accidents   |   0 Comments

Comedian Tracy Morgan’s collision with a Walmart tractor- trailer, killing one passenger and injuring four in a six car chain reaction crash, on the New Jersey Turnpike in Cranbury, N.J, at one AM June 7, 2014 underscores the necessity for effective truck driving regulation and personal injury representation for catastrophic accidents. “Congestion, fatigue, distraction contribute […]

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Effective Representation is Crucial for Automobile Accident Recoveries

June 17, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   Automobile Accidents   |   0 Comments

Fresh analysis of automobile accidents and collisions by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) attests to high economic costs and pervasive social impacts of motor vehicle collisions. “The price tag for crashes comes at a heavy burden for Americans at $871 billion in economic loss and societal harm. This includes […]

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Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Fighting for Those Severely Injured and Swindled by Arbitration Agreements

June 17, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   Arbitration,Nursing Home Neglect   |   0 Comments

Recently, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania allowed the Superior Court decision in Pisano v. Extendicare Homes to stand, which maintained that a person residing at a nursing home may sign a binding arbitration agreement to keep claims on his behalf out of the court system but still allowed the deceased’s family a right to a […]

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PISANO v. EXTENDICARE HOMES Superior Court Decision Stands: A Victory for families of persons who passed away in Nursing Homes

June 17, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   Nursing Home Neglect   |   0 Comments

In Pisano v. Extendicare Homes, Vincent Pisano allegedly died as a result of the care or lack of care he received at the nursing home he was staying in. When Vincent first arrived to the nursing home, his daughter, legally acting on his behalf, more or less signed a contract agreeing that all legal matters […]

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What is Arbitration?

June 17, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   Arbitration   |   0 Comments

Black’s Law Dictionary defines ARBITRATION as “the investigation and determination of a matter or matters of difference between contending parties, by one or more unofficial persons, chosen by the parties, and called “arbitrators,” or “referees.” In other words, it is a way to settle a case outside of the traditional trial setting, by having each […]

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