I Wasn’t Wearing a Helmet in My Motorcycle Accident: Can I Sue?

2017-09-05T20:51:16+00:00By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania. Under Pennsylvania law, individuals are required to wear a helmet by law unless they are over 21 years old and have two years riding experience, or they have completed an approved motorcycle safety course. In Pennsylvania, individuals are required to wear both a helmet and protective eyewear. If you were in a motorcycle [...]

Do Personal Injury Cases Rely on Negligence?

2017-09-05T20:51:16+00:00By |Personal Injury|

Personal injury cases generally stand on the basis of negligence. If a driver was speeding and happens to crash into another vehicle, they were engaging in negligent behavior which contributed to causing the accident. If an employer fails to adequately train a worker and sends them out into the field inexperienced, they can be held [...]

Can I Recover Compensation in a Personal Injury Claim If I Was Partially At-Fault?

2017-09-05T20:51:16+00:00By |Personal Injury|

Although each personal injury claim is unique, all of these cases are founded on the concept of negligence. Put simply, negligence refers to a wrongdoing that causes another person an injury or loss. […]

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