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How Biases Against Women Can Impact Women’s Ability to Seek Justice After a Car Crash

2018-02-09T20:46:22+00:00 By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURG, Pennsylvania. According to Broadly, the FBI, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety all report that men are more likely to get into accidents than women. Men are estimated to pay as much as $15,000 more in car insurance over the course of their lives. Despite this, women [...]

When Doctors Dismiss Women’s Symptoms-Injury and Death Sometimes Follows

2018-01-25T16:50:27+00:00 By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania. Serena Williams recently gave birth, but she, like many other women in America, suffered from frightening and life-threatening birth complications. According to Vogue, Williams experienced “shortness of breath” while recovering from a C-section in the hospital. Williams had suffered from blood clots in the past and she knew the symptoms. She spoke to [...]

Traumatic Brain Injuries In A Car Accident

2018-01-16T19:30:44+00:00 By |Personal Injury|

Traumatic brain injuries occur when the head is struck, jerked, or penetrated by any foreign object. Injuries can be sustained in the range of mild to severe. In a mild brain injury loss of full conscious awareness may persist for some time. The majority of all reported traumatic brain injuries are the result of an [...]

Fire Prevention and Safety

2018-01-16T17:14:20+00:00 By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania. As temperatures drop, the risk for fires increases. Across Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania, we’ve seen several deadly fires in just the past few weeks alone. In Pittsburgh, cold weather interfered with fire fighters’ ability to fight off flames when a home burst into flames, according to Pittsburgh’s Action News 4. And, in Salem Township, [...]

Snowy Roads Bring Hazards to Holiday Travel

2017-12-26T17:19:31+00:00 By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania. If the past several weeks are any indication of what is to come, snowy weather is likely to wreak havoc on Pittsburgh roads this holiday season. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, snowy roads last week led to several accidents. Even though the Gazette reports that the snow showers were minor, they still resulted [...]

Allegheny County’s Dangerous Intersections for Car Accidents

2017-12-08T18:53:59+00:00 By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania. Some intersections are simply more dangerous than others. You may have sensed it while driving. Perhaps there were blind spots, or maybe there were many lanes crossing and merging that just gave you a bad feeling. Up until recently, drivers would have only been able to guess which intersections were the most dangerous. [...]

Employee Rights And Worker’s Compensation Lawyer

2017-11-27T19:08:19+00:00 By |Uncategorized|

The employment law covers the legal issues relating to the employees such as wrongful termination, workplace safety, discrimination and wages and taxation. State law and Federal law govern the employment law and ensures all the employee's rights.   Employee’s Rights In RIverSide: Having a knowledge of the employee’s right secures the job of an employee [...]

BMW Recalls One Million Vehicles: Are You at Risk?

2017-11-09T21:42:18+00:00 By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania. The video (available at the Sunday Express) is alarming. A parked luxury vehicle starts to smoke for no apparent reason. As the smoke grows thick, concerned onlookers express fear. Then, breaking through the veil of smoke is a single flame that quickly grows into a full-blown fire that consumes the vehicle. Fire fighters [...]

California Officers at Las Vegas Shooting Being Denied Worker’s Compensation

2017-10-27T21:25:14+00:00 By |Personal Injury|

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania. According to the Government of Pennsylvania, workers who suffer psychological injuries or who experience mental health distress while on the job are entitled to worker’s compensation under the Worker’s Compensation Act. Individuals suffering from mental distress or who experience a decline in their mental health as a result of their job have to [...]


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