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My Doctor Failed to Diagnose My Cancer, What Are My Options?

Cancer is extremely common in the United States. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) estimates that 1,658,370 new cases will be diagnosed in 2015, or about 4,543 new cases each day. Yet despite this enormous number of diagnoses, even more cases will go undiagnosed – even after being examined by a doctor, dentist, or dermatologist. If […]

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Can I Get Compensation if I Was Partly at Fault for My Accident?

Car accidents are chaotic, and fault isn’t always black-and-white. While fault is obvious in some scenarios – for example, a driver who rear-ends someone waiting at a red light – there many cases where both parties share some measure of blame for the crash. In this article, Philadelphia car accident lawyer, Brent Wieand, will discuss […]

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Berks County Nursing Home Accused of Neglectful Care

As part of the an ongoing action by the state to crack down on neglectful nursing home care, the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office has filed an Amended Complaint to include Golden Living Center in Exeter Township, Berks County. The lawsuit alleges Golden Living engaged in deceptive and unlawful business practices. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is demanding that […]

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Is it Safe for My Child to Have General Anesthesia?

Human teeth are incredibly sensitive.  Without the use of numbing agents like Novocain, even minor dental work would be excruciating.  But for major procedures, like having wisdom teeth pulled, local anesthetic isn’t always sufficient.  In these cases, the dentist might have to use a general anesthetic to render the patient completely unconscious.  General anesthesia has […]

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What to Do if You Were in a Car Accident Over Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day is a time to celebrate the workforce.  For most Americans, it’s also a time for drinking.  That’s all well and good – until driving enters the mix.  If you were hit by a drunk driver on Labor Day Weekend in Pennsylvania or New Jersey, you’re not alone.  Depending on how the accident happened, […]

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Who is Liable for Injuries on Public Transportation?

Every day, public transportation safely brings millions upon millions of Americans from Point A to Point B.  However, that doesn’t mean accidents never occur.  In fact, there are thousands of SEPTA accidents in Philadelphia each year (to say nothing of countless other carriers across the country).  If you were injured while riding public transportation, you […]

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What are my Rights if I’m Injured by a Drunk Driver?

The size of the drunk driving problem in the United States is alarming. Alcohol related car accidents caused an estimated $37 billion in damages each year and are a leading cause of motor vehicle accident deaths.  In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention there were over 10,000 people killed by drunk or impaired […]

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Who’s Responsible if I Get Injured on Someone Else’s Property?

While getting hurt at home is painful and aggravating, there’s rarely a question of liability (unless you were injured by a defective product or a negligent repair job, which is another matter altogether). But if someone gets hurt another person’s property, there’s an entirely different set of legal considerations for the injury victim. Depending on […]

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