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$19.7 Million Medical Malpractice Verdict for Delayed Diagnosis

The delayed diagnosis of a spinal cord lesion has resulted a $19.7 million verdict for a Pennsylvania woman, according to Philadelphia delayed diagnosis lawyers. The Philadelphia jury rendered this verdict against Penn Medicine, and it is believed to be the highest medical malpractice verdict in Pennsylvania yet for 2022. The plaintiff in this case alleged […]

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Assisted Living Residents Poisoned from Dishwashing Liquid

A Philadelphia assisted living neglect lawyer details how neglect at a California assisted living facility has left one resident dead and two residents hospitalized after ingesting toxic dishwashing liquid at Atria Park of San Mateo. The residents were all served the dishwashing liquid instead of juice. A 93-year old resident with dementia has now died […]

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PA Supreme Court Approves Venue Restriction Amendments for Med Mal Claims

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently removed the venue restrictions for medical malpractice claims filed within the Commonwealth, according to a Philadelphia medical malpractice lawyer. The amendments approved on August 24th will empower plaintiffs to sue medical providers in counties that they regularly conduct business or have significant contacts. The new rule becomes effective on January […]

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Supreme Court Docket – 10 Cases to Watch

The approaching Fall Term for the U.S. Supreme Court has many people questioning the impact that the court’s conservative majority will have on the pending docket. With public approval and confidence ratings the lowest in decades, the Court is also reeling from the leaked abortion draft opinion. Not shrinking under public scrutiny, the justices have […]

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Two PA Nursing Homes and Staff Indicted on Health Care Fraud

Philadelphia nursing home lawyers are closely monitoring a recent indictment of two Pennsylvania nursing homes accused of health care fraud. On August 5th, 2022, The United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania issued an indictment against two nursing homes and five of their employees. Comprehensive Healthcare Management Services, LLC which operated a […]

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New Jersey Governor Signs Law Raising Automobile Insurance Coverage Minimums

On August 5, 2022, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed bill S-481 into law, raising automobile insurance coverage minimums. According to a New Jersey car accident lawyer, this is the first increase to motor vehicle coverage minimums since they were first established 50 years ago. This long overdue increase will help victims of car accidents […]

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Who Can Be Held Liable After School Violence?

With the shooting at Robb Elementary School shattering hearts across the nation, a personal injury lawyer Philadelphia PA trusts speaks out about school violence and liability. Violence at schools and colleges around the country have become front page news over the past decade. Gun violence, as well as attacks using knives or other weapons, continue […]

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Does Juror Gender Influence Plaintiff Litigation Success?

A Philadelphia personal injury lawyer reflects on a recent study gauging the impact of gender on jury deliberations. The report indicated that juries consisting of over 50% women ruled in favor of the plaintiff more often than juries consisting of mostly men, or equal men and female. The report by Verdict Search reviewed cases over […]

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UPMC Carlisle Nurse Secretly Recorded Emergency Room Patients

Former UPMC nurse, Michael Bragg, allegedly used hidden video cameras to secretly record emergency room patients, in various states of undress, at UPMC Pinnacle Carlisle. Our sexual abuse lawyers are now investigating civil claims against Michael Bragg and UPMC. If you or family member believe that you were secretly recorded by Michael Bragg at UPMC […]

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Heather Glen Senior Living Fire – Nursing Home Lawyers Serving Lehigh County

Heather Glen Senior Living Center, a personal care facility near Upper Macungie, caught fire on Sunday morning, forcing the evacuation of 82 residents.   Six of the residents required hospitalization for injuries sustained during the fire.  Unfortunately, reports of fire incidents in senior housing communities have hit newspapers around the country.  These fires are often preventable, […]

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