Things You MUST Do After A Slip & Fall Accident!

Each year in the U.S., more than 8 million people seek medical care at hospitals because of fall-related injuries. Falls can be accidents that happen because of the actions of the victims or because of the negligence of others. For example, if you slip and… read more

Most Common Causes of Slip and Fall Accidents

People can fall almost anywhere, including at home, at work, at a friend’s home, at a store, or church. Slipping or tripping and falling can result in serious injuries. Elderly adults are especially at risk of being injured in slip-and-fall accidents. According to the Centers… read more

What Is a Slip and Fall Injury?

A slip-and-fall accident is a type of personal injury case that happens when a person trips or slips and falls while they are visiting someone else’s property. Slip-and-fall cases are premises liability claims, and the property’s owner or operator may be liable to pay damages… read more

Does hiring a DUI lawyer make a difference?

If you have been charged with drunk driving in Pennsylvania, you might wonder whether you need to hire a DUI lawyer or if you can handle the case on your own. There are several reasons why you should seek legal advice from an attorney when… read more

What is the Statute of Limitations for Theft by Deception?

In every state, there are statutes of limitations that establish the time within which the state has to bring charges against people for committing crimes. If the state fails to file charges within the limitations period, the statute of limitations can serve as a complete… read more

Do I have to take a breath, blood, or urine test if I’m stopped for driving under the influence?

When people are pulled over because of an officer’s suspicion that they might be driving under the influence of alcohol or other substances, the officer will conduct an investigation. The investigation might include officer questioning, observations, and field sobriety tests. If the officer develops probable… read more

What You Need to Know About Pennsylvania’s Implied Consent Law

***Note: This blog article is for informational purposes only. Our law firm does not handle matters outside Pennsylvania. *** When you drive or otherwise operate a motor vehicle in Pennsylvania, the state considers you to have given implied consent to have your blood or breath… read more

What is reasonable suspicion for a DUI stop?

Except for DUI checkpoints and roadblocks, police officers in Pennsylvania are only allowed to stop motorists when they have a reasonable suspicion that the motorists have committed violations or have engaged in criminal activities. If an officer has a reasonable suspicion that you have committed… read more

Can I get a DUI for sleeping drunk in my car?

In Pennsylvania, you can be charged with a DUI if you drive, operate, or are in actual physical control of a motor vehicle while you are impaired by alcohol or drugs. What constitutes being in actual physical control of a vehicle is determined by the… read more

What does “BAC” stand for?

If you drive with a BAC of 0.08% or higher in any U.S. state, including Pennsylvania, you can be charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. If your BAC is significantly higher than that level, you can face more serious DUI penalties. While you… read more