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Ruling Allowing Stacked Coverage Absent New Waiver Stands

Zack Needles , The Legal Intelligencer October 5, 2017 The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has cemented a lower court’s ruling that entitled insureds who previously rejected stacked auto coverage to take advantage of stacking where the insurer fails to obtain… Read More

Schmidt Kramer Hosts Annual Golf Tournament Benefiting United Cerebral Palsy of Central Pennsylvania

Today, Schmidt Kramer hosted the 31st Annual UCP/SchmidtKramer Golf Tournament at Carlisle Country Club in Carlisle, PA. The firm has hosted the event all 31 years.   Partners Charles E. Schmidt, Jr., Gerard C. Kramer and Scott B. Cooper were this year's… Read More

Schmidt Kramer Volleyball Team Wins Dauphin County Bar Association Social Volleyball League

Schmidt Kramer's company volleyball team, "888-8888", recently won the Dauphin County Bar Association social volleyball league championship. This is the second time in the past three years Schmidt Kramer has won the league championship. Members of the… Read More

Five Schmidt Kramer Attorneys Included in 2018 The Best Lawyers in America

Schmidt Kramer is proud to announce that five attorneys from our firm were selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2018 edition in the category of Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs in Harrisburg, Pa. These attorneys include founding… Read More

In Wake of Informed Consent Ruling, Med Mal Lawyers Raising Questions

Originally published by Max Mitchell in The Legal Intelligencer August 4, 2017 Some attorneys are saying a new ruling on informed consent will sow confusion in the medical industry and lead to an uptick in legal disputes. Others say it just clears up… Read More

4 Ways Kraft Shooting Case Could Reshape Punitive Damages Litigation

Originally Published by Max Mitchell, The Legal Intelligencer July 21, 2017 The Pennsylvania Superior Court has tossed out a $38.5 million punitive damages award in a case involving a fatal shooting at a Kraft factory, but according to several plaintiffs… Read More

Six Schmidt Kramer Attorneys Named as 2017 Super Lawyers

Our Harrisburg law firm is proud to announce that six of our attorneys have been selected as Super Lawyers for 2017. Attorneys Chuck Schmidt, Gerry Kramer, Scott Cooper and Mike Kosik were included in the 2017 Super Lawyer list for the general plaintiff… Read More

Will 'Toner' Stacking Precedent Continue to Haunt Plaintiffs Bar?

By Max Mitchell, The Legal Intelligencer  Just before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court was set to hear arguments about what insurance carriers have to do to ensure someone with a single-vehicle policy has properly been given the chance to waive stacking… Read More

Liquor Licensee's Good-Faith Effort Prevents Automatic Revocation

Ben Seal, The Legal Intelligencer A liquor license held in safekeeping for more than the allotted three years should not be revoked if its owner makes a good-faith effort to reinstate the license but fails, the Commonwealth Court has ruled. In a unanimous… Read More

Schmidt Kramer Hosts April Food Drive

Schmidt Kramer is proud to announce that we are hosting a food drive from April 17-28 to benefit the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank. Participants can drop off donations to our Harrisburg office. While most grocery products are welcomed, we recommend… Read More