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Latest Publication Recognizes Leaders in the Legal Profession in Pennsylvania

Our firm is proud to announce that six lawyers at Schmidt Kramer were chosen for the 2020 Edition of Pennsylvania’s Best Lawyers for their leadership in the legal field. The publication includes the following Harrisburg attorneys: Scott B. Cooper… Read More

Can You File a Business Interruption Claim Over the Coronavirus?

We are in an unprecedented situation with the coronavirus pandemic. Entire sectors of the economy are either shut down or seeing a tremendous decline in business. Companies large and small are losing a lot of money and some may not be able to stay in… Read More

Pennsylvania Health Insurance Related Services During Coronavirus Outbreak

Many Pennsylvania health insurers are unsure of how to properly manage and address the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the state with regard to providing those insured with accurate information on coverage. However, there are certain steps that health… Read More

CORONAVIRUS - Will I Continue to Collect Workers Compensation Benefits If My Company Is Ordered to Close?

On Thursday, March 19, 2020, Governor Tom Wolf recently ordered that all non life-sustaining businesses in Pennsylvania close down their physical operations in an effort to slow down the spread of the COVID-19 virus. While there will obviously be questions… Read More

If You’ve Been Injured, We can handle your Case with No Face to Face Meeting

Injured in an accident or hurt on the job? Schmidt Kramer offers a free no-obligation consultation and electronic signups, so you never need to leave home to get experienced legal representation. Our initial legal consultation is completely free, and… Read More

Can I File a Claim After an Accident Caused by Black Ice?

The short answer is “yes.” Pennsylvania is a no-fault state, so you should be able to file a claim with your own insurance policy, no matter who is at fault in an accident. Schmidt Kramer’s Harrisburg car accident lawyers explain the options that may… Read More

Governor Announces Coronavirus Testing Costs Have Been Waived by Insurers

Diagnosing people who have coronavirus is an important step as our state and the rest of the world look to contain the spread of the disease. That is why Governor Tom Wolf worked with major health insurers operating in the state on waiving any cost-sharing… Read More

Sexual Assault Victims of Former UPMC Nurse May be Able to Seek Compensation

Anyone who was treated at UPMC Carlisle’s emergency room between January 2016 and April 19, 2019 may have been secretly videotaped by former nurse Michael Bragg. According to Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, Bragg recorded 206 patients without… Read More

How Car Crash Victims Could Hurt Their Claim

There is often a lot of anxiety and confusion after a car crash. This may cause victims to make various mistakes that could hurt their chances of recovering fair compensation for their damages. Many of these mistakes involve interactions with insurance… Read More

Data May Show 17 Percent Decrease in Pedestrian Deaths in Pennsylvania Last Year

As much of the country saw an increase in pedestrian deaths last year, the number of pedestrian deaths declined 17 percent, according to projections from the Governor’s Highway Safety Association (GHSA) in its new report on pedestrian traffic deaths in… Read More