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Scott Cooper in Free Webinar about Business Loss Claims Related to COVID-19

Was your business devastated by the coronavirus pandemic and resulting shutdown? You may be able to file a business interruption insurance claim to obtain compensation to help keep your business running. However, does your policy cover losses from a…

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What Medical Costs are Considered Reasonable and Necessary?

Often the largest portion of a settlement for a personal injury is the victim’s medical bills for past and future treatment. However, you can only recover compensation for reasonable and necessary treatment of your injuries. This raises the question:…

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Seven Schmidt Kramer Attorneys Chosen for Best Lawyers in America

Schmidt Kramer is proud to announce seven of our attorneys were selected for the 2021 edition of The Best Lawyers in America©. Daryl Christopher was named Lawyer of the Year for Insurance Law and Michael Kosik was named Lawyer of the Year for Personal…

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How do Motorcycle Accident Claims Differ from Car Crash Claims?

Even though motorcycles and cars are both motorized vehicles, there are some significant differences between them, particularly when these vehicles are involved in accidents. Not only are injuries from motorcycle crashes often more significant than injuries…

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We are excited to announce our participation in the #ChooseHBG campaign to benefit local businesses operating in Harrisburg. The goal of this campaign is to increase spending on things like dining, contracting and investing in businesses in the city.…

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Can Vehicle Maintenance Become a Factor in a Car Crash Lawsuit?

There are many reasons why car crashes happen, from driver negligence to bad weather or poor road conditions. One factor that does not get as much attention is a lack of maintenance of one of the vehicles involved in the accident. For example, over or…

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Pennsylvania Driving Tests Now Easier Than Ever, But At What Cost?

On June 2nd, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDot) resumed driver’s skills tests with certain modifications after the department cancelled about 28,000 tests scheduled between mid-March and the end of May due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While…

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If you are unemployed and have thought about driving for Uber, you may have decided against it because you did not want to endanger your unemployment benefits. However, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently ruled that Uber drivers are employees. The…

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Workers’ Compensation for Fights or Workplace Violence

There are a variety of injury risks in the workplace, from heavy machinery to slippery floors and defective products. Workplace violence, such as fights between coworkers, also causes a significant number of injuries each year. Filing a workers’ compensation…

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You may have thought the traffic fatality rate would have decreased in April and May due to stay-at-home orders and the closure of non-essential businesses throughout the county. However, despite there being much less traffic on roads throughout the…

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