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PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS BLOG

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…

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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…

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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…

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In 2013, Allstate Corporation informed Maryland insurance regulators their car insurance rates needed to be updated. Allstate’s own risk analysis revealed they were charging almost all 93,000 Maryland customers premiums that were outdated. For example,…

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Why Deadlines for Filing Injury Claims May Vary from Case to Case

There is limited time to file a personal injury lawsuit after an injury occurs. That is because of Pennsylvania’s statute of limitations. However, while this deadline applies to many claims, there are other times when the deadline is sooner or later…

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Appeals courts in Pennsylvania continue to deal with cases involving stacking of uninsured and underinsured motorist (UIM) benefits in multiple policies. On February 10, a three-judge panel ruled in Grix v. Progressive Specialty Insurance that a trial…

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This is a reasonable question to ask because you do not want to use up your chances to apply for benefits. However, there is no limit to the number of times you can apply for benefits. On the other hand, you can only take an appeal so far. Our Harrisburg…

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Could a Government Entity be Held Liable for a Car Accident?

If you were injured in a crash on a road maintained by a government entity or injured in a crash with a government-owned vehicle, you may have the basis for a claim against the government. However, these claims can quickly become very complicated, which…

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Dangers of Returning to Work too Soon After an Injury

You may be anxious to get back to work after an on-the-job injury. However, returning too soon may be a bad idea for various reasons. Learn the risks you face if you go back to work too soon, as discussed by the experienced Harrisburg workers’ compensation…

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How Is an Injury Linked to an Accident?

The burden of proof in an injury claim is on the victim and his or her attorney. That means he or she must provide evidence of the other driver’s negligence and how it caused the injury. The legal team at Schmidt Kramer is prepared to investigate and…

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