Pennsylvania has already seen its fair share of snow and winter has not even begun. As we experience more icy/snowy conditions, there is a higher risk of falls on snow or ice, particularly in parking lots and when walking into and out of stores and on… Read More
Slip and fall accidents have the potential to cause many different types of injuries from broken bones and fractures to sprained ankles and shoulder dislocations. However, certain falls may also result in head injuries, which can cause significant trauma… Read More
If you or someone you love was involved in a slip and fall accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation.
Our Harrisburg slip and fall attorneys will evaluate your case and help you pursue the compensation you deserve.… Read More
Slip-and-fall accidents can be complicated, as it is not always apparent to the injured victim what party or parties could be held liable for the incident. A skilled personal injury attorney can protect your rights and help you obtain the compensation… Read More
Many slip and fall accidents seem minor at first, but they can be severe and result in life-altering injuries.
If you believe your injury was caused by negligence, you may be able to file a claim to obtain compensation for medical expenses and other… Read More
Winters in Pennsylvania can be harsh and usher in heavy amounts of ice, sleet and snow. Harrisburg residents are often left dealing with the storms’ aftereffects, such as dangerously slick sidewalks and roads.
As the accumulation of ice and snow on paved… Read More
Pennsylvania law does not require that sidewalks be free of defects, imperfections or irregularities. It is required that sidewalks be an a reasonably safe condition. Many sidewalks are uneven as result of weather and tree roots. The natural conditions… Read More
Below is Schmidt Kramer’s Chuck Schmidt discussing with Annie McCormick of WHP-TV 21 in Harrisburg the filing of a Motion to Intervene on January 10, 2011 in a case involving the Second Mile’s insurance company Federal Insurance and Mr. Sandusky. The… Read More
See the link below for the recent decision of the Pennsylvania Superior Court which reverses summary judgment in the Dauphin County Court of Common Pleas. In Archibald v. Kemble, _____ A.2d _____ (Pa. Super. 2009), Scott Cooper, Esquire, a Partner at… Read More