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What You Need to Know About Slip and Fall Accidents

Just as your auto insurance company tries to prepare you for when that inevitable car accident occurs, the Philadelphia personal injury attorneys at Lessin & Gompers want to prepare you in case you ever find yourself a victim of a slip and fall accident. First, you must know what constitutes a “slip and fall” under […]

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Drunk Driving Down, Drugged Driving Up

At one time, drunk driving was a big topic. Then organizations like MADD arose to combat that social ill. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) the nation has seen a 24 percent decline in drunk driving accidents since 2006. That is the good news. The bad news is that drugged driving has […]

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Determining Responsibility for Outdoor Slip and Falls

If someone is hurt badly while walking down the outside steps of another person’s home, who is at fault? As with many legal questions, your lawyer will need to know more about the conditions of what occurred, but the homeowner could be at fault for the accident. A homeowner can be at fault for a […]

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Important Steps to Take After a Bus Accident

When we step on a bus for travel, to go to work, or to go to school, we have a false sense of safety that the size of the bus will protect us in an accident. In many cases, buses lack safety equipment, such as seatbelts and airbags, and passengers often wind up standing on […]

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Tire Blowouts Cause Accidents

Philadelphia car accident lawyers know that car accidents can happen anytime, but drivers should know that summertime is prime time for tire blowouts. Tire manufacturers are aware that tire blow out season runs from mid-May to late October due to various factors. First, increased heat will contribute to the possibility of a tire blowout, but […]

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Head Injuries from a Motorcycle Accident

When a vehicle accident occurs, Philadelphia motorcycle accident lawyers report that motorcyclists are four times more likely to be injured than passengers in a car. This data is according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The NHTSA also reports that on a per mile basis, motorcyclists are 16 times more likely to suffer […]

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Philadelphia Car Accident Lawyers: Reasons for Summertime Car Accidents

Summertime. The time when the kids are out of school, and that long-awaited vacation arrives. Summer is also the time when, according to the National Highway Safety Administration, car accidents increase to their highest levels all year. In fact, the hottest month of the year, August heats up most in terms of highway fatalities. Reasons […]

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Philadelphia Motorcycle Accident Lawyers: Anti-Lock Brakes & Motorcycles

In 2017, it would be difficult to find a car that does not have an anti-lock brake system (ABS), but what about motorcycles? You may be surprised to know that although this technology is available, many motorcycles today are made without anti-lock brakes. Philadelphia personal injury attorneys explain why anti-lock brakes on motorcycles may be […]

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Philadelphia Car Accident Lawyers: Childhood Brain Injuries Cause Structural Changes in the Brain

Traumatic brain injuries are the leading cause of disability among children. Unfortunately, it is all too easy for a child to suffer from a fall or a car accident that results in head trauma and prolonged, lingering brain damage. As the fight to understand the nature of traumatic brain injuries progresses, scientists have discovered the […]

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Philadelphia Car Accident Lawyers: 50 Percent of Youth Car Accident Fatalities Involve Alcohol

Drunk driving can be fatal for drivers, passengers, and other motorists and pedestrians on the roadway, no matter what the age of the drunk driver. For drivers under the age of 21, drunk driving is especially dangerous. A study conducted by Scott E. Hadland, MD, MPH of the Urban Health and Advocacy Track at Boston […]

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