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How are Non-Economic Damages Calculated in an Injury Case?

April 11th, 2014 by Gabriel Z. Levin

Preventable accidents injure thousands of Americans each day, sometimes seriously. These accidents can range from workplace accidents, motor vehicle crashes, slip and falls, or injuries caused by consumer products. In order to compensate victims for their losses, Pennsylvania law allows individuals injured in preventable accidents to bring a personal injury claim against the party or […]

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I was Injured in a Philadelphia Accident. What Types of Damages will be Available?

January 4th, 2014 by Gabriel Z. Levin

After an accidental injury, many people are confused and unsure of what to do next. Often, the prospect of missing work and the medical expenses associated with treating an injury can cause significant financial strain. Luckily for victims of preventable accidents, Pennsylvania law allows people injured by negligence to recover for these and other losses […]

In addition to privacy violation, the ACLU is claiming the randomized drug tests violate a 2003 Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling that demands evidence that there is widespread drug use among students before randomly testing students.

Parents make civil rights claims after random school drug testing

March 27th, 2012 by Gabriel Z. Levin

The parents of a middle school girl in Lancaster, Pennsylvania are teaming up with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to bring forth a civil rights claims lawsuit over the school’s policy that mandated she participate in a random drug test

Workers Compensation

July 12th, 2011 by Gabriel Z. Levin

When you are injured at the workplace you may be entitled to workers compensation, but you may have additional claims that may be worth much more than your workers compensation claim.

Am I Limited Tort or Full Tort?

June 26th, 2010 by Gabriel Z. Levin

The answer to this question is very important. Many times your tort status will determine if you can recover for injuries sustained in a car accident. In Pennsylvania drivers must choose between limited tort and full tort options when auto insurance policies are purchased. The full tort option allows the insured (and the members of […]