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June 2015 Archives

Information regarding complex SSDI concerns

SSDI, or Social Security Disability Insurance, may be available to those who have been disabled, either due to a medical condition or a serious injury, and who are now unable to work. However, Pennsylvania applicants should note that it can be a complex process to obtain these benefits, and an initial claim may be denied. Due to the complexity of the SSDI system, it may be necessary to obtain the assistance of a knowledgeable attorney.

Car accident leaves Pennsylvania teenagers injured

Four Pennsylvania teenagers have been critically injured in a recent accident that took place in Robinson Township. The car accident took place after midnight. At this time, law enforcement officials are not sure what factors contributed to the crash. There were five teenagers in the car during the accident, three of them sustaining critical injuries. 

Legal options after the wrongful death of a loved one

The unexpected death of a loved one can leave a family reeling from the emotional strain and financial costs that often follow. When the actions of another party, either directly or indirectly, contribute to the circumstances that led to a fatal accident, Pennsylvania family members may have certain legal options available to them. A wrongful death claim can help a family obtain the financial support needed during a difficult time. 

Texting and driving increases chance of a car accident

For readers in Pennsylvania, it comes as no surprise to learn that recent data collected by researchers indicates that texting and driving increases the chance of an accident. Interestingly, this study found that texting and driving may place drivers at a higher risk for a car accident than drunk driving. In fact, it appears that a distracted driver is six times more likely to be involved in a crash than a drunk driver. 

Car accident leaves Pennsylvania biker with serious injuries

A Pennsylvania woman was flown to York Hospital after sustaining serious injuries in a collision. She was riding her motorcycle along Anthony Highway when another vehicle made contact with her motorcycle. The injured biker came to a rest on the side of the road, and the driver who caused the collision left the scene of the car accident

Long-term pain and suffering possible after a serious car wreck

Pennsylvania residents know that a car accident can cause both short and long-term problems for a victim. Certain serious injuries, such as a traumatic brain injury, can leave a victim with pain and suffering, both mentally and physically, that can have an impact for years after a car accident. These medical conditions typically carry serious financial implications for the victim and family.

Suffering from repetitive motion injuries? We can help you.

Pennsylvania workers who have suffered physically and financially know how hard it can be to manage the extra costs of a work-related accident. The stress of missing work and lost wages, along with the cost of medical treatment, can quickly overwhelm a family. Sometimes, workplace injuries are not as noticeable, such as repetitive motion injuries. 

Fight for Social Security benefits to which you are entitled

After the diagnosis of a serious illness or a serious accident that leaves you injured, you may be unable to return to work and perform your duties as you did before. When these circumstances arise, Pennsylvania residents will probably be concerned about their future financial well-being and how to cover the costs of additional medical needs. Those who are unable to work because of a mental or physical condition could be eligible for Social Security benefits.

Pennsylvania mom facing jail for causing a fatal car accident

A Pennsylvania mother is facing nine to 23 months in jail for her role in a car crash that claimed the life of a floral deliveryman. The woman drove through a stop sign at a high rate of speed when the collision occurred. She claimed that she was checking on her son and was distracted, but police stated that she was intoxicated at the time of the car accident.