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Elevator Safety Bill

Every day, millions of people ride elevators expecting to arrive on their floor safely and unharmed. But according to the CDC, 17,000 people are injured by elevator incidents each year. Generally, this is due to a lack of regulation and enforcement to keep the elevators properly maintained. Pennsylvania government plans to change this. PA Governor Read More

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Summer Shore Traffic

Motor vehicle accidents are an unfortunate and often fatal consequence of increased traffic along state highway systems. Increased volume of drivers and unpredictable traffic patterns may increase the risk of possible accidents for drivers. One sure traffic pattern that many residents in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and the greater Philadelphia area face is the inevitable congestion Read More

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Workplace Injuries and Employees’ Rights to Benefits

Each year, the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health releases a “Dirty Dozen” list outlining the top-12 most dangerous places to work in the United States. Notable companies such as Tesla, Waste Management, and Lowe’s made the list for 2018. Amazon earned a 12th place finish. Amazon has been under fire after numerous stories Read More

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Duke vs. UNC – Shoe Wouldn’t Believe What Happened

Nike is once again under fire from the sports world. During the much anticipated rivalry between Duke and UNC, five star Duke freshman Zion Williamson went down 35 seconds into the first quarter after his left shoe, aNike PG 2.5 PE, fell apart. It took sports Twitter all of 20 minutes to have Nike “trending” worldwide, Read More

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Leonard Sciolla $20.5 million Recovery for Paralyzed Philadelphia Sheriff Continues To Generate Awareness Regarding Elevator Safety

When Leonard Sciolla attorneys Michael Tinari and Christopher Fleming won a $20.5 million recovery for a client against one of the largest elevator corporations in the world, repercussions occurred among those concerned with elevator safety. The client, a sergeant in the Philadelphia Sheriff’s office, was paralyzed in a 2016 elevator crash inside the Criminal Justice Read More

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Pain and Suffering Compensation for Accident Victims

If you are involved in an auto accident in New Jersey or Pennsylvania – or suffering other forms of personal injury caused by the negligence or misconduct of another person– you can file suit for pain and suffering. Also known as non-economic damages, these are meant to compensate accident victims for less tangible results of Read More

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Auto Insurance Provides Medical Benefits for Cyclists

Your car insurance does more than protect you as a driver and a passenger. It can also protect you if you are a bicyclist injured in a collision with a vehicle. Pennsylvania and New Jersey are both no-fault states. This means that policy holders will receive medical benefits regardless of who is at fault for Read More

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Christmas Trees and Driving Safety

Be sure to properly secure your Christmas tree to your car when you transport it from the lot or farm this year – improperly securing it could result in damage to your car, and injury to yourself or other individuals. A Christmas tree can scratch paint and damage the windows on your car to the Read More

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Drowsy Driving Prevention Week

November 4, 2018 through November 11, 2018 is Drowsy Driving Prevention Week. The National Sleep Foundation sponsors the public awareness event. 70 million people suffer from sleep disorders or are sleep deprived. As a result, the National Sleep Foundation says drowsy driving contributes greatly to car crashes. The organization advises adults to get seven to Read More

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Halloween Pedestrian Safety

Choosing a costume, trick-or-treating – Halloween is an exciting time for kids. But there are certain safety concerns that parents should know about. In addition to basic “stranger danger” concerns, parents and kids need to be cautious while travelling between houses. Children are twice more likely to be hit and killed by a car while Read More

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