What Is the Most Common Motorcycle Injury?

Categories: Injury Blog

Motorcycle accidents are by far one of the most tragic a person can suffer, and the injuries are often catastrophic – if not fatal. Common injuries include everything from multiple fractures to amputations, road rash, spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, and more. While all of these are possible, the most common would be road…

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What Does It Mean When a Lawsuit Goes to Private Arbitration?

Categories: Injury Blog

Arbitration is a form of dispute resolution, often used in lawsuits. It allows two parties to forgo the traditional route of a trial and work to find an agreeable settlement for both sides. Arbitration is in the same family of other dispute resolutions like mediation, but they are two separate things. When you agree to…

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How Do I Make An Insurance Claim for a Bike Accident?

Categories: Bicycle Accidents

After being hit by a car on your bicycle, or after a loved one is hit by a vehicle while riding their bike, you need to file an insurance claim with the driver of the car’s auto insurance company. Filing your claim unlocks the opportunity for compensation, and compensation covers everything from medical expenses to…

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What Is the Statute of Limitations on Dog Bite Cases?

Categories: Injury Blog

In personal injury cases, there is a statute of limitations that requires a victim to file an official lawsuit before a specific cut-off date or they will forfeit their right to collect compensation. In Pennsylvania, the “statute of limitations” varies depending on the age of the dog bite victim. The statute of limitations requires when…

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What Happens If I Know I’m Partially At Fault for an Accident?

Categories: Injury Blog

After a car accident, you might wonder what you can do if you know or suspect you were partially at fault for the accident itself. In Pennsylvania, being partially at fault does not bar you from seeking compensation, but it will affect how much compensation you get. Just like many other states, Pennsylvania uses comparative…

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