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January 2015 Archives

Do Pennsylvania restaurants need to keep people safe?

From time to time, many Pennsylvania residents enjoy going to a restaurant for a meal. Generally, people expect that these restaurants are safe from them to eat at. Specifically, they expect the premises will be safe. This includes the safety of the physical space -- there won't be a wet floor that causes falls, for example -- and the safety of the food -- it won't make people sick.

Chair lifts may present danger to Pennsylvanians

People all over Pennsylvania are enjoying the winter weather and winter activities. For many people, that means hitting the slopes and downhill skiing and snowboarding with friends and family. These winter sports, however, do not happen without risk. There is the possibility of injuries from fall on the slopes as they ride. But, there is another serious risk which people may not as aware of -- the chair lift.

The victims of fatal motorcycle accidents

When people choose to ride a motorcycle, they likely understand that there are some risks involved. While these risks can be minimized with safe and attentive driving, motorcycles just do not provide the same level of protection as a larger vehicle. Additionally, because of their small size, other drivers are more likely to fail to notice motorcycles on the roadways and cause accidents. Unlike car accidents, even minor motorcycle accidents often cause serious injuries to riders. Often, these accidents are fatal.

When a car accident happens, turn to us

The period following a car accident can be stressful for Pennsylvania residents, especially if the accident was serious. Not only do people have to deal with the insurance headaches and property damage, they may also be recovering from serious injuries. People may have strong emotions and unexpected expenses to deal with on top of everything else.

Commonwealth v. Candice Steinbacher – Motion for Judgement Acquittal Granted

Motion for Judgment of Acquittal for a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) prosecution was granted by Lycoming County President Judge Nancy L. Butts, after Attorney Kyle Rude argues that the Commonwealth could not prove Ms. Steinbacher was in actual physical control of a motor vehicle. Ms. Steinbacher was arrested after Williamsport City Police believed she switched seats with her boyfriend in order to avoid an arrest for DUI.

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