Monthly Archives: January 2020
Do You Need a Lawyer for Workers’ Compensation Claims in Pennsylvania?
Most workers in Pennsylvania are protected under the Workers’ Compensation Act. Under the Act, if an employee is injured on the job, they can file an insurance claim with their employer and receive workers’ compensation benefits. These benefits can help injured workers with their medical expenses, and allow them to recover a portion of… Read More »
How to Protect Digital Assets in Your Estate Plan
When most people think of creating an estate plan, they may automatically think of including instructions for how their physical property is divided after they pass away. This property typically includes real estate, vehicles, and bank accounts. However, there is another type of asset that is becoming more and more prevalent today, and those… Read More »
Do You Have a Valid Slip and Fall Claim?
Many people automatically assume that if they slip and fall on someone else’s property, they automatically have a valid slip and fall claim. However, this is not always true. In order to have a legitimate claim, there must be certain elements present in the case. Meeting these requirements is not always easy, which makes… Read More »
Are You on Workers’ Compensation? Stay Off Social Media
Social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram have become incredibly popular in recent years. So popular in fact, that they have become a big part of people’s lives. For some, they are a way to make a nice side income in addition to their full-time job. For others, these platforms are a way… Read More »
Tips for Dealing with the Insurance Company After an Accident
After a car accident, there’s a good chance you’ll have to deal with the other driver’s insurance company. This is true if you’ve opted out of Pennsylvania’s no-fault insurance and the other driver was negligent, or if the injuries are serious enough to exceed Pennsylvania’s serious injury threshold. Unfortunately, the insurance company is not… Read More »
How to Talk to Your Family About Your Will
Creating a will is a great step in planning for the future and making sure all family members are taken care of once you are no longer here. However, a will isn’t something that should be discovered after the death, and talking about it in advance can help save family fights. It could even… Read More »