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Pennsylvania covid-19 stay at home – Tips from our Erie injury attorney

Pennsylvania COVID-19 Stay at Home – Tips From Our Erie Injury Attorney

Pennsylvanians in 33 counties have been on a stay-at-home order since March 23. As of April 1, 2020, all 67 Pennsylvania counties went under a mandatory stay-at-home order. When announcing the stay-at-home order, Governor Tom Wolf said that it was the most prudent option to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus in Pennsylvania. The… Read more »

Three Things You Need to Know After Being Injured in an Erie DUI Accident - Dram Shop Claims

Three Things You Need to Know After Being Injured in an Erie DUI Accident – Dram Shop Claims

Even with all the education about the dangers of drunk driving, thousands of people continue to sustain injuries or die because of drunk drivers each year in the United States. Impaired driving in Pennsylvania can be costly for the driver and the accident victims. A drunk driver can face criminal charges and civil liability. Other… Read more »

What to expect when you file a pedestrian accident claim in Erie?

What To Expect When You File a Pedestrian Accident Claim in Erie?

The number of pedestrians killed by motor vehicles has increased in recent years. According to the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), 2019 preliminary numbers appear to indicate that it will be the deadliest year for pedestrians in 30 years. In the first half of 2019, 74 pedestrians died in Pennsylvania.  Pedestrians and drivers need to… Read more »

Erie Car Insurance Checkup — Do You Need Optional Car Insurance Coverage If You Have Health Insurance?

Erie Car Insurance Checkup — Do You Need Optional Car Insurance Coverage If You Have Health Insurance?

The beginning of a new year is a great time to review your car insurance coverage. Erie drivers are aware that they are required by law to carry minimum liability insurance that protects victims in accidents that they cause. However, they may be unaware of some of the optional insurance coverage that can protect them… Read more »

Tips for Avoiding Accidents in the New Year from The Travis Law Firm

Tips for Avoiding Accidents in the New Year from The Travis Law Firm

Happy New Year from our Erie personal injury lawyers at The Travis Law Firm. As we begin 2020, we want to take this opportunity to wish our clients, family, and friends a safe and healthy New Year. With that in mind, we want to share some of our favorite safety tips and health tips that… Read more »

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Five Mistakes That Can Hurt Your Dog Bite Claim

Even a friendly dog can bite you without provocation or warning. If a dog bites you or your child, the consequences can be serious. Dog bite injuries can cause nerve damage, scarring, and serious infections. It is important that you take steps to protect your health and your legal rights after a dog bite. Because… Read more »

How Do I File a Drunk Driving Accident Claim?

How Do I File a Drunk Driving Accident Claim?

We are in the middle of the winter holiday season, which typically results in an increase in the number of intoxicated drivers on the road. Your chances of being involved in a DUI accident increase beginning the day before Thanksgiving (Blackout Wednesday) and continuing through New Year’s Day. If a drunk driver hits you this… Read more »

Three Things a Car Accident Victim Needs to Know When Filing an Insurance Claim

Three Things a Car Accident Victim Needs to Know When Filing an Insurance Claim

After seeking medical treatment for injuries, the second priority for most car accident victims is seeking compensation for their damages. Compensation for an accident claim is typically paid by the insurance provider for the at-fault driver. Therefore, the first step in recovering money for your car accident claim is to file an injury claim with… Read more »

Medical Malpractice — Can I Sue My Doctor for Diagnostic Errors?

Medical Malpractice — Can I Sue My Doctor for Diagnostic Errors?

Suing a doctor for medical malpractice can be a complicated process. Several legal elements must be proven before you can hold your doctor liable for medical errors or medical negligence. However, that does not mean you should not pursue a medical malpractice claim. If your doctor caused you harm or injury because of a diagnostic… Read more »

How Do You Prove Causation in a Medical Malpractice Case?

How Do You Prove Causation in a Medical Malpractice Case?

It can be difficult to believe that trusted medical provider’s negligence or wrongdoing caused your injury. However, thousands of people are injured each year because of medical negligence or medical errors. When a physical, hospital, nurse, or other health care provider causes an injury, that party may be held liable for damages under Pennsylvania’s medical… Read more »