Medical Malpractice

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 »

When Do I Call an Erie Personal Injury Attorney?

If you are injured through no fault of your own, you may be wondering what you should do next. How do you recover compensation for your losses? Do you need to file an insurance claim? Should you file a personal injury lawsuit? When should you call an Erie personal injury attorney? Our Erie personal injury… Read more »

Injury

How Do I Prove Someone is Responsible for My Injuries?

If you are injured because of a traffic accident, dog bite, fall, defective product, medical malpractice, or other personal injury accident, Pennsylvania’s personal injury laws allow you to recover compensation from the party who caused your injury. However, you must prove that the person or party caused the injury to recover compensation for damages. Hiring… Read more »

Traumatic Brain Injuries From an Accident Can Increase Risk of Dementia

Brain injuries are common in motor vehicle accidents. When a pedestrian, bicyclists, or occupant of a vehicle is involved in a traffic crash, the impact of the collision can cause the head to collide with another object. Even if a person does not strike his or her head in the accident, the force of the… Read more »

Things You Need to Know About Meeting With Your Doctor After an Accident

If you are injured in a motor vehicle accident, slip and fall, or other personal injury accident, one of the first steps you should take is to see a doctor. Regardless of whether you believe you are seriously injured, it is in your best interest to be checked by a physician after an accident. The… Read more »

Four Reasons Not to Sign a Settlement Agreement Without an Erie Personal Injury Lawyer

If you are injured in an accident, you may be entitled to recover compensation for your injuries if another party caused the injury. By law, when a person or party causes an injury because of negligence or a wrongful act, that party can be held liable for damages resulting from the injury. Examples of personal… Read more »

What Are the Legal Elements of a Catastrophic Injury?

A catastrophic injury claim falls under the personal injury laws in Pennsylvania. Even though a catastrophic injury claim falls under the same laws with other injury claims, an injury claim involving a catastrophic injury is different. The main difference is that the victim usually suffers permanently debilitating, life-altering injuries that require a lifetime of personal… Read more »

Is There a Reason Why an Erie Injury Lawyer Won’t Handle My Claim?

You may be wondering if you have a valid personal injury claim and whether you should contact a lawyer. In most cases, when someone injures another person, the law allows the victim to recover compensation for losses, injuries, and damages. However, there are cases in which the victim may not recover damages because of a… Read more »

Common Causes of Spinal Cord Injuries

Falls and motor vehicle accidents are two of the most common causes of spinal cord injuries. However, falls and traffic accidents are not the only ways you can injure your spine. You can suffer a spinal cord injury while playing sports, participating in a recreational activity, or from a physical assault. Regardless of the cause… Read more »

What Types of Personal Injury Cases Do We Handle?

When you are injured in an accident, your first priority is your health and well-being. Regardless of the severity of your injury, it is always best to be seen by a medical professional as soon as possible after any type of injury or accident. In some cases, you could suffer an injury that does not… Read more »