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Here are 8 simple tips to prevent your dog from attacking others and instructions on what to do if a bite should occur.
By following these 7 simple tips you can reduce the chance you'll be bitten by a dog. We also offer helpful information on what to do if you've been bitten by a dog.
In our "Real Life Question and Answer" Series we present actual questions that have been posed by real people and the answers we've provided. In this case, a woman on vacation was injured when the railing on a staircase at her vacation home came apart. She had questions. We offered answers.
If you've been injured in a slip and fall accident that was caused by a negligent landowner, you are about to find out that the insurance companies who defend these cases are going to pick apart every aspect of your case. There are things you can do to be prepared.
Icy and snowy conditions are common causes of slip and fall injuries. Unfortunately, snow and ice are part of the reality of living in Northwest Pennsylvania and property owners aren't responsible for all snow and ice related accidents. However, there are times when a property owner is responsible for creating or failing to remedy a snow and ice hazard. Whether your fall on snow and ice is the property owner's fault or not will depend on several factors unique to your case.
A property owner isn't responsible to pay damages merely because someone was hurt on their property. Legal responsibility arises from the property owner's negligence or carelessness. What that means, generally, and specific examples of property owner negligence, are explored further here.
If you've been seriously injured as a result of a dangerous condition on someone else's property, you may have questions about whether you're entitled to compensation to offset medical expenses, lost wages and other harms. The answer to your question requires some complex legal analysis which necessarily involves determining your status as a guest, business visitor or trespasser. We offer an overview of the law pertaining to the impact of an injured person's status on the analysis of property owner liability.
Pedestrian safety is a serious issue in America, even in small and medium-sized towns and cities in Pennsylvania. According the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there were nearly 4,400 pedestrians killed in 2008 and another 69,000 were injured in the United States. On average, there is one crash-related pedestrian killed every two hours and a pedestrian injury every eight minutes.
In our "Real Life Question and Answer" Series we present actual questions that have been posed by real people and the answers we've provided. In this case, a consumer wonders whether a lawsuit can be brought after work gloves are found in a new box of plastic spoons. The consumer had questions. We offered an answer, although it may not have been what the consumer wanted.
Learn about the law of Pennsylvania dog bite cases. We offer free information in this site, including information about what to do if you or child has been bitten, safety advice on how to avoid an attack and information about how a Northwest Pennsylvania dog bite lawyer can help you to use homeowner's insurance to both compensate the victim and minimize expense and inconvenience to the responsible dog owner.
Whether some else is responsible for slip and fall injuries is determined by the unique facts of each case, but there are some general rules that come into play. In general, to hold another person legally responsible for injuries you suffer from a fall on someone else's property, one of the following three things must be proved.
Bitten by a dog in northwest Pennsylvania? We can help. Call 814-580-5017 / toll free 877-505-9548 for a free, no strings legal consult. No fee if no recovery.
Hurt in a swimming accident? Call 814-580-5017 / toll free 877-505-9548 for a free consult with a Pennsylvania Pool Accident Attorney. No fee if no recovery.
If you are looking for an Erie Personal Injury lawyer call 814-580-5017 / toll free 877-505-9548 to get a free, consult with a Purchase, George and Murphey, P.C. Attorney.
Pennsylvania injury lawyers are not unique in understanding how dangerous fireworks can be and improper handling only makes them more dangerous. Yet it can be difficult to find good safety information about fireworks because they are, after all, mo...
Safety Steps to Prevent Hair Entanglement and Body Part Entrapment in Spas, Hot tubs and Whirlpools [PDF]
The CPSC has published a guide on preventing hair entanglement and body part entrapment in spas, hot tubs and whirlpools. It is available here for review or download.
The CPSC has published a flyer on simple pool safety tips titled "Steps for Safety Around the Pool." This full color brochure is easy to read and helpful and available for your review of download here.
The CPSC has published "Safety Barrier Guidelines for Home Pools" and it is available here for your review or download.
A CPSC publication on How to Plan for the Unexpected - Preventing Child Drownings is available here.
The CPSC has published detailed guidelines for making pools and spas safer regarding entrapment hazards. Those guidelines can be downloaded directly from the CPSC and we've made them available at our site for your convenience.
An average of 350 children under age 5 are drowned each year in home swimming pools and spas. The key to safety is layers of protection. This CPSC publication alerts parents to the importance of supervision of children and other safety measures.