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April 2015 Archives

Could owning a dangerous dog lead to a premises liability claim?

Whether it is a dog, cat, bird, lizard or fish, owning a pet comes with responsibilities. For dog owners in Pennsylvania, it is not only imperative that they understand the local ordinances regarding dogs, but also state laws that are applicable to dog owners. Pennsylvania's "dog law" details the requirements for keeping a dog on personal property and what should occur if it is determined a dog is dangerous.

Taking action after being injured on someone else's property

On a weekly and sometimes daily basis, Pennsylvania residents will visit a variety of different places. Whether it is a store, business, mall, park, another's home or other similar locations, when an individual enters a property, they are usually under the assumption that they will be safe. Sometimes this notion is taken for granted or there is this general belief that if hazards exist, the property owner will promptly address them. Unfortunately, it doesn't always work out that way, and our attorneys understand how a negligent property owner could be the cause of serious injuries or even death.

Statistics regarding youth sports injuries

While the chances of the average Pennsylvania youth suffering a sports injury are slim, if it does happen to your son or daughter, the recovery process can be arduous, costly and painful. What is worse is when a sports injury is not caused by an accident, but is caused by another person or a sports facility's negligence. When another party's negligence results in a sports injury, the injured child may be able to seek financial restitution in court.

Recall notices and consumer injuries from dangerous products

People in Pennsylvania should be aware of defective consumer products and any recall notices that are issued for such products. In order to avoid injury, harm or even death to consumers, these recalls seek to prevent people from using or consuming a dangerous product. Despite these efforts to avoid consumer injury, recall notices do not entirely prevent these products from being sold or used.

What are major causes of fatal parking lot accidents?

The one thing that drivers in Pennsylvania cannot avoid is parking their vehicles. Whether it is in a parking ramp, a parking lot or on the side of the street, drivers need to be aware of their surroundings when parking a vehicle or leaving a parking spot. Failure to do so could result in a fatal parking lot accident.

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