Proving Damage Claims

Amtrak Derailment Disaster – Aidman Files Lawsuit

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Rick, The Ethical Ambulance Chaser?

Rick, The Ethical Ambulance Chaser?

I was approached this week by a man who had arrived at an accident scene before the police and the paramedics.  Let’s call him Rick Chaser.  Was Rick running cases to lawyers for money?  No.  He had a different and perfectly legal angle, albeit one that may strike you as just a bit edgy.

Rick has for the last 30 years made a living by documenting…

A Dram Shop Lawyer Success Story

Publisher: Philadelphia Daily News
Author: Not Given
Date: Thursday, January 30, 2003
Headline: $1.5M awarded to family of slain man Killed in 2000 by bartender at speakeasy

The family of a North Philadelphia man who was shot and killed inside a neighborhood speakeasy – the type of illegal establishment known for violence – has won a $1.5 million judgment against the bartender who killed…

Personal Injury Claims from Pit Bull Attacks

Dog bites frequently generate personal injury claims. In most states it is unlawful for an owner to fail to keep a dog confined on the owner’s premises or firmly secured by means of a collar and chain. Violation of the law resulting in a dog bite is strong evidence of negligence. In this situation, it is likely the plaintiff can recover damages from the dog’s owner or handler. In most cases,…

Personal Injury Claims for Intentional Action

Injuries that result from intentional action are litigated quite differently from those involving negligent conduct. Assaults (threats or uses of force that cause fear of harm) and batteries (using physical force to cause harm) are the most common intentional injuries. Auto accidents sometimes result from intentional conduct. The most important differences between negligence actions and lawsuits…

New Jersey Deemer Statute and the Lawsuit Threshold

Don’t Drive in New Jersey.

When you cross the bridge into New Jersey you may be giving up certain legal rights that you have paid for. I am referring to the unfettered right to sue for personal injuries. Even if you paid an extra premium to your auto insurer, when you cross into the Garden State, you most likely lose the coverage you paid for.

To illustrate, in Pennsylvania, when you…

Loss of Earning Capacity in Personal Injury Litigation

Perhaps a couple of examples will help to illustrate how rapidly economic losses can add up in personal injury litigation.

Example: John suffered a herniated disc in his neck and was laid off from his job due to his disability. He was 35 years old at the time of the accident. Even though he immediately found another position, he claimed losses in excess of $500,000. He arrived at his claim…

At the Scene of the Accident

The Scene of the Accident

At the Scene

The client’s actions at the scene of any accident are of utmost importance in determining the course of the personal injury litigation. Whether your client was injured in a car collision, in a slip-and-fall accident, as the result of equipment failure, by a doctor’s negligence, or in any other way, the client must, during the very earliest…

Blindness Lawyer’s Settlement Demand Letter for Vision Injury

If you are pursing a personal injury claim for a vision injury, you will need at some point to put together a settlement demand letter.  This blog has a sample from one of the many vision injury cases I have handled.  If you need help with yours, give me a call at 610 642 7676.  Here is the letter.   I hope it helps you.

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Personal Injury Books – How To Win Your Injury Claim

My FREE new book, Winning Personal Injury Cases, examines every aspect of personal injury litigation, from how to handle the accident scene to jury trials, and beyond.  The information in this book can be used by personal injury litigants and their counsel in any state.  Send me an email at to order your FREE copy of this 343 page book.  It has sold more than 11,000…

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