Smith & Nephew to Pull Metal Liner in Hip Replacements
Smith & Nephew announced Friday that it was pulling a metal liner used in hip replacements from the market. The London company said the device is the optional metal liner for its R3 Acetabular System hip devices. Learn more.
Full Coverage Does Not Necessarily Mean Full Tort, Choose Wisely
When you’ve been in an accident, there is a distinct difference between having Full Coverage and Full Tort. Learn what the difference is between these two types of coverage and how they will impact your insurance claims.
What Types of Workers’ Compensation Settlements are There?
Do you know what type of workers’ compensation settlement is the right option for you? We’ll explain the three main types of compromise and release agreements for settingling your workers’ compensation claim.
PA Supreme Court Scales Back Asbestos Exposure
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has decided in a recent asbestos case that mere exposure to asbestos is not sufficient to prove a link to asbestos related cancer. Read more about the courts decision and that it could mean for your asbestos case.
Claimant’s Should Hire an Attorney for PA Workers Compensation
If you or a loved one has been injured at work, is it really necessary to call an attorney? Find out why it is important to have an experienced workers compensation attorney to protect your rights and see you get the settlement you deserve.
PA Justice Orie-Melvin to Step Aside to Fight Criminal Charges
Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Justice Jane Orie Melvin turned herself in this morning to face nine criminal charges against her, filed by Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zapala. Read more to learn more about the charges.
Burden of a Proof After 500 Weeks Upheld
The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court applied the standard burden of proof in Reinstatement of benefits to the exhaustion of 500 weeks of Partial Disability Benefits. Learn more about this case and what it could mean for your workers comp case.
PA Superior Court Grants Summary Judgment in Dog Bite Case
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has granted summary judgment in a personal injury in a dog bite case involving a child. Learn about what the courts ruling was and how this could impact future dog bite cases.