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NYT: Forced Arbitration is ‘Stacking the Deck’ Against Us

A three-part series in The New York Times details the increasing use of forced arbitration clauses in terms of service agreements with some of the country's largest companies, from eBay to Netflix to Starbucks. What would it take for

Pennsylvania Dram Shop Laws Need More Teeth

Many businesses that interact with the public voluntarily carry liability insurance – because sometimes, to paraphrase a certain popular phrase, stuff happens. When it does, it’s nice to have an insurance company’s backing to cover the costs. Of course, there are

By | July 2nd, 2015|Automobile Accidents, Dram Shop / Liquor Liability, Injury Attorneys PA, Insurance Bad Faith / Insurance Denials, Liability, Premises Liability|Comments Off on Pennsylvania Dram Shop Laws Need More Teeth

Automobile Insurance in Pennsylvania: Full Tort or Limited Tort?

All drivers in Pennsylvania must have automobile insurance (see “Automobile Insurance Requirements in Pennsylvania”). Among the required auto insurance in PA is “tort” coverage. Drivers have the option of choosing either full tort or limited tort coverage. We have found that

Choosing Automobile Insurance in Pennsylvania

All drivers in PA must have automobile insurance (watch Melissa Scartelli discuss automobile insurance here). While motorists may save on their insurance premiums by electing to purchase only the minimum required auto insurance, doing so can be extremely risky – especially

By | March 17th, 2013|Automobile Accidents, Injury Attorneys PA, Insurance Bad Faith / Insurance Denials, Pennsylvania Truck Accidents|Comments Off on Choosing Automobile Insurance in Pennsylvania