Traumatic Brain Injuries in Pennsylvania

Accidents caused by the negligence of another party can be devastating for the victim. These accidents are even more devastating and difficult to handle when the victim is diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury. Often, traumatic brain injuries are caused by falls, motor vehicle accidents, sporting accidents, assault, and more. These injuries are not only life-changing […]

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Boating Safety Regulations in Pennsylvania

As the weather in Pennsylvania finally warms up, many residents are excited to take their boats out on the beautiful waterways our state has to offer. It is important to be aware of the boating regulations that Pennsylvania has outlined for 2018. A few of the general regulations set forth regarding boats include the following: No […]

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Pennsylvania Emergency Room Errors

When an individual in Pennsylvania is having a very serious medical issue that needs immediate attention, they typically go to the emergency room with the expectation that medical staff will assist them. All medical professionals are expected to meet a certain standard of care. When they fail to meet this standard, patients can become the […]

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Common Medical Device Injuries in Pennsylvania

Technology in the medical field has advanced tremendously over the years to allow ill or injured patients access to better treatment methods. Medical devices are widely used in the medical field to aid patients who are facing certain health conditions. Unfortunately, sometimes the medical devices that are used actually result in additional issues for the patient, even […]

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You haven’t transferred ownership of a life insurance policy to a trust | Insight on Estate Planning, 1st Quarter, 2018

After recent tax legislation, including the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), very few tax shelters are left standing. One key exception is life insurance. If certain requirements are met, the buildup of value in a life insurance policy is exempt from current income tax, while proceeds payable upon death can avoid estate tax. But […]

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Are your assets fully protected from creditors? | Insight on Estate Planning, 1st Quarter, 2018

One of the primary objectives of estate planning is protecting your assets from unreasonable creditors’ claims, frivolous lawsuits or financial predators. The reason being is you want to pass as much of your wealth to your family as possible. Both offshore and domestic trusts can be highly effective vehicles for protecting wealth, but they can […]

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