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Mass Tort FAQs

Posted In Mass Torts

Mass torts, class action, and multidistrict litigation are terms that are often heard but maybe not as often understood. We have put together some of the questions that we frequently hear in relation to mass torts to help you understand more about these lawsuits.  More ›


Philadelphia Negligent Security Cases Highlight Liability For Crimes On Business Premises

In two high-profile negligent security cases recently filed in the Philadelphia courts, McDonald’s and Pat’s King of Steaks are being sued in connection with fatal attacks on their premises. We look at the legal issues in these cases. More ›


Boating Accidents in Delaware: A Brief Look at the Numbers

Every June, the United States Coast Guard (U.S.C.G.) publishes a detailed report on boating accidents in the U.S. during the previous year. It breaks down all of the recreational boating incidents across the country by location, outcome, type of watercraft, cause of accident, weather and water conditions, and other relevant factors. The report is freely available, and the U.S.C.G. encourages people to read and share it, with the hope that it will improve boater education and safety for all. More ›


Why and When Do You Need a Medical Malpractice Lawyer?

Healthcare is essential, and we all rely on medical professionals to diagnose, treat, and cure us. We put our faith in these experts to improve our quality of life, and we expect nothing less than competent medical care. Unfortunately, in some cases, medical providers can harm or cause injury through unreasonable errors and improper care, and as a result, you may need to hire a medical malpractice lawyer to protect your rights. Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional deviates from the accepted standard of care and causes the patient to suffer an injury. In this article, we discuss what you might need to know about medical malpractice lawyers and when you might need one. More ›

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