Personal Injury

Sleepy Drivers and Truck Accidents

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6th Mar 2018

By: Roger D. Horgan The job driving a large truck over long distances is exhausting. A good driver must be on high alert at all times because of the complexity of the task and the great harm tractor trailer accidents …

Liens and Subrogation in Auto Accident Cases

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28th Dec 2017

By: Roger D. Horgan Medical liens and subrogation. These obscure misunderstood words can have a dramatic impact on the victim of automobile negligence. These concepts come into play when the victim’s auto insurance is insufficient to pay all of the …

The Consumption of Alcohol Is Not Always Admissible at Trial

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14th Feb 2017

By: Roger D. Horgan It is perfectly legal for a driver over the age of 21 years to drink and drive in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania! That may come as a surprise to people, given the popular admonishment, “Don’t Drink …

THE DOWN-SIDE OF AN EMPLOYER PROVIDED VEHICLE

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3rd Mar 2016

By: Roger D. Horgan You have just landed a new job, or received a promotion, which has the added benefit of a company car. You even get to take it home and use it as your personal car. What could …

One Accident; Multiple Cases

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11th Jan 2016

By: Roger D. Horgan Our firm has a varied, injury based practice. We handle workers compensation claims, automobile accidents, trip and fall accidents, social security claims, veteran’s claims, and other injury related matters, often all for one client, for one …

Claims Against the King

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By: Roger D. Horgan King! What King? There is no royalty in Pennsylvania, correct? No, there is not. However, when it comes to claims against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, or its subsidiaries, our law harkens back to English law, making …

8th Jul 2015

By: Roger D. Horgan We all know that one must have insurance to drive the car. However, when you get in an accident, the other guy might only have minimal insurance. Therefore, Pennsylvania residents have the option of purchasing under-insured motorist coverage …

THE REGULARLY USED BUT NON-OWNED VEHICLE EXCLUSION!!!

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13th Nov 2014

The title to this article is not an attention grabber. Indeed, it could cause one’s eyes to glaze over, and quickly move on without reading the article. However, the Regularly Used, Non- Owned (RUNO) Vehicle Exclusion, which is found in virtually all …

The Power of the Civil Justice System

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7th Apr 2014

Michael Smerconish of CNN comments on the importance of our modern day Civil Justice System. Though often maligned, it is often to only way to protect the public from future harm as seen in the recent problems with General Motors …

17th Mar 2014

In some circumstances, a jury is permitted to send a message in addition to making the victim of another’s wrongdoing whole. Sometimes, the conduct of an individual which results in harm to another is so extreme and outrageous that the …

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