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April 2014 Archives

Pennsylvania prep school graduates arrested for running large drug ring

Some Pennsylvanians may think that they can identify drug dealers and drug ring operators, but sometimes they are more difficult to detect. In some cases, people who are arrested for drug trafficking appear harmless to most people, making their drug rings even more difficult to uncover.

Police monitor Pennsylvania drivers for alcohol

Drunk driving is an extremely serious yet avoidable threat on the road. The effect of intoxication on motor skills and the ability to operate heavy machinery are easy to understand, at least when you are sober. You would not expect people to take for granted the need for complete coherence behind the wheel, once they are granted the responsibility of a driver’s license.

West Chester man faces homicide charges after eighth DUI offense

Although many DUI offenders learn from their mistakes, for some Pennsylvanians change comes only after multiple arrests and the loss of a life. This pattern of behavior affects the offender as well; after someone is charged with drunk driving, he may lose the ability to drive or even serve a prison sentence.

State supreme court upholds workers' compensation decision

There is a growing trend among states to extend workers' compensation claims to include post-traumatic stress disorder brought on by trigger events. Following a November 2013 state supreme court order, workers' compensation benefits were provided for a Pennsylvania State trooper who made a claim for psychological disability after killing a woman who ran in front of his car.

Pennsylvania woman finds herself facing conspiracy charges related to work-from-home job

To combat the effects of a sluggish economy, some Pennsylvanians have sought unconventional work to bring in extra income. Work-from-home jobs have become more popular for people who are struggling to make ends meet and need the flexibility of working from home. Thanks to the Internet, these jobs can be easy to find. Unfortunately, not all employers can be trusted, and some may be involved in fraud.

Pennsylvania woman arrested in store parking lot for possession of heroin

When people in Pennsylvania and elsewhere become addicted to controlled dangerous substances such as heroin, cocaine, and prescription drugs, it affects not only themselves but also their loved ones. Oftentimes, parents of young children find themselves addicted to these substances, and they may face serious consequences that sometimes separate them from their families.

University officials in Pennsylvania, elsewhere work to curb sexual assault

When parents send their daughters to colleges and universities across the state, they usually hope for the best. Due in part to the partying culture of some universities, sexual assault has become common at universities in Pennsylvania and the rest of the country.

Car accident involving school bus injures Philadelphia kids

We stop when we see school bus lights flashing, both because the law requires it and because we know those flashing lights mean that children could be darting out into traffic. We certainly do not want to hurt children in a pedestrian accident.

Gregory R. Gifford
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    "Gregory R. Gifford, a partner at the Lansdale law firm of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford, P.C., was elected Vice President of the Montgomery Bar Association on January 13, 2017. Mr. Gifford is a past Director of the Association and has also served as its Treasurer and Secretary"Read more...

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Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford has been a member of the local Penn Suburban Chamber of Commerce (previously known as North Penn Suburban Chamber of Commerce) for more than 25 years.

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