New Rules regarding Guardianships by Amy R. Stern, Esquire

As the US population continues to age, elder abuse continues to grow at a significant rate.  A GAO (government accounting office) study showed that “guardians stole or otherwise improperly obtained more than $5.4 million in assets from 158 incapacitated victims.” In order to combat this epidemic, the PA legislature has reviewed and rewritten the rules […]

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Hiring a Criminal Defense Lawyer: What to Avoid

There are countless lawyers available to help clients in need, and they all have an incentive for you to believe that they are the best attorney for your specific case. Despite this, it’s crucial to seek out an appropriate attorney that specializes in the field of law concerning your case. Doing so will ensure you […]

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Who is Liable in a Slip and Fall Accident?

Thousands of individuals across the country are injured each year in slip and fall accidents. These falls often cause severe injuries, and they are a result of negligence in most cases. When you fall on someone else’s property in Pennsylvania, the property owner may be held liable for the losses you’ve suffered. When the property […]

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Miranda Rights Explained

Most of us have heard about Miranda Rights, but very few know and understand just how important they are for every person who is interrogated by the police. What are Miranda Rights? If you’ve ever watched a television show or movie about crime, then you’ve likely heard the phrase “you have the right to remain […]

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Delayed Injuries After a Car Accident

When people envision car accident injuries, they typically imagine injuries which are apparent, life-threatening and severe. While this is often the case, thousands of individuals also suffer from what is called a delayed injury after an accident. Delayed injuries usually do not manifest their symptoms until hours, days or even months after the accident occurred. […]

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