Legally Changing Your Name in Pennsylvania

By: Kirsten Balzer Miniscalco, Esquire There are many reasons someone may desire to legally change their name – they are known to friends and family by a different name, they have bank accounts in a different name, they no longer have contact with the parent whose last name they share. Pennsylvania has a process through […]

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Should Businesses Be Protected from Coronavirus Lawsuits?

By: Gregory Gifford, Esquire There is much debate regarding the pandemic of lawsuits that could come out of reopening our economy. What should businesses do to protect themselves? Although there is a push to raise the bar to prevent a tsunami of lawsuits, many believe that raising the bar will allow employers to relax the […]

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What is Mediation and How Can It Help You Resolve Your Case Right Now?

By: Mara Hershberger, J.D. Half of Pennsylvania is shut down until June 4, 2020, at the earliest. This means courts are closed and your personal injury lawsuit or domestic relations issue cannot be litigated. Likely, your dispute will not go to court for a while due to a backlog after courts re-open. If you would […]

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Injured as a Passenger in a Work Vehicle Accident? This is What You Can Do

When a motor vehicle accident in a work vehicle happens, it’s likely both the driver and passenger will be injured. It’s important to note that passengers in a work vehicle have options to recover compensation after the collision. Here are some things to keep in mind. Seek Medical Attention It is important to seek medical […]

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COVID-19 Effects on Legal Issues

By William E. Moore, Esquire Even though we are all pretty much quarantined for what seems like forever, life continues on. There have been positive and some negative influences on the types of new cases appearing at our offices. Crime is down! We can all agree this is good for our communities. Bars and restaurants […]

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