Man Sues Hotel for Slip-and-Fall Accident in Shower

A man is seeking over $150,000 in damages from a Pennsylvania hotel after a fall in the shower caused him to suffer from a concussion. The slip-and-fall accident took place at the Hampton Inn in Carlisle on Aug. 26, 2012. After slipping during a shower, the man claims that he hit his head on the […]

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Understanding Pennsylvania’s Implied Consent Law

According to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, drivers are considered to be driving under the influence of alcohol if their blood alcohol content level is at or above 0.08. Additionally, law enforcement officials may pull drivers over and charge them with a DUI if they are driving erratically. For instance, if a driver is driving […]

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1 Dead After Pennsylvania Crash

A three-vehicle crash in Franklin County on Aug. 15 caused one person to die and five others to be transported to area hospitals. The cause of the car crash was still under investigation at the time of the report. Pennsylvania State Police reported that a 63-year-old man was heading east on a highway when his […]

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The 3 Levels of DUI in Pennsylvania

According to the Pennsylvania General Assembly, it is illegal for a person to consume a sufficient amount of alcohol that renders them incapable of operating a vehicle safely. Additionally, a driver may be arrested for drunk driving if their level of impairment falls under one of Pennsylvania’s three categories for DUI. The Pennsylvania Department of […]

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The Two Types of Credit Card Fraud in Pennsylvania

In Pennsylvania, committing any type of fraudulent activity that is connected to using a credit card is against the law. According to the Pennsylvania Legislature, a person may be considered guilty of credit card fraud if the credit card: Was used without the owner’s consent. Is counterfeit or was altered by the user. Was previously […]

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