Trucker May Have Been Asleep in Crash That Killed 5

Pennsylvania residents may have heard about an accident involving a tractor-trailer and two cars that killed five people in Georgia on May 19. The horrific accident occurred on I-16 west of Savannah near its junction with I-95. According to reports, the tractor-trailer had been seen drifting across the lanes of traffic prior to the collision. […]

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Who Can Be Penalized for Prostitution?

Generally speaking, prostitution is considered illegal in all forms. Like all illegal activities, there is still a market for prostitution regardless of its legality. This could end in punishment for those who are involved in the prostitution market. However, each state has its own specific set of laws that determines how that particular area handles […]

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Man Doesn’t Register Properly as Sex Offender, Faces New Charges

In Pennsylvania, there are numerous short- and long-term consequences that come from being charged with a sex crime. Even a person who is wrongfully accused could face severe social, emotional and economical repercussions that could affect their quality of life in the long run. One man was recently charged with the abuse of a 12-year-old […]

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Injuries That Occur at a Business

In Pennsylvania and around the country, accidents will happen. If someone is injured on a business’s property, a lawsuit could be filed against the business owner. The business owner is responsible for keeping patrons, visitors, and employees safe. The business owner, whether renting or owning, is nearly always responsible for any injuries, such as a […]

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Workplace Heat-Related Illnesses Can Be Prevented

Each year, thousands of workers in Pennsylvania and across the country get sick due to working in an excessively hot workplace. According to the latest information available from OSHA, in 2012, more than 30 deaths were attributed to workplace heat-related illnesses. OSHA has made prevention of heat-related illnesses a priority, issuing penalties of as much […]

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