Compensation May Be Available for Slip and Fall Injury

Almost everyone has, at one time or another, taken a misstep and fallen to the ground without suffering from anything more serious than a bruised ego. Tripping and falling can, however, result in serious personal injury that might entitle the victim to receive compensation from the owner of the property on which the fall occurs. […]

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Agencies Involved in Internet Crime Investigations

The online world has not only brought ease of commerce to people but has opened up a new venue via which crimes can be committed and alleged. People in Pennsylvania who are accused of internet crimes should know that many different government agencies can ultimately be involved in these cases. According to the U.S. Department […]

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Increased Individual Liability for Corporate Crime Sought

While many Pennsylvania residents may initially think about things like murder, assault, or robbery when they think about crime, it is equally important to acknowledge white collar crime. There are many things that can be considered white collar crime and it is not just individual people but entire corporations that can face allegations of these […]

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Safety Challenges in Communication Tower Work

Some communication tower workers in Pennsylvania may have felt pressured to complete a job when they were fatigued or when insufficient fall protection was available. According to some people in the industry, contracts designed to make workplaces safer are not enough because employers are concerned about finishing a job on time regardless of weather conditions […]

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Defendant’s Sentences to Be Revised Due to New Ruling

People in Pennsylvania who find themselves arrested for serious felony crimes must always try to remember that the criminal justice process offers them opportunities for a fair defense. This includes appeals that can be made even after a trial is complete and a sentence has been handed down. For some defendants, this can offer the […]

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