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Archive for October 2016

Home Winterization & Fire Prevention

safety-fireTemperatures are finally falling across central Pennsylvania and now is the time to prep your home for the winter ahead. Did you know that home …

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How a Personal Injury Case Progresses

“Today is the day I’m going to slip and fall,” said no one ever. Accidents happen all the time. The “slip and fall” category alone …

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New Rules in Lancaster, PA: Q&A with Attorney Edward Kennett

Edward R. KennetKBG Injury Law attorney Edward Kennett led a Civil Trial Task Force that established new local civil procedure rules in Lancaster, PA.

The rules took …

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World’s Strangest Laws

Unless you’re planning a jewelry heist, no one sets out to intentionally break the law. However, there are some laws on the books that could …

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10 Tips for Driving at Night

nightAs we move into the end of the year, the days are becoming shorter, which means, for many motorists, more time spent driving at night. …

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Personal Injury Cases Won Against Walmart

Personal Injury Cases Won Against Walmart

It may be difficult to believe, but Walmart is sued between two and five times every day in the United States. It is sued for …

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Personal Injury Law

Personal Injury LawPersonal injury cases deal with claims brought by people who feel they have been wronged and are seeking compensation. In some instances, claimants are seeking …

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