Q&A with Lishani Sunday: What do I do if I was injured by a failed medical device?

Medical devices are intended to increase and improve an individual’s quality of life. You would not expect them to cause additional anguish. Unfortunately, some medical devices are defective causing long-term suffering and sometimes fatal injuries. Since 2008, medical devices for pain and other medical conditions have caused more than 80,000 deaths. Lishani Sunday, one of…

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Q&A with Timothy Salvatore: Navigating winter weather accidents

The two most common calls that we receive during inclement winter weather at KBG are concerns regarding pedestrians slipping and falling and motor vehicle accidents due to slippery conditions. Timothy Salvatore, one of KBG’s personal injury lawyers, discusses common questions regarding injuries caused by winter weather accidents. Who is at fault for when a pedestrian…

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How to Handle Your Teen’s First Car Accident

Teen drivers, between the ages 16 and 19, are three times more likely to be involved in a vehicular accident than those who are older than 20. It is your duty as a parent to be confident in handling your teen’s car accident if or when it occurs.  What to Do If a Teen Car…

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Fall a Dangerous Season for Pedestrians

In Pennsylvania, pedestrian accident fatalities decreased 27% (from 201 to 146), from 2018-2020. There are many theories as to why the increase occurred, from more people are walking to more motorists are driving bigger vehicles, and both motorists and pedestrians may be more distracted. The fall is an especially dangerous time of the year for…

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How to Safeguard Your Swimming Pool This Summer

Investing in a swimming pool might seem like a stress-free decision for you and your family to make, but it comes with its own set of responsibilities. Cleaning the filter and balancing the chemical levels are expected chores, but what most families who invest in a swimming pool do not consider, are the mandatory steps…

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Set Up a Safe Summer for Your New Driver

The hot summer months are historically known to be dangerous for new drivers. Roadways are crowded with eager vacationers, inexperienced teens and homebound college students. Teen drivers have crash rates nearly 4 times those of drivers 20 and older per mile drive. High crash rates and the freedom of summer can be a deadly mixture.…

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