Category Archives: Miscellaneous Legal Topics

Pennsylvania Automobile Insurance Laws

By | June 29, 2006

Here are the important highlights of the Pennsylvania automobile insurance law, more formally called, the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law: 1) When purchasing a new policy after 1990, your insurance company must notify you, in writing, of two very important coverage options which you are to consider. The options are regarding “limited tort” and “full tort” coverage.… Read More »

Several Crucial 2004 “Crash Facts”

By | January 14, 2005

UNINTENTIONAL DEATHS: The leading cause of “Unintentional Deaths“ (which were caused by motor vehicle in the United States in the year 2004) will be over 50,000. As the clock ticked away the death caused by such a crash took place almost every 13 minutes! Recently published statistics prove that there was a disabling injury every 14 seconds and… Read More »

Documenting Your Client’s Personal Injury Insurance Claim

By | November 12, 2004

YOUR CLIENTS PERSONAL INJURY INSURANCE CLAIM ~ DOCUMENTING THEIR DISABILITY ~ PLUS SOME INSIGHTS INTO MEDICAL REIMBURSEMENTS By: Dan Baldyga The best judge of Total Disability and/or Partial Disability is “Ole” Doc Comfort your clients attending physician. The Medical Report he executes for the insurance company you’re battling with, Rock Solid Insurance Corporation, should always contain his comments… Read More »

Background Information Regarding the Motor Vehicle Accident “Whiplash-Type” Injury – As of Late 2004

By | October 1, 2004

The “Bottom Line” regarding “Whiplash Crash Facts” (this information was accumulated during 2004 – – and includes all the previous years) are as follows: THERE ARE 8 ABSOLUTE FACTS REGARDING THAT WHICH IS TODAY IDENTIFIED AS A “WHIPLASH” INJURY. THEY ARE AS FOLLOWS: #1. The “Threshold” for cervical spine soft tissue injury becomes a reality at 5 MPH.… Read More »

Today’s Electronic Cars are a Monumental Risk

By | September 19, 2004

The increasing popularity of the “Offspring’s” of the typical motor vehicle companies (The Electric Car) should be of profound concern to all of us. Those who cut the wrong electric cable (trying to prevent a fire in a conventional vehicle, after a crash) may find themselves in deep trouble, should this be done to a smashed-up, high-voltage electric… Read More »

Achieving Your Career Goals: Forming a Successful Relationship with a Legal Recruiter

As most lawyers know, legal recruiters have become a fact of life. Although telephone calls from recruiters may seem intrusive – or even annoying – during a hectic workday, a savvy lawyer (even one not interested in changing jobs) should not ignore these calls. Instead, you should take a moment to listen before deciding whether or not to… Read More »

A Brief on Being Brief

By | May 7, 2004

Common Sense Rules of Advocacy for Lawyers (an excerpt from the new book) INTRODUCTION The excerpt, below, is from Common Sense Rules of Advocacy for Lawyers, by Keith Evans. It’s pulled from four sections of the book: The Dimensions of Advocacy, Advocacy as Theater, Cross-Examination, and Written Advocacy. It is both entertaining and… brief. The author, Keith Evans,… Read More »

Strong Public Relations to Help Avoid Lawsuits

I have had many business clients come to me after a former client or employee has sued them. Their question always seems to be, “How could I have avoided this lawsuit”? I have also had many inquiries from individuals who want to know if they can sue a business for incidents that range from defective products to rudeness.… Read More »