Scranton and Wilkes-Barre are situated astride a confluence of interstate highways that carry many commercial vehicles. I-80, I-81, I-84 and other freeways are key pathways for the wheels of commerce. But they can also be the site of terrible truck … Read more
It is a problem we have all witnessed: careless and inconsiderate behavior on the road is almost as widespread as cars themselves. But the behaviors that sometimes only amount to minor annoyances for other drivers in the middle of Montana … Read more
In the United States, a network consisting of 1.8 million miles of pipelines delivers natural gas directly to consumers. Homes and businesses rely on this clean-burning and convenient fuel source every day for heating, cooking, and even power generation.… Read more
A recent state-by-state survey by the Governors Highway Safety Association found that motorcycle fatalities in the U.S. dropped by at least 2 percent in 2010. This is the second consecutive year of declines after eleven straight years of rising motorcycle … Read more
With the advances in medicine and technology, Americans expect the highest quality when it comes to medical devices. Unfortunately, that is not always the case.
Worldwide, demand for medical devices has exploded, with the United States claiming a large share … Read more
Pennsylvania has a long way to go to meet national best practices for highway safety. The risk on the road is real: 1,256 people died in fatal car accidents in 2009.
Pennsylvania lawmakers are considering three bills that supporters believe … Read more
The July 2011 Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision in Gentex Corp. v. Morack addressed the issue of the degree of specificity that an employee needs to use when giving an employer notice of a workplace injury. The court ruled that an … Read more
Hip replacement surgery was supposed to offer a relief from pain and restore the ability for someone to lead an active life. Instead, for many hip implant patients, it has only lead to more pain. For some people, it has … Read more
Everyone makes mistakes, but when a mistake results in the death of a newborn baby, an apology may not be enough. In Philadelphia, a young couple filed suit against a local area hospital for just that, the death of their … Read more
Pennsylvania State Representatives are proposing a bill, called “Ashley’s Law” that would abolish the current law capping the amount of money a school district can pay toward a defendant. The law is named for Ashley Zauflik, a Pennsbury High School … Read more