September 19, 2019

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EPA Delays Setting Limits on PFAS, So Pennsylvania Takes Own Steps

Current Administrator of the EPA, Andrew Wheeler, made an announcement last week regarding the agency’s plan to deal with PFAS-contaminated drinking water throughout the United States but included no firm deadline to set a national standard for the … [Read more...]

Informed Consent Must Be Obtained by Physicians, PA Supreme Court Rules

Late last month, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that a jury may only consider informed consent obtained by a physician – consent obtained by an intermediary party such as a staff member should thus be excluded from a jury’s deliberations. In … [Read more...]

Pennsylvania Statutes of Limitations for Civil Cases

Has a loved one died due to someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing? Have you been harmed due to negligent behavior or fraud? If so, you may have a viable personal injury case, and a Pennsylvania personal injury attorney will be able to explain what … [Read more...]

Pennsylvania Legislators Could Ban Abortion After 20 Weeks

Following a Republican success in the senate last month, Pennsylvania might join 20 other states who have all banned abortions after 20 weeks. This is particularly concerning as the current ban in Pennsylvania prohibits abortions after 24 weeks … [Read more...]

Car vs Pedestrian Crashes and Your Likelihood of Survival

In 2013, more than 4,700 pedestrians were killed and another 150,000 needed emergency medical treatment because they were struck by a vehicle. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety released a study that demonstrates how just a few miles per hour can … [Read more...]