Goodbye Summer. Hello Fall! Are you ready for the fall foliage?
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What happens at a hearing in my civil lawsuit?
Did you know that September 17 is Constitution Day? In this blog, Jay Stoneking shares the history behind this day.
We have a new ‘conversation’ that needs to be had with our young children. Vaping. If you are not sure exactly what this is, your middle school or high school student probably does and may have already tried it.
Today, Jim Heneghan explains the law on when an insurance company can cancel an insurance policy and the obligations they must fulfill before being able to decline coverage
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court holds that the involuntary movement of a vehicle can constitute the “operation” of a motor vehicle. Ty Smith explains.
This article explains the law on the duty for an insurance carrier to provide insurance coverage when the persons involved are not actually in the car.
When should I start decorating for fall? Jennifer Riffee shares her thoughts of this popular question.
A common misconception among the general public is that all cases are alike and that ultimately – someone at the end of a trial is going to be found guilty of some act. However, this is not the case. Erica Cross Conti explains.