Today's blog: Have you ever been part of a jury selection process? Well, there are certain ways attorneys, both defense and plaintffs, question the jury to see if they have any bias or interest that may affect the case at hand.
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Today's blog: Have you ever experienced a situation where you thought you may need to seek legal help but thought to yourself, "no, I am not the suing type!"? Well, Scott Blass has heard it all and he's here to tell you a few things - mainly, you need to do what is right in the situation, no matter if you are the suing type or not!
Today's blog: On Sunday, a majority of the country experienced some seriously dangerous high winds. Sheila has been without power going on 4 days now, she tells us what its like living 'off the grid' on the blog today!
Today's blog: Youth suicide rates are, unfortunately, on the rise across the country. A recent law enacted in PA hopes to avoid that - read Doug's blog on the topic today.
Today's blog: End-of-life decision making can seem like a scary thing to think about but it is never too late to start planning these things ahead of time with your doctor and lawyer to ensure the best possible decision is made for what you want when it comes to that point.
Case breakdown: Pittsburgh attorney Ty Smith breaks down a recent case where a bad faith claim was brought up against State Farm insurance.
Today's blog: Did you know that OH, PA and WV require you to carry liability insurance? Of course you did! You may not know that that also includes medical payments, or "med pay" coverage - John Artimez breaks this down for you in today's "FYI" on the blog.
Today's blog: Lawyers sometimes get a bad rap - but we'll blame this mostly on the TV shows! How well do you know your attorney? Some of them like pizza (DiCarlo's or DeFelice?) over pasta, dogs over cats...you get the idea. Tune into our weekly series "Bordas Beats" to find out more about our attorneys and staff!
Today's blog: Another teacher's strike in West Virginia has ended - Partner Chris Regan lays out what the next steps for the WV legislature should be to get the education issue on the right track.
Today's blog: A commonly used earplug, standardly issued to several branches of the armed forces, by the 3M brand is now being questioned in court after reports came to light that the company knowingly manipulated test results to ensure they met the U.S. government's required product standards. Doug Olcott shares the affect this has on our troops and veterans dating back to 2003 when the earplugs were issued.