The Pennsylvania Supreme Court let stand a Superior court ruling that motorists are entitled to “stacked” uninsured/underinsured (UM/UIM) coverage when their insurance company fails to have the motorist sign stacking waivers for newly added cars. This may be “Latin” to many but let me explain why you should be happy with this decision. Stacking Defined…

Lawyers are trained for battle. Law school taught us that the way to the “truth” was an adversarial system that accepted no prisoners. Cross-examination was the way to the truth and I’ll admit there’s nothing more satisfying than a cross-examination which completely decimates the opposing party. No prisoners. Think of Tom Cruise cross-examining Jack Nicholson….

Sadly, pedestrian accidents are far too common in the United States. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that in 2015, more than 5,000 pedestrians died in traffic crashes in the United States and that a pedestrian is killed every 1.6 hours. Almost 129,000 pedestrians were treated for non-fatal crash-related injuries that year. Although cities…

Injured in a car or motorcycle accident? How do you know which lawyer is right for your case? From Delaware Water Gap to Mount Pocono and down Route 33 to Easton, you’ll probably see 2 dozen billboards advertising lawyers who fight for you. The lawyers typically have their arms crossed with stern looks on their…

We’re all trying to save some money and car insurance is expensive but a necessary evil. Is it worth it? I’m covered, right? Let’s say another driver rear-ends you at a stop sign or T-bones you and causes significant injury. You’re out of work for 6 months and may even need surgery. The other driver…

  If you have collision coverage and your car is damaged, what can you collect? After a brief period of mourning (I’m a car guy), here’s what I can tell you. Your insurance company is required to pay the amount necessary to return your car to the same condition it was in before being damaged….