Is Negligence Increasing Concussions Among Girls Playing Soccer?

Posted on July 14, 2018 by Selingo Guagliardo
Photo of an MRI Film that Show Damage from a Traumatic Brain Injury

For a few years, more and more scientific studies about Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) have flooded the media. This degenerative brain disease is commonly found in veterans and athletes—most notably football players. As a result, many parents have banned their young boys from playing football. Now, some are beginning to see that this disease could […]

How Often Are Mesothelioma Lawsuits Filed in Pennsylvania?

Posted on June 14, 2018 by Selingo Guagliardo
Picture of a Functioning IV drip hanging on a pole in hospital with LED surgical lights in the background.

When it comes to mesothelioma, there is good news and bad news. The good news is, as time passes, fewer cases of the sickness are being discovered. The bad news is that more asbestos lawsuits may have been filed in 2017 than in 2016. Even more surprising is Pennsylvania’s role in the lawsuits filed once […]

How Important Is Social Media to Your Personal Injury Case?

Posted on May 14, 2018 by Selingo Guagliardo
empty wheelchair in a hospital

A personal injury lawsuit can be a very complex and delicate legal proceeding. The slightest turn in testimony or evidence can have a ripple effect that changes the entire course of a case. This sensitivity is increased tenfold due to the prevalence of social media. Pictures, videos and other posts of a person’s day-to-day life […]

Lawsuit Filed! Will Uptown Pizza Place Pay for a Manager Attacking a Woman?

Posted on April 21, 2018 by Selingo Guagliardo

On January 12, a Pittsburgh woman missed her bus home after going out for a drink after work. While waiting for another bus, she was struck by the urge to use restroom. Not far away, Pizza Milano was open, so she went inside hoping to use their bathroom. What happened next led to her filing […]

The Jury Is In on This Pennsylvania Birth Injury Lawsuit!

Posted on April 7, 2018 by Selingo Guagliardo

It was March 2, 2011 when a mother was admitted to Delaware County Memorial Hospital to deliver her twins. Doctors induced labor, took the woman into the deliver room and began birthing the twins, but something went wrong. Now the Pennsylvania birth injury lawsuit that was filed on behalf of one of these twins has […]

Is the Person Texting a Driver Also Responsible for Distracted Driving Crashes?

Posted on March 21, 2018 by Selingo Guagliardo

Back in May 2013, a motorcyclist in Hickory Township was slowing down for a turn when his bike was hit by an SUV. The 47-year-old was texting at the time of the crash, and the rider did not survive the incident. The bereaved family of the motorcyclist sought justice for their loved one by taking […]

Is Uber Responsible for the Actions of Its Drivers?

Posted on March 7, 2018 by Selingo Guagliardo

The rideshare economy is one of the most lucrative in today’s modern world, but safety issues have many people worried about whether their ride will be safe. That’s the subject of a new Pennsylvania lawsuit that is taking Uber to court over an unsafe driver. But will the company be held responsible for the actions […]

Does America Have a Misdiagnosis Problem?

Posted on February 23, 2018 by Selingo Guagliardo

If you were diagnosed with cancer, should you trust that diagnosis? It turns out that misdiagnosis of ailments may be more common than you ever imagined. This can lead to patients receiving the wrong treatment, which can lead to further illness and even death. So, what can you do about the misdiagnosis problem in our […]

Will New Punishment Curb Future Frat Hazing?

Posted on February 16, 2018 by Selingo Guagliardo

It was freezing cold when a college fraternity pledge was blindfolded, strapped to a backpack full of sand and led into the mountains. There, he was assaulted by his frat brothers as a rite of passage, but something went wrong. Now a judge has handed down a decision that could shake Greek life all over […]