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Why Are Philadelphia’s Roads Filled With Potholes?
Ever since the 2008 recession, the city of Philadelphia has experienced a variety of financial issues. From 2011 to 2015, over 900 miles of roads in Philadelphia needed repaving, but the city could only afford [...]
Can Civilians Sue When Police Dogs Attack Them?
Police dogs are common in law enforcement throughout the country, but the laws that govern how dogs can be used are different than other law enforcement regulations. Most of the laws governing police dog attacks [...]
Are SEPTA’s Shiny Floors A Slip And Fall Hazard?
A slip and fall injury can sometimes elicit the giggles and snickers of onlookers because most people have been conditioned by movies and television shows to laugh at someone slipping and falling on shiny floors. [...]
Elderly Woman Attacked By Her Neighbor’s Pit Bulls
In late January 2017, it was reported that a 96-year-old woman was attacked by two pit bulls while she was near her home in Philadelphia. While the woman survived the attack, she was in critical [...]
The Basics Of Pennsylvania Dog Bite Laws
Anyone who has ever been bitten by a dog in the state of Pennsylvania is probably aware of the comprehensive dog bite laws the state offers. As with most responsible laws, Pennsylvania's dog bite laws [...]
The Legal Recourse For Slip And Fall Accidents On A Sidewalk
Slip and fall accidents can happen any time of the year and under any conditions. The first thing to remember about a slip and fall accident is that you may actually be the negligent party. [...]