There are dangers lurking in every household in America. Children are particularly vulnerable to these dangers. These hazards are unsecured furniture, appliances, and televisions that can tip over and seriously injure or kill a child. Between 2000 and 2010, there were 245 reported deaths of children under the age of 8 due to tip-over incidents….

On April 13, 2020, Governor Phil Murphy of New Jersey signed a bill granting immunity to healthcare providers and hospitals treating patients for COVID-19. The law provides criminal and civil immunity to physicians, nurses, and others who are treating patients for COVID-19 in New Jersey during a public health emergency. The bill is retroactive to…

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If you have been injured in an accident of any kind, your first thought is likely your health and physical well-being. At some point after that, however, it is likely that your focus will turn to seeking compensation for an accident that may not have been your fault. But with the COVID-19 pandemic going full-steam,…

Road rash injuries can be serious and result in significant damages. Contact our experienced personal injury lawyers today to discuss your road rash injuries.

Zantac has been recalled for containing a cancer-causing compound. Contact the personal injury firm of Mattiacci Law today if you believe you have developed cancer after taking Zantac.

Reopen an Injury Claim

Is It Possible To Reopen A Personal Injury Case? The answer to this question is ultimately going to depend on the unique factors pertaining to your case and overall settlement terms. In general, it isn’t possible to reopen an injury claim after a settlement or judgment has been officially negotiated upon by all parties and…

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Although the City of Philadelphia was slow to accept the electric scooter trend, e-scooters are beginning to take off in various parts of the city. Not surprisingly, we’re also seeing an increase in dangerous E-Scooter accidents. When you’re on a scooter, you interact with traffic, but you have absolutely nothing to protect you from the…

The novel coronavirus has started to spread across the United States. As of March 12, 2020, there are 22 cases of the virus in Pennsylvania. This includes two confirmed cases of COVID-19, along with 20 presumptive cases. There are up to 219 people who are currently being observed or investigated for signs of infection or…