The nation’s #1 personal injury lawyers explain how you can prove negligence and win your premises liability case
If you suffered serious injuries at another’s business or property, then you deserve compensation for your pain and expenses. However, to do so, you will need to demonstrate the business or property owner’s responsibility for your injuries. As a result, the nation’s leading personal injury law firm is here to explain what you will need to show and how you can show it. If you are ready to win big, then follow these tips for proving negligence in a premises liability case. When you’re ready to find out how much compensation you could get, discuss your case with an award-winning premises liability lawyer from Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys. Call, text, message, or chat us. Today and every day, the consultation is always free.
Tips for proving negligence in your premises liability accident case
Tip #1 – Understand what a premises liability case is
In order to negotiate a favorable settlement or win at trial, […]Read More
America’s #1 accident lawyers explain how you can win your premises liability lawsuit
Accidents often happen when we least expect them. They often occur in the places that feel the most comfortable and mundane. People suffer injuries at the grocery store or a close friend’s home. As the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) reports, the leading cause of emergency room visits in the United States is slip and fall accidents. In fact, 8 million Americans (21.3%) seek emergency treatment for a fall each year. As such, the most common accidents are slip and fall accidents. However, they are not the only accidents that occur outside of the home. Accident victims who suffer injuries at a business or property may be able to file premises liability claims to recover their losses.
Premises liability law can be tricky. As such, the nation’s best personal injury lawyers from Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys are here to help. […]Read More
The first July 4th holiday since PA’s new fireworks law was signed
With the Fourth of July holiday almost here, it’s important for the people of Northeastern Pennsylvania to understand our state’s new fireworks law. As of October 2017, the fireworks laws in Pennsylvania have changed. The new law allows PA residents to purchase consumer-grade fireworks, including firecrackers, Roman Candles, bottle rockets, and similar fireworks that contain a maximum of 50 milligrams of explosive material.
Display-grade fireworks – large fireworks designed to produce visible or audible effects for entertainment purposes by combustion, or detonation – remain limited to operators with a permit. Display fireworks are what you would see at a firework show, and they are set off by a firework technician.
Under the old law, only out-of-state residents could legally purchase The previous law (The Fireworks Act of 1939) limited residents to only novelty fireworks, […]Read More
Dog Bite Prevention Week
April 9-15 is Dog Bite Prevention Week. The American Humane Association, the U.S. Postal Service, and other groups observe this week each year in an effort to help reduce the number of dog bites nationwide.
This year, multiple reports have come out indicating that dog bites increased in 2016. According to the USPS, More than 6,700 postal workers suffered a dog bite last year. That’s 200 more than in 2015. Some researchers connect this increase with the growing popularity of online shopping and home delivery services.
The Insurance Information Institute and State Farm also report that dog bites increased by as much as 18% overall last year. Note that this number may other types of include dog-related incidents – not just bites.
Which states experience the most dog bites? Pennsylvania ranks #4 in the country, […]Read More
When it comes to dog bites, can you separate fact from fiction?
At Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys, we love our dogs. But, we’re also very familiar with how devastating a dog bite can be. Many of these bites are preventable. Knowing the signs and brushing up on some dog-safety tips can help you or your child avoid an attack. That means sorting out fact from fiction, and dispelling common myths and misinformation.
Dog Bite Prevention Myths vs. Facts
- You can tell whether a dog will be friendly or aggressive based on the breed: FALSE. While some types of dogs account for more bites than others, any dog can bite, so you shouldn’t assume a dog is friendly based on breed.
- Most dog bites happen with strange or stray dogs: FALSE. […]