The 2018 crash of a 2001 Ford Excursion stretch limousine in upstate New York was a tragedy of epic proportions. The driver lost control of the vehicle when it went down a hill and through a stop sign and crashed through a parking lot and hit an embankment. The deadliest motor vehicle accident in the […]
Motor vehicle accidents sometimes include explosions and exposure to hot surfaces. These can result in very serious burns that can require intensive medical care. When this happens, it can mean that you have to deal with high medical care costs. You will likely have to remain off work for a while.
After you were in that car accident, it was hard to piece your life back together. The insurance process took ages and your car repairs were extensive, but you are thankful that you weren’t injured.
Thinking of your everyday vehicle, it can be hard to imagine that it could ever be involved in an accident. However, car accidents happen every day and cause injuries to their drivers and their passengers. A car accident can happen for a number of reasons, but there is one injury that is a common complaint after a car accident. That injury is whiplash, and it may sound benign, but it can have a huge impact on the victim.
The roadways in and around Pittsburgh are well known for being among the busiest in the entire country. It doesn’t matter if you’re traveling on the parkway or one of the many hills that surround the city, you know that there are always other vehicles in close proximity.
Car accidents are very violent experiences, often much more than you may realize initially. When people speak about suffering injuries in a car accident, they usually refer to injuries that are obvious at the scene of the accident, but many injuries do not cause any pain or produce visible signs that something is damaged, at least for a little while.
Many gruesome injuries can occur during a car crash. One possibility is a limb or digit being amputated. These amputations can lead to serious life effects that are difficult to overcome.
On the morning of Wednesday, September 7th, 2016, a 10-year old girl was waiting at her bus stop and ready to go to school. When the bus arrived, her driver stopped and put the flashing lights on. The girl was attempting to cross the street when a car disregarded the flashing lights and the stop arm. The girl was clipped by the car and taken to an area hospital to be treated for her injuries. Thankfully the girl sustained only minor injuries; she was treated and released shortly after admission. The driver of the car was charged with reckless driving. To read more about the accident, click here.
Following an elevated prostate specific antigen (“PSA”) test, Rosen Louik & Perry’s client was advised to have a biopsy of his prostate. Client followed the doctor’s recommendations and submitted to a stereotactic biopsy of his prostate. The tissue was removed by the local hospital and sent to a national laboratory for processing and pathology interpretation. The sample was reported as showing high grade carcinoma in situ requiring removal of the prostate. Unfortunately, client suffered known surgical complications of erectile dysfunction and incontinence. When the prostate was sent to pathology, no cancer was found. Client turned to Rosen Louik & Perry for answers. Rosen Louik & Perry lawyers were able to discover that a technician at the national laboratory had, due to carelessness, switched client’s slides with the slides from another client. The national laboratory denied the mix-up and forced the case to trial. The client’s Prostate cancer malpractice claim was litigated by our Pennsylvania Legal Malpractice Lawyers. Following a seven-day trial, a jury awarded client $4,500,000 and his wife $1,000,000 on her consortium claim.