June 2014

Valet Service Has No Duty to Intoxicated Person

June 26th, 2014

Pennsylvania Superior Court  Finds Mohegan Sun Valet Service has No Duty to Intoxicated Person Maranko v. Downs, W.L. 2841549 (Pa. Super 2014). Opinion by Panella, joined by Platt (Senior Judge assigned to Superior Court), dissent by Mundy. This case raises an issue of first impression in this Commonwealth regarding the duty and ultimate liability of a valet service when an automobile is returned to an allegedly…

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Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage

June 23rd, 2014

Should I Purchase Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage? What type of auto insurance and how much insurance you should purchase can be one of the  most important decisions that you can make when protecting the future for you and your loved ones. In Pennsylvania you have two very critical decisions: whether to purchase Full or Limited Tort, and; whether to carry Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage….

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Full Tort vs Limited Tort

June 16th, 2014

What is the best choice – Full Tort vs Limited Tort? Residents of Pennsylvania are faced with a very important decision when they buy personal auto insurance. Should they buy full tort or limited tort coverage? Limited tort may cost less money, but is it the best decision for your family? The Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Law Firm, Freeburn & Hamilton, want you to…

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Personal Injury vs Workers’ Compensation

June 12th, 2014

Is the Injury a Worker’s Compensation or a Personal Injury Claim? What constitutes a workers’ compensation claim or a personal injury claim can be very complicated. When you have complicated legal questions, it is best to contact a worker’s compensation and personal injury lawyer that has years of experience and stays up-to-date on WCAB and Commonwealth Court decisions. Freeburn & Hamilton workers’ compensation lawyers are…

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Do SSD Benefits Affect Workers’ Comp Benefits

June 6th, 2014

PA Commonwealth Court Decision Limits When SSD Benefits Affect Workers’ Comp Benefits Are you wondering if your SSD benefits affect Workers’ Comp Benefits? A recent PA Commonwealth Court decision may affect your claim and your SSD and workers’ comp benefits. Freeburn & Hamilton, certified PA Workers’ Compensation Lawyers will be glad to speak you to see if your SSD benefits affect workers’ comp benefits. We don’t charge you unless we…

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