Pittsburgh Personal Injury Blog
In an article posted by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette www.post-gazette.com, thousands of injured workers statewide could receive more benefits after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court struck down a key part of the workers’ compensation law. NO MORE IMPAIRMENT RATING EVALUATIONS. The court’s decision eliminated the practice of using the American Medical Association guidelines to place a cap […]
We are pleased to announce that William R. Caroselli, Esq. is the receipient of the Special Lifetime Achievement Award by the Pennsylvania Association for Justice. On behalf of Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C. posted in Firm News on Tuesday, June 20, 2017.
We are pleased to announce that William R. Caroselli, Esq. is the recipient of the 2017 Champion of Justice Award by the Western Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association. “Champion Among Champions” On behalf of Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C. posted in Firm News on Thursday, May 18, 2017.
We are pleased to announce that Thomas Smith and Rhett Cherkin have been certified as specialists in the practice of workers’ compensation law by the Pennsylvania Bar Association Workers’ Compensation Law Section. Smith and Cherkin join attorneys Daniel Bricmont and Fred Soilis as certified workers’ comp specialists. “We are extremely proud of Thomas and Rhett for their tireless work in the field […]
Driving in Pennsylvania can be dreadful depending on the traffic conditions, the weather or unexpected environmental hazards that distract from a person’s focus and visibility. People who do not put adequate effort toward focusing on what they are doing while they are driving are at a much higher risk of being involved in a serious […]
Almost every state has laws requiring the use of seatbelts for both drivers and passengers. However, a study undertaken by university researchers looks at the effectiveness of primary and secondary enforcement seat belt laws in terms of helping to prevent traffic fatalities. A little history Many states have adopted seat belt laws geared toward “primary […]
Among one of the most preventable reasons that people get into car accidents in Pennsylvania is their decision to drive while drunk. Unfortunately, this decision is made daily by people all over the nation and one that both lawmakers and authorities have tried relentlessly to prevent. What makes it doubly tragic is when people are […]
Football season in Pennsylvania is very popular, and watching the game or tailgating often includes drinking alcohol. For those watching numerous games, this can result in hours of drinking. Unfortunately, some choose to get behind the wheel after drinking too much, and this puts other people on the road in danger. Because drunk driving accidents […]
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention collect data concerning motor vehicle crash injuries and fatalities on our highways. Among the studies undertaken by the CDC is a comparison between vehicle crash deaths and current safety measures in the U.S. and those in other countries in response to the question, “How is the U.S. doing?” […]
Vehicle crashes involving teen drivers are sadly frequent in Pennsylvania and are a leading cause of fatalities among young people. As a parent, you may help reduce the risk of your teen being in an accident by teaching and modeling safe driving techniques. The state’s Graduated Driver Licensing program helps ensure your teen has adequate […]