Tag: Delaware County PA

Burning Question Over Hoverboards

According to the New York Times, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is investigating hoverboards in an effort to confirm that they were in fact the source of 29 emergency room visits and at least 11 fires.  Airlines have already banned hoverboards and Amazon and Overstock.com will no longer sell some brands. There are at least […]

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What factors can influence personal injury settlements?

Many of our personal injury clients ask us to tell them the value of their case when they first walk into our office. They are surprised by the answer that it is impossible to know the value of a case at the inception because many factors go into a determination. Some examples of factors to […]

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Haverford Township, PA to See DUI Checkpoints this Weekend

The Northern Delaware County DUI Task Force will be out again in full force this weekend conducting DUI Checkpoints and likely roving stops in Haverford Township (Havertown) this weekend. They will be starting on Friday, September 12 and chances are they will be running operations through the weekend. Whether you are in Havertown, Upper Darby, […]

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