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July 2017 Archives

New court ruling may impact other drunk driving cases

If a person is suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol, a blood alcohol test may be requested by authorities. Although suspects have the right to refuse a blood draw, a refusal could result in a suspension of their driver's license in addition to other consequences. If a suspect is unconscious, they no longer have the ability to refuse the blood test, and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently ruled that authorities must obtain a warrant to perform a blood draw on anyone unresponsive. Drunk driving cases across the state may be impacted by the ruling.

A personal injury suffered in a swimming pool accident is no joke

Summer is still in full swing, and numerous Pennsylvania residents are spending their time at public and private swimming pools. While this certainly is a great way to spend lazy summer days, quite a few people are injured in swimming pool accidents every year. If you have suffered a personal injury or have lost a loved in such an incident, you may have legal recourse.

Pennsylvania criminal defense: Charged with possession?

In Pennsylvania, being charged and convicted on any drug-related crime can have a drastic impact on one's life. The state simply does not take such crimes lightly. Those who have been charged with drug-related crimes can seek assistance from an experienced criminal defense attorney to help them fight their cases in court.

Pennsylvania workers' compensation: Scaffolding injuries

With summer in full swing, construction workers in Pennsylvania are busier than ever. Many of them use scaffolding structures every day in order to get their work done. Unfortunately, in doing so, some will suffer injuries in scaffolding-related accidents. Victims of such injuries may file workers' compensation claims to seek help covering their medical expenses and other losses.

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