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Are Big Events Legally Required to Protect Attendees From COVID-19?

What Safety Measures Should Large Events Follow During COVID-19? With more than 8 million diagnosed cases of COVID-19, the United States continues to struggle with the pandemic. Big events might be legally permissible now, but event organizers are still expected to follow a lot of safety … [Read more...]

How PPE Can Reduce Risks of COVID Spreading at Work

Can PPE Really Help Prevent COVID Cases at Work? Since the COVID-19 pandemic first began, there has been over a 1,000% increase in the amount of money workplaces spend on personal protective equipment (PPE). The right PPE can both prevent employees from getting sick and help keep customers safe. … [Read more...]

COVID-19 SAH Orders Didn’t Reduce Traffic Deaths Across the Country

Roads Deadlier Than Ever During the COVID-19 Pandemic From March through June, governors issued stay-at-home (SAH) orders that reduced the total amount of traffic, but car crash fatalities increased by more than 37% across the United States. Pennsylvanians traveled 8.4 billion miles less in March, … [Read more...]

Are Non-Contact Thermometers Accurate?

Do No-Contact Temperature Assessment Devices Really Work? Currently, 47 states have recommendations or legal requirements in place that organizations must check the temperature of their employees and customers. The majority of people are using no-contact temperature assessment devices, like … [Read more...]

Is Social Distancing a Defense Against a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Is Social Distancing a Legitimate Personal Injury Defense? With over 6 million cases of COVID-19 in the United States right now, it's no surprise that the disease has been involved in all sorts of lawsuits. If you are filing a case, you may find the defense using COVID social distancing as an … [Read more...]

How COVID-19 Affects Your Decision to Settle

Should You Settle Your Personal Injury Case Early? In July 2020, some Pennsylvania courts began to resume in-person trials with juries. However, for a lot of civil lawsuit plaintiffs, it may still be quite some time until they are able to have their own personal injury trials with juries present. … [Read more...]

How to Tell If a Property Is Failing to Protect People From COVID-19

Signs That a Property Is Likely to Spread COVID With almost 5 million confirmed COVID-19 cases in the United States as of August 2020, it is important for landlords, retailers, and restaurant owners to provide safe environments for clients. Unfortunately, some are failing to meet basic safety … [Read more...]

What to Do If You’ve Been Harmed by Any of These Fake COVID-19 Cures

Fraudulent Claims of COVID-19 Cures May Cause Serious Health Effects The first case of COVID-19 in the USA was reported on January 20, 2020, and by March 13, the World Health Organization declared a pandemic. By August 5th, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported at least 4,748,806 … [Read more...]

How to Handle Personal Injury Statute of Limitations During COVID-19

Dealing With Personal Injury Case Statute of Limitations During COVID-19 In some ways, it feels like the world has stopped since the pandemic has forced several companies, organizations and government agencies to partially, if not completely, shut down. This has thrown some legal matters, such as … [Read more...]

Filing a Wrongful Death Lawsuit for COVID-19

Can You File a COVID-19 Wrongful Death Lawsuit? As of July, 2020, over 146,000 people across the United States have died from COVID-19. Many of these deaths may be due to the negligence of someone else. As a result, we can expect many wrongful death lawsuits filed in the coming months and … [Read more...]

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