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Jul 8, 2021 - Resources

How to Keep Your Car Safe: A Guide Every Car Owner Needs

A car is one of the biggest investments you can make. It is important for car owners and all drivers to understand how to keep their automobiles in tip top shape in a variety of situations. This auto guide provides critical safety and maintenance concerns along with their recommended solution, important tips, and secondary resources to protect you and your vehicle.

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Jun 30, 2021 - Wrongful Death

How to Prove Wrongful Death in Pennsylvania

The heartbreak and grief following the loss of a loved one can be literally overwhelming. The survivors are having enough trouble simply making arrangements without the thought of any type of legal claim. Nonetheless, a wrongful death claim may be critical to their futures. These survivors, such as spouses and children, may be dependent on the deceased person’s financial compensation.

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Jun 2, 2021 - Personal Injury

What You Need to Know About Brain Injuries

A traumatic brain injury, or TBI, is an injury that affects how the brain works. It may be caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head, or a penetrating injury, such as a gunshot to the head. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are three main types of TBI:

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May 28, 2021 - Personal Injury

Debunking the Top Five Most Common Legal Myths

The laws, rules, and regulations that govern our lives can be difficult to comprehend, let alone understand. Statutes, whether they’re on the municipal, state, or federal level, are typically drafted in complicated language, full of legalese and often incorporating and referring to numerous other code sections — some of which are nearly impossible to find, and are equally as vague. And unless you have a law degree, trying to understand certain case opinions is a tall order. 

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May 26, 2021 - Personal Injury

What Are the Attorney’s Duties in an Attorney-Client Relationship?

If you’ve watched any true-crime TV show or any trial that has been shown through any form of media, you may have heard of the attorney-client privilege. But what is it? An attorney-client relationship is a relationship that is formed when a lawyer agrees to perform legal services for a client in exchange for some type of payment. For questions about any aspect of the attorney-client relationship, contact a Doylestown accident attorney at Drake, Hileman & Davis today.

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May 21, 2021 - Articles

IS YOUR POOL SAFE? 5 Tips for Homeowners

  The month of May is both National Water Safety Month and the typical start of pool season. In 2020, installing a swimming pool was a popular home addition, as many families opted for “stay-cations” during these COVID quarantine times. Unfortunately, drowning remains the number one cause of accidental death for children ages 1 -4. Additionally, according to government statistics, there were on average an estimated 6,700 pool or spa-related ER visits for non-fatal injuries from 2015- 2017 for children younger than 15. Listed below are five tips to keep your pool safe. 1. Set Up Pool And Spa Barriers For all pool installations requiring township approval, a fence around the pool is a requirement. But what about for pools that do not require a permit? Under Pennsylvania’s Uniform Construction Code, if a pool is more than 24 inches deep, it must be surrounded by a fence or an enclosure equipped with a gate that is self-latching. Above ground pools that are 48 inches high, can have the walls of the pool considered to be the “fence,” however, they must have a removable or locking ladder, which can be secured when the pool is not in use. It should be noted that four-sided isolation fences, which completely separate the pool from the house and rest of the yard, reduces a child’s risk of drowning by 83%. So, if your house serves as the fourth side of a fence around the pool, door alarms are to be used, in order to […]

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May 21, 2021 - Personal Injury

Attorney-Client Privilege vs. the Duty of Confidence: What’s the Difference?

An attorney-client relationship is a relationship that is formed when a lawyer agrees to perform legal service for a client in return for some type of compensation. This relationship includes various duties owed to clients, particularly the duty of confidence. People who aren’t trained in the law have heard these terms thrown around in various popular “true crime” television shows, but they are rarely, if ever, accurately explained.

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May 19, 2021 - Personal Injury

Understanding Proof in Legal Cases: Burden vs. Standard

Legal disputes are being argued in front of judges and juries every day in courtrooms across the country. In each case, the two types of proof, known more specifically as the “burden of proof” and the “standard of proof,” determine who has to prove what and to what extent. “Burden” and “standard” of proof are commonly used interchangeably, but there are important distinctions between them.

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May 14, 2021 - Personal Injury

What is an Attorney-Client Relationship?

Generally speaking, an attorney-client relationship is a relationship formed when a lawyer agrees to perform legal service for a client in return for some type of compensation. Put another way, it is the relationship between the two parties created by a contract.

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