Delaware PIP coverage: what to know about Independent Medical Examinations

Posted January 16, 2018

By Tiffany M. Shrenk Were you injured in a motor vehicle collision in Delaware while occupying a vehicle insured in Delaware? The coverage of that vehicle is the primary payer of medical treatment and lost wages, known as your personal injury protection coverage or “PIP”. PIP coverage determines the number of payments your insurance company […]

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Key provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

Posted January 9, 2018

By Joseph A. Bellinghieri The recently enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) is one of the more significant changes in decades to the Tax Code. While touted as “tax simplification”, the result is anything but simplification. Below are some of the key provisions of the TCJA. Individual Tax Rates and Brackets: The TCJA provides for […]

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Do you have a legal claim if you slip and fall on snow or ice in Pennsylvania?

Posted January 5, 2018

By Timothy F. Rayne As a Pennsylvania Personal Injury Lawyer, I get a lot of calls from people in Wintertime who have fallen on snow or ice and have been injured. They want to know their legal rights and whether or not they can make a claim for compensation. Whether they have a viable legal claim […]

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What happens if you are injured by an Uber or Lyft driver in Pennsylvania?

Posted December 1, 2017

By Timothy F. Rayne The Uber and Lyft ridesharing services have become immensely popular and have turned the world of transportation nearly upside down.  I was in Washington D.C. earlier this year and suggested to my daughter that we get a taxi to dinner after a long day of walking the monuments.  She laughed, pulled out […]

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Navigating Zoning in the Age of Airbnb

Posted November 22, 2017

By Matthew M. McKeon Over the last ten years, there has been an enormous increase in the use of online rental marketplaces such as Airbnb and HomeAway, which allow people to list their house, apartment, or other residential dwelling for rent as a short-term accommodation. In Pennsylvania and Delaware, state and municipal governments are examining […]

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Modifying Irrevocable Trusts: Answers to Common Questions

Posted November 16, 2017

By Isaac J. Jean-Pierre November 2017 An irrevocable trust is defined as a trust that cannot be terminated by the settlor once it is created. As such, a trustee or beneficiary may be under the impression that once the trust is created, the terms of the trust remain intact in perpetuity. In reality, that is not […]

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Hillary J. Moonay Elected to the Yardley Makefield Soccer Club’s Board of Directors

Posted November 7, 2017

November 2017 MacElree Harvey, Ltd. is pleased to announce that Hillary J. Moonay, Esq. has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Yardley Makefield Soccer Club (YMS). She will serve as secretary for a two-year term beginning Nov. 1, 2017. Yardley Makefield Soccer exists to create a positive environment for all athletes to improve […]

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First Judicial District of Pennsylvania Names Christopher Sullivan to its 2017 Roll of Honor

Posted November 3, 2017

November 3, 2017 As part of MacElree Harvey’s ongoing commitment to providing pro bono legal services, attorney Christopher Sullivan serves as a child advocate with the Support Center for Child Advocates in Philadelphia. Chris was recently named to the 2017 Roll of Honor for the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania for his efforts. For more […]

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MacElree Harvey Ranked Among 2018 “Best Law Firms” By U.S. News & World Report/Best Lawyers

Posted November 1, 2017

November 1, 2017 U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers ranked MacElree Harvey, Ltd. among the 2018 “Best Law Firms.” The firm received a “Tier 2” ranking in Family Law and Land Use & Zoning Law in the Philadelphia metropolitan area. According to U.S. News – Best Lawyers, firms included in the 2018 “Best Law Firms” are recognized for […]

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Getting Divorced? 5 Things You Should Know

Posted October 3, 2017

By Hillary J. Moonay October 2017 When I meet with clients for the first time, I am inevitably asked certain questions over and over. I don’t know if it is the emotional nature of these issues or faulty internet research that causes me to correct misinformation on a regular basis. So, it’s time to set the […]

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