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Medical Malpractice Posts

What in the World is a Medical Malpractice Statute of Repose and Why Did the Supreme Court Decide It’s Unconstitutional?

Posted November 8, 2019

By Timothy Rayne, Esquire Recently, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court decided the case of Yanakos v. UPMC, which explains the Medical Malpractice Statute of Repose and holds that it is unconstitutional because it unfairly limits victims’ constitutional rights to compensation for injury without accomplishing an important government interest. What is the Statute of Repose? Statutes of Repose […]

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Cell Phone GPS Data – Can The Police Access It and Use It to Arrest You?

Posted June 25, 2018

By Tim Rayne Cell phones have almost become a part of our bodies, with most people carrying their phones at all times. Cell phones continuously scan their environment looking for the best signal which comes from the closest cell site. Most modern phones tap into wireless networks countless times a day, whether the phone is […]

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Case Spotlight: Fire in the Operating Room

Posted May 26, 2011

I have had a few Personal Injury cases in my career that I expected to be straightforward and simple; that the negligence of the defendant and injuries to my client seemed so clear that, surely, there would be no fight and I would be able to obtain swift justice. That was certainly the case for […]

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Medical Malpractice in Pennsylvania

Posted May 26, 2011

I often get questions about possible legal claims arising out of poor outcomes from medical treatment. The mere fact that a complication, injury or death occurred during medical treatment does not necessarily justify a Medical Malpractice case. Instead, Pennsylvania law requires proof of several elements and the sworn testimony of expert witnesses before a case […]

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