DISCLAIMER: BRB discourages prospective clients from bringing a claim for bodily injury unless serious injury has been suffered. If you are going to make a full recovery in a few weeks or months, it is not in your best interest [ Read More ]
If you are receiving Workers’ Compensation or have recently received Workers’ Compensation you will want to read this blog. You may be entitled to additional Workers’ Compensation! In June of 2017 the Pennsylvania Supreme Court made an important decision with [ Read More ]
In 2017 the lawyers of Baratta, Russell and Baratta achieved life changing results for many clients. Below are some of the highlights of 2017. These clients, these heroes, all had one thing in common: a careless actor had changed their [ Read More ]
Car Accident That Isn’t Your Fault – How to Protect Yourself NOW for Medical Expenses that You Will Have to Pay.
Because Pennsylvania is a no-fault state, every motor vehicle accident victim remains responsible for paying their own medical expenses by law. Once your automobile medical coverage is exhausted (if you have medical insurance), the bills must be submitted to your [ Read More ]
A recent study in Finland establishes that a severe head injury, especially during middle age, could dramatically increase the risk for developing dementia later in life. The study included 40,639 Finnish adults between the ages of 18 and 65 who [ Read More ]
Does anybody fear highway driving as much as I do? One reason I do is how regularly a driver will try to push me to go faster or pull into another lane by riding up on my tail. And this [ Read More ]
I first introduced in my blogs my middle son, Dante in March of 2013, when I wrote a blog about his mild brain injury sustained wrestling his freshman year of high school, at St. Joseph’s Prep. ( http://www.barattarussell.com/blog/the-diagnosis-of-traumatic-brain-injury-as-essential-first-step-to-recovery/#more-96). He is a [ Read More ]
Very often the people I represent have suffered disabling injuries. Every one of my clients who is disabled from work wishes that were not in this situation.
Jane, a grandmother, while on the way to visit her grandchildren, was in a car wreck on the road her grandchildren lived. She so feared the location, she refused to visit her grandchildren for years.
A present client suffered serious orthopedic injuries when a drunk driver crossed the center line of a highway and struck his car head on. An orthopedist was assigned to him by the hospital when brought in as a trauma patient. [ Read More ]