The facts found on these pages are for information only. I am not saying that they are inaccurate, but since injury law is complicated, you absolutely must be represented by counsel who is familiar with your case. No two cases are exactly alike. You can lose money, property, or even miss the statute of limitations if you try to represent yourself! So do it right and get a lawyer. By the way, if you call me, I will not charge you, but I can’t represent you unless you live in Pennsylvania or New Jersey. If I tell you something by phone and you do not retain me (because, e.g., you are out-of-state), this does not mean you have complied with the above warning. You still have to get local counsel. Please do not be stupid and think that just because I put up this web site, I am your lawyer! No lawyer is permitted to represent a client in this type of a case without getting some kind of written agreement from the client. For that matter, no lawyer is allowed to charge a contingent fee without it being in writing. Therefore, unless you have a written agreement from you, I do not represent you; and if I do not represent you, I am not protecting your rights, and you should not rely on these pages as the final authority, should you? Now that was easy, right?