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Defining Pennsylvania Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice Lawyers seek justice for patients who are injured as a result of hospital negligence and injuries caused by doctor error. more »


Robot Assisted Surgery on the Rise, but so are Da Vinci Surgery Lawsuits

A da Vinci robot is a high-tech surgical option to increase precision and decrease recovery time. However, a robot surgery gone wrong can leave a patient with unexpected pain, scars, burns or lacerations, or it can be deadly. more »


Reports on Injuries from Airbags prompts Recall of 3 Million Vehicles

Last month, several automobile manufactures issued airbag recalls involving more than 3 million vehicles due to potentially exploding airbags. more »


Chrysler Problems Affect Thousands of 2004 and 2005 Chrysler Pacifica Models

There has not been a Chrysler Pacifica recall regarding dangerous engine cradle rust and corrosion, but the auto manufacturer instead sent a technical service bulletin to 2004 and 2005 Chrysler Pacifica owners warning of the potential problem. This 2012 bulletin voided a prior communication that extended the engine cradle warranty for 2004 and 2005 Chrysler Pacifica owners. more »


Anapol Schwartz Attorney Assumes Role as PTLA President

Philadelphia personal injury lawyer and Anapol Schwartz Shareholder Lawrence Cohan, was named President of the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association (PTLA) on June 16. more »


Anapol Schwartz Attorneys Recognized in 2014 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers

The 2014 Edition of Pennsylvania Super Lawyers has been released.  Once again, a number of the attorneys at Anapol Schwartz have been selected for inclusion in the 2014 Edition of Pennsylvania Super Lawyers. more »


Robotic Surgery Lawyers Assisting Women with da Vinci Hysterectomy Complications

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Another Multimillion Dollar Verdict for Anapol Schwartz Vaccine Lawyers

Vaccine injury lawyers Lawrence Cohan and David Carney of Anapol Schwartz just obtained a $4.5 million vaccine injury settlement with an expected lifetime payout of $11.6 million on behalf of a 24-year old woman who developed Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) after receiving a flu shot. more »


Time Is Running out for Metal on Metal Hip Lawsuits

While the manufacturers of metal-on-metal (MOM) hips continue to provide post-market data to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on the safety of their devices, a number of these manufacturers have already settled metal hip implant lawsuits filed by on behalf of injured patients. more »


Anapol Schwartz To Host “Show Me The Case” CLE

The attorneys of Anapol Schwartz, in conjunction with The Legal Intelligencer, will be hosting a free 3 credit hour CLE class on Tuesday June 10th at The Standard Club Doylestown.
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