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When to Give a Statement after an Auto Accident in Pennsylvania

Do not give statements, sign papers, or accept insurance company estimates without first seeking legal advice. These are some of the most common mistakes made by car accident victims, according to 7 Fatal Mistakes Victims of Accidents Make in PA and How to Avoid Making Them. more »


Ethicon’s Failure to Warn on Morcellation Cancer Risks

Women who were diagnosed with cancer after a hysterectomy are angry they were not informed about the risks associated with morcellation hysterectomies. Many have filed morecellation lawsuits to seek justice as a result. more »


Most Dangerous Road in America is in Pennsylvania

The most dangerous intersection in America is here in Pennsylvania, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). more »


Anapol Schwartz Attorney Joel Feldman’s Teen Distracted Driving Prevention Campaign Featured in GHSA Report

The Governor’s Highway Safety Association (GHSA) just released “Distracted & Dangerous – Helping States Keep Teens Focused on the Road.” This report highlights teen distracted driving research and the seriousness of the teen distracted driving problem, and it also summarizes applicable legislative and enforcement efforts. more »


Risperdal Lawsuits Allege J&J Failed to Warn about Risks of Gynecomastia

More than 600 Risperdal lawsuits are pending in Pennsylvania, according to court documents. Hundreds of men and boys are blaming Johnson and Johnson (J&J) for failing to warn of the risk of gynecomastia associated with Risperdal. more »


Compensation for Victims Who Suffered Transverse Myelitis after a Vaccine

Vaccine injury victims who suffer transverse myelitis after a vaccine can be left with debilitating injuries that may never go away. This serious vaccine reaction is no one’s fault, but it can leave victims and their family with serious emotional, physical and financial stress. more »


The Spread of Cancer after Fibroid Removal

There is no effective test to distinguish between benign fibroids and uterine leiomyosarcoma (ULMS) before a mass is surgically removed. But depending on the type of surgery performed, a woman undergoing a hysterectomy or a uterine fibroid removal procedure called a myomectomy can be put at risk of having undetected malignant cancer cells spread much further into her body during surgery. When this happens, her likelihood of long-term survival is significantly worsened. more »


Three Anapol Schwartz Attorneys Named in Best Lawyers 2015 Edition

The 2015 edition of Philadelphia’s Best Lawyers has recognized Jim Ronca, Sol Weiss, and Lawrence Cohan for their hard work and dedication to seeking justice for their clients. more »


The Ripple Effect of a Medical Misdiagnosis

About 155 per 1,000 hospitalized patients experience a medical misdiagnosis, according to HealthGrades.  A medical misdiagnosis or delay in making the correct diagnosis can have a traumatic ripple effect.  An undiagnosed medical condition may worsen and lead to subsequent medical complications and unnecessary surgeries. The victim may be forced to miss time from work and incur high medical costs and be forced to give up vacation, college or retirement plans.  The effects of a medical misdiagnosis not only be physical but emotional and financial as well.  A medical misdiagnosis can devastate an entire family. more »


Cancer after a Hysterectomy Leads to Morcellator Cancer Lawsuits

A number of women have filed morcellator cancer lawsuits after being diagnosed with cancer following a hysterectomy. more »