Apart from the United States losing the 2018 Ryder Cup in France, a real tragedy occurred when a spectator was stuck by an errant Brooks Koepka tee shot which hit her in the eye resulting in her eyeball “exploding” and total vision loss in that eye.  In media interviews, the injured woman, Corine Remande, has…

Pennsylvania Personal Injury Lawyer Tim Rayne discusses his confusion over why Jurors in Personal Injury Cases can award Economic Damages for Medical Bills and Lost Income, but often have objections to awarding compensation for Non-Economic Damages like Pain and Suffering or Disability. Having a job and income is important, as is having medical bills paid….

If you were picked to serve on a Jury in a Personal Injury Case, like a car accident, slip and fall or medical malpractice case, would you have any hesitation in awarding compensation for Pain and Suffering? In this video, Personal Injury Lawyer Tim Rayne debates the issue and discusses the curious phenomenon of Jurors…

We appear to be in a weather pattern where it’s going to rain every day for the next two weeks. With the ground saturated and local rivers and streams at their banks already, Chester County residents will be presented with the deadly danger of Flash Floods while driving. The Brandywine River, the Red Clay Creek…

Personal Injury victims give up many privacy rights when they file lawsuits. Because they are claiming that injuries and disability were caused by the negligence of the defendant, the defense lawyer has many tools at her disposal to try to refute the claims. The insured party can be forced to answer questions under oath, turn…

On June 22, 2018, The United States Supreme Court decided the case of Carpenter v. United States, a landmark Fourth Amendment Privacy case, which held that it was impermissible for the FBI to access cell phone GPS data for criminal investigation and prosecution without first having probable cause and obtaining a search warrant. Cell phones…

What If Everything You Knew about the McDonald’s Hot Coffee Case Was Wrong? Do you remember the McDonald’s Hot Coffee case?  A woman spilled coffee on herself and a Jury gave her One Million Dollars.  How ridiculous is that?!? The McDonald’s Hot Coffee case became the poster child for stupid and frivolous lawsuits. In the…

Recently, Tim Rayne gave a talk for the Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce titled A Lawyer’s Guide to Purchasing Car Insurance.  Check out this video: Tim Rayne is a Car Accident and Personal Injury Lawyer with the Pennsylvania law firm MacElree Harvey.  For over 20 years, Tim has been helping injured accident victims receive fair…

Pennsylvania Car Accident Lawyer Tim Rayne explains What to do After a Pennsylvania Car Accident: To protect your legal rights consider the following things to do after a Pennsylvania Car Accident: Call the Police Identify Witnesses Take Photographs Obtain Prompt Medical Treatment Notify Your Car Insurance Company Don’t Talk to the Insurance Company for the…

On January 31, 2018, the Pennsylvania Superior Court decided the case of Collins v. Philadelphia Suburban Development Corporation, finding that David Collins had no legal claims for serious injuries he sustained in a Slip and Fall Accident that occurred during a blizzard.  Reaffirming the Hills and Ridges Rule, the Superior Court decided that it was unreasonable to expect…

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