Marciano & MacAvoy Law Blog
Fisher-Price Warns Parents to Stop Using the Rock ‘n Play Sleeper After 10 Babies Die
Both the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Fisher-Price issued warnings to consumers about the Rock ‘n Play Sleeper “due to reports of death when infants roll over in the product.” The warning specifically asks parents to cease using the product by the time their babies reach three months, the
Can You Sue a Bar After an Alcohol-Related Accident?
There are few events in life that are as disruptive and potentially deadly as an automobile accident. It is bad enough that collisions occur under legal circumstances. But, when accidents occur due to the negligence of an intoxicated driver, the results can be even more devastating. Georgia lawmakers understand this
Dram Shop Laws in Pennsylvania
Maybe you have visited a bar and seen that they had a sign that stated, “We reserve the right to refuse to serve those who are visibly intoxicated.” The sign exists for more than the purpose of keeping the restaurant or bar from getting overly rowdy. In fact, it holds
Medical Malpractice – Failure to Obtain Informed Consent
Our client—a fifty-four-year-old husband and father—was referred to an ophthalmologist after his treating eye doctor noticed that a long-time spot on his eye may have grown in size. This specialist doctor advised our client that there was a 30% chance that the spot in his eye would transform into melanoma.
Liquor Liability – Drunk Driving and Illegal Service of Alcohol to Visibly Intoxicated Patron
A 26-year-old single father of a toddler son was seriously injured in a car crash in Delaware County, Pennsylvania caused by a drunk driver and Lou Turk’s, the popular gentlemen’s club that over-served her alcohol. Our client was a railroad worker working full-time. He was on the job at the
Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C. Settles Two Liquor Liability Cases
Our lawyers at Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C. recently settled two liquor liability cases on behalf of our clients. In this blog, we tell you about the details of both of these cases. Case #1 In this case, Sweeney’s Saloon in Northeast Philadelphia over-served alcohol to a drunk driver, which resulted in an