You have a court appearance coming up, and you have a question but aren't sure who to ask... What to Wear to Court? Know the Rules First, you should know that many courtrooms have rules about what NOT to wear. Most courtrooms have a prohibition on shorts. And keep in mind that you must always have … Read more about What to Wear to Court?
Dear Winter Person: You have been waiting all year for this moment right? Through the humidity of July and heatwaves of August. Through the crunchy leaf season of Autumn. Winter is finally here! Get out your skis and dust off your snowboard. But, don't forget to brush up on your ski and snowboard … Read more about Ski and Snowboard Safety
One factor may be to blame, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, in the 80% increase in pedestrian deaths since 2009. The rising popularity of SUVs and large trucks might be the cause according to IIHS research. Vehicles with large grilles (over 40 inches off the ground) have … Read more about 80% Increase in Pedestrian Deaths since 2009 – Why?
This past week, the world was riveted by the Titanic Sub rescue efforts which ultimately ended with the tragic loss of five people in the Atlantic. A submissible craft called the Titan attempted to reach the wreck of the Titanic. The Titanic was an oceanliner which famously sank on its maiden … Read more about Titanic Sub and industry standards
Graham & Mauer is pleased to congratulate two of our attorneys who were named to the Super Lawyers Rising Star list for 2023. Whitney S. Graham, Esq. is a partner with G&M and has been with the firm since 2011. This is Whitney's third year in a row being recognized … Read more about Two G&M Attorneys Named Rising Stars
Daylight Savings Time started this past weekend. Some people love the "extra" daylight. Some people dread the transition and long for a few more minutes in bed. But did you know that the time change may cause additional dangers on your Monday morning commute? One study has shown that motor vehicle … Read more about Daylight Savings Time
Congratulations to our law firm attorney Whitney S. Graham on her recent publication. Whitney co-authored a chapter entitled "Evaluation of the Incarcerated Transplant Candidate," along with co-authors Dr. Jeffrey Mufson and Dr. Paula C. Zimbrean, in the textbook Transplant Psychiatry, a Case-Based … Read more about Attorney Whitney S. Graham – publications
Dense fog in Lancaster, Pennsylvania over the past few days has created some difficult driving conditions. The weather, with the changes in temperature, has lead to a lot of fog on the roads. This occurs especially during mornings and evenings - times of high traffic. It is important to be extra … Read more about Dense Fog in Lancaster
Do I have to go to trial? It's a question our personal injury attorneys often hear in the first meeting with a client. Given that we are "trial attorneys," the answer might surprise you. Not All Cases End in a Trial Despite our trial and litigation experience, most cases that come to our office … Read more about Do I have to go to trial?
Should you replace your car seat after a crash? Yes. The answer to this question - Should you replace your car seat after a crash - is almost always, yes. To know for sure, you can check in the instruction manual for your seat. If you no longer have the manual, look online to see if the … Read more about Car Seat after a Crash?
Legal jargon is famous for being a bit dense, a bit hard to understand, and honestly sometimes it's in Latin. Lawyers use it every day as short hand with each other, with the court, with other lawyers. It is not something that we typically use when speaking with clients. However, understanding the … Read more about Legal Jargon: #Discovery Edition
What is my case worth? What is my case worth? This is one of the most frequently asked question by clients. The value of YOUR case depends upon several factors: The individual facts of your case. The type of injury you suffered. The insurance available for compensation. The liability … Read more about What is My Case Worth?