Author Archives: Regis McClelland
Can You Sue Uber if You Were Injured in a Pittsburgh Accident?
With more than 40 million rides per month in the United States, Uber has quickly become one of the country’s most important transportation companies. With all of those rides, it is impossible to maintain a perfect accident record. When a collision occurs in the Pittsburgh area involving an Uber car or another ride-sharing service, victims… Read More »
Can You Sue a Pittsburgh Store Where You Suffered a Slip and Fall?
Like other public places, shopping malls and stores are required to take reasonable care to protect their customers from dangerous conditions on their property. Whether you’re in a large Pittsburgh-area shopping center such Station Square, or a small mom-and-pop store in the Strip District, a slip and fall injury can lead to broken bones, back… Read More »
Can You Sue a Drunk Driver for an Accident in Pittsburgh?
If you have been injured by a driver who is legally intoxicated under Pennsylvania law, you can pursue a personal injury claim to recover monetary damages. In addition to potential criminal charges, a drunk driver is also subject to civil liability under the doctrine of negligence per se. This means that when parties engage in… Read More »
Is the City of Pittsburgh Responsible for Your Injuries at Point State Park?
Positioned at the confluence of the Monongahela and Allegheny rivers, Point State Park is a National Historic Landmark operated by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Whether you’re hiking, boating, or enjoying the Fort Pitt Museum, the park is a unique destination in the middle of downtown Pittsburgh. If your visit to the… Read More »
What Happens if You Are Injured at the David Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh?
From the Home and Garden Show to cheerleading competitions, Pittsburgh’s David L. Lawrence Convention Center (DLCC) serves as an attractive location for local events. However, with so much activity, it is inevitable that accidents will occur at the facility. These incidents can be limited to one individual or involve major damage, such as the beam… Read More »