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Humerus Fractures And Car Collisions

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Your upper arm has a long bone that is called the humerus. One of the bones that creates your shoulder, it is the connecting bone between your shoulder and elbow. It is common for bone fractures to happen due to a car accident. One of the bones that can be broken is the humerus… Read More »

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Top 3 Reasons To Choose Divorce Mediation

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There are a few reasons divorce mediation is the right choice for many couples. Of course, both parties need to be ready for good faith negotiations, meaning both individuals can work through disputes and compromise as needed. When possible, mediation can be beneficial in the following ways. More affordable Healing and can help in… Read More »

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Some Left Turns Lead To Accidents

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

There are dangers when drivers are making left hand turns. But of course, left hand turns are part of driving and can’t be avoided. Being aware of the risks can help you keep yourself and your passengers safe when navigating New Jersey and Pennsylvania roadways. When healing from an injury that was caused by… Read More »

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Are There Different Grounds For Divorce?

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

When you file for divorce, one of the things that need to be filled in the paperwork is your grounds for divorce, essentially this is the reason for ending the marriage. While there may be many factors that have led to your decision to dissolve the marriage, it is important you carefully choose a… Read More »

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Things To Consider When Moving Out Of The Marital Home

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

When a couple decides to separate, there may be a discussion of who will move out of the marital home and who will remain at the same address. This can be a complicated decision. After all, there may be emotional attachments to the home and neighborhood. There is also divorce strategy to consider, if… Read More »

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Feeling Sore After A Pennsylvania Car Accident?

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Even if you were lucky enough to only sustain minor harm in a car wreck, it is possible you will experience soreness for an extended period of time, ranging from months to years. How long you will experience pain depends on a lot of things, such as your health prior to the collision and… Read More »

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Pennsylvania Car Accidents Need To Be Reported

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

After a car accident, many thoughts may be racing through your mind. Some may be questioning if they need to call the authorities or not. In the state of Pennsylvania, you need to report your car accident within five days of the incident. But, it is often in your best interest to have the… Read More »

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Divorce And Mental Illness

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

The process of ending a marriage can have an impact on the mental health of both individuals. Divorcing can be emotional and difficult in the best of circumstances. And, of course, the situation can be more complicated if a spouse is living with a mental illness. Diagnosed illness such as depression can have a… Read More »

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Stay Safe On Roads During Storms

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During a storm, the safest driving decision may be to delay your journey. The most dangerous period of a thunderstorm is typically under an hour. If you see a storm happening outside, deciding to wait it out is advised. Similarly, if you know a storm is coming, consider putting off an errand or call… Read More »

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Cohabitation And Alimony

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Receiving alimony or spousal maintenance payments is common. It can be part of a divorce agreement when one spouse has a lot more resources than the other spouse, whether that is because of income and future earning potential or other assets. In order for maintenance payments to continue, there may be certain parameters. If… Read More »

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