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  • A Pennsylvania tenant’s right to recover a security deposit.

    Under Pennsylvania’s Landlord and Tenant Act of 1951, 68 P.S. ‘250.101, et. Seq., a landlord may require a security deposit to be held for tenant caused damages and possible past due rent. See 68 P.S. §250.511 and §250.512. A security deposit is not the same as rent. It is money that actually belongs to the tenant, but is held by the landlord for tenant-caused damages and sometimes past-due rent.

    Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 10 readers -
  • How Overweight Trucks Cause Accidents

    Overweight trucks are a recipe for danger, injury, and deaths on the highways of Georgia. However, if a truck is improperly loaded, we may not always be able to tell. Even a truck driver may not be aware of the hazard until the vehicle tips over on a curve or during a lane change. Every year, about 4,000 people are killed in accidents involving big trucks.

    Michael West/ Law Office of Michael West- 13 readers -
  • Pennsylvania consumers protections under the Fair Credit Extension Uniformity Act

    In previous blogs, I have discussed the protections provided consumers under the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”). The FDCPA is a powerful deterrence to unscrupulous debt collectors and unlawful debt collection practices. The FDCPA is a comprehensive and reticulated statutory scheme, involving clear definitions, precise requirements, and particularized remedies.

    Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 9 readers -
  • Facial Injuries from Bicycle Accidents

    Bicyclists are extremely vulnerable to injury if they are involved in a crash. Their bodies often have little more than thin clothing to protect them—and it usually doesn’t protect much. One common piece of safety equipment that bicyclists rely upon is a helmet. Bicyclists wear helmets to protect their heads, neck, and face should an impact occur.

    fountaininjurylaw- 20 readers -
  • Crossover Accidents – St. Louis Auto Wreck Lawyers

    There is a high risk of head-on collisions and serious injuries in the absence of proper barriers. Nowadays most of the highways have some sort of barriers to reduce the chances of crossover accidents. These barriers are very important because vehicles traveling at high speeds on the highways can easily cross over a median and hit the opposing traffic.

    St. Louis Car Accident Attorney- 14 readers -
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