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When cars collide, the drivers and passengers inside the vehicles are in danger of sustaining a number of injuries. Many factors can impact the severity and breadth of injuries—including the speed of the collision, model of car, seat belt use, and type of collision.
Some of the most common auto accident injuries are whiplash and pulled muscles. Other frequent injuries include broken bones, lacerations, and spinal fractures. Individuals who feel faint or dizzy after a collision should consult a doctor to rule out traumatic brain injury. This condition can involve everything from concussions to permanent nerve damage in the brain, and a medical professional can help check for internal bleeding and other indicators of traumatic brain injury.
If you suffered injuries in an auto accident that was not your fault, consider retaining a personal injury attorney to file a claim against the other driver. The lawyers at Fox & Fox have been helping Pennsylvania drivers receive fair compensation for nearly a century. We know the state law inside and out, so call (888) 480-1439 to schedule a free case evaluation and learn how much you can recover.
When going through a divorce or separation, parents must decide on the logistics of custody of their children. They may share custody or allow one parent to have the children full time. In most states, child custody consists of two parts: physical and legal custody. This is a look at each of these legal topics as they relate to parents in Pennsylvania.
The way a child splits his or her time between parents is known as physical custody. In Pennsylvania family courts, this type of arrangement can fall into one of four categories: primary, shared, partial, or visitation. Primary custody involves living with the child more than half of the time, while partial custody stands for any amount that is less than that. Shared custody occurs when parents split time with their children 50/50, generally sharing in all responsibilities. Meanwhile, visitation allows a parent to see a child for very short periods of time that are generally supervised by a court-appointed professional. In deciding child support, a Pennsylvania judge will consider the best interests of the child above almost every other factor.
This concept refers to the arrangement of making big decisions in a child’s life. In most Pennsylvania cases, parents share legal custody even when they do not share physical custody. Judges enforce this arrangement so that both parents are kept aware of choices such as schooling, medical care, and vacations. It is important to note that both legal and physical custody arrangements can be modified in the years following a divorce. Changes in family circumstances such as remarriage, moving cities, and changing jobs are all valid reasons to formally adjust your custody agreement.
Are you a Pennsylvania parent who wants to learn more about your custody options after a divorce? If so, consult the skilled Norristown legal team of Fox & Fox by calling (888) 480-1439. We have been serving the Montgomery County area for more than 90 years and know the ins and outs of Pennsylvania family law. Call us today to arrange a free case evaluation with a member of our staff.