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To put it mildly, the public is not fond of personal injury lawyers. You’ve heard the jokes. Admittedly, some of them are funny. And there’s no doubt, some personal injury lawyers do not reflect well on the profession. Those are the guys hanging around emergency rooms trolling for clients or handing out business cards at […]
One of the questions we hear at Mooney Law is “how long will it take to get my car accident injury case settled?” It’s a very good question to ask but most often my answer is probably the most typical answer coming from an attorney regardless of the question – “it depends.” I know this […]
In an auto accident, medical treatment is critical, and gaps in treatment should be avoided. Following a car crash, it is vital that you do three initial things immediately: document your injuries; get consistent medical treatment; seek a free legal consult right way from Mooney & Associates. I recently was approached by someone to assist […]
Mooney Attorney Jason Imler recalls a memorable case that sheds light on some pitfalls within the auto insurance claim process. Read on to learn more about how insurance companies may not always be looking out for your best interest, and what to watch out for during a claims process.
As part of The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Teen Driver Safety Week, learn the most common causes of accidents for teen drivers and strategies you can use to help keep young drivers safe on the road.
Mooney & Associates is pleased to announce of the opening of our 14th law office in Greencastle, PA. The location will offer legal serivices for personal injury, criminal defense, family law, business law, and more.
Texting or talking on the phone while driving are two of the leading causes for car accidents in the United States. Read more about why it’s important to put the phone down and focus on the road when you’re driving.
General Motors is recalling all 2011 and 2012 models of Chevy Cruze for risk of engine fires. The recall applies to over 400,000 vehicles. Learn more about the reason for the recall and the potential dangers of these vehicles.