Bob Brown was a valued colleague and a heck of a nice guy. We’ll miss him.
We’re pleased to announce that five attorneys from Welch, Gold, Siegel & Fiffik P.C. have been selected to the 2019 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list: Michael E. Fiffik Business/Corporate, Real Estate, Business Litigation Selected to Super Lawyers 2011, 2013 – 2019 Rising Stars 2005 – 2006 David P. Siegel Personal Injury – General, Estate Planning & Probate, Real Estate
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May 26, 2016 The owner and operator of a Pittsburgh area warehouse storage systems company sustained significant injuries to his biceps and rotator cuff. The surgical procedure to repair his shoulder injury failed and he was unable to return to work and operate his company. The employer subjected him to two different independent medical examinations
March 9, 2016 A Philadelphia area lab-technician suffered a low back injury after lifting heavy bags at work. The employer subjected to injured worker to independent examinations and was threatening to take action to reduce her wage loss benefits. She contacted Attorney Michael E. Fiffik and her case was resolved with a settlement of $155,000.
Almost everyone is familiar with some form of insurance coverage: insurance for your car, your life, medical/dental insurance or fire insurance on your home. But what exactly is “title” insurance? The short explanation is that title insurance can be called upon to “fix” problems in the quality of a property’s title (that is your claim
Have you ever wondered why you need a title search before buying a home or why you buy title insurance? Your home may be new to you, but every property has a history. Title problems can turn a home that you bought for $250,000 into one that’s worth $1. A thorough title search can help
The Federal Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) allows homebuyers to choose their own title company, yet the title and closing process is bewildering to the average consumer. Even though homebuyers spend 2 to 7 percent of the cost of their home on closing costs, most are not clear about what closing costs include, who
An operating agreement is the blueprint for how your business operates. In a business with two or more members, it’s easy to understand why an operating agreement is necessary. Common issues include what happens when disputes arise between members, how membership interests can be transferred and who runs the business. None of these are issues
Pennsylvania employees have the right to review files held by their employers that contain information about themselves pursuant to Pennsylvania’s Personnel Files Act. The Act has generally been applied to current employees. The ability of a terminated employee to review their personnel file remained unclear until the Commonwealth Court recently provided some additional guidance. In