If you are preparing to purchase your first home in Pennsylvania, there are probably moments where you feel excitement and anticipation for the future. There are probably also moments where you feel unsure of where to begin and nervous about the prospect of owning and caring for your own property. Fortunately, there are proactive steps that you can take as you prepare to embark on the exciting journey of becoming a homeowner.
Personal injury cases usually involve one person who was injured by another person's actions. Sometimes, though, the blame does not fall on just one person. In some cases, the injured person may hold some responsibility for his or her injury. The Pennsylvania General Assembly explains that under the law when the injured person holds some of the responsibility for his or her injury, it is comparative negligence.
One young person is dead and four others are injured following a mysterious incident that took place early Sunday morning in Philadelphia on Interstate 95. Because there are still so many unanswered questions surrounding the crash, state authorities have asked the public for any information regarding the identity of a driver who left the scene.
When you buy a home in Pennsylvania, you will discover that the process involves paying several mysterious fees. One such fee you will have to pay is for title insurance. If you are like most new home buyers, you have no idea what title insurance is or why lenders require it. Hopefully this article sheds some light on the subject.