The Erie lawyers of Purchase & George, P.C. are frequently called upon by Erie television news programs to offer insight on newsworthy legal issues of the day. Recently, Eric Purchase spoke to an Erie reporter on the plight of a Pennsylvania family who said they might lose their home after following the advice of a California law firm. (To see the story and segments of the interview of Erie attorney Eric Purchase, click HERE.)
June 7, 2013, ERIE, PA -- Regular readers of our Pennsylvania injury law blog know that we frequently talk about lawyer advertising. We're not opposed to advertising a Pennsylvania injury law practice, obviously. However, we are opposed to advertising that demeans our profession and taints the perception of jurors about the validity of our clients' claims. Recently, a Pennsylvania injury lawyer hit a new low.
We are pleased to announce that our own Eric Purchase has been named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer. The annual list is compiled by an independent service using a patented selection process designed to identify outstanding lawyers in particular practice areas. Mr. Purchase was named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer in the practice area "Personal Injury Plaintiff: General." Mr. Purchase is one of only three Erie lawyers named as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer in this practice area.
February 12, 2013 - As Erie injury attorneys, it's not often that our trials get attention from the media. Today, however, the Erie Times News covered a trial that Pennsylvania trial lawyers Tim George and Eric Purchase are trying in Judge Garhart's courtroom this week. Click HERE to see the Erie Times News story.
We Erie injury attorneys at Purchase & George are proud of our receptionist, Lisa Gindy. She's smart, capable and above all, friendly. It's no accident. We place a lot of value on the person who is the voice and face of our firm and it's important to us that clients and callers hear someone who cares about them, who listens to their problem and who helps them solve their problem. This morning I was reminded of why a customer-oriented receptionist is valuable to our Pennsylvania accident law firm.
October 12, 2012, Meadville, PA -- As Crawford County accident lawyers who often help people with permanent or long-standing back pain injuries, we've been closely following recent reports of fungal meningitis linked to tainted steroid injections. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, some steroid injections prepared by a Massachusetts speciality pharmacy for the relief of back and neck pain are tainted by fungus and have resulted in 149 spinal meningitis infections in ten different states, including Pennsylvania.
October 11, 2012, ERIE, PA -- As Erie injury attorneys who frequently represent chronic back pain sufferers, we've been closely following the news of fungal meningitis that has been spread by tainted steroid injections. Fortunately for our Erie area clients, there is good news in the latest details.
October 6, 2012, ERIE, PA -- Tim and I are Pennsylvania injury lawyers, as any regular reader of this Erie law blog knows. But we also represent local business owners in business disputes. One, a local used car dealer with a small business but a sterling reputation, wrote to thank us at the conclusion of his case. He asked, "If you're ever in need of a car, keep us in mind."
October 5, 2010, ERIE, PA -- As Pennsylvania back injury attorneys, we know that steroid injections are a common treatment for chronic neck and back pain victims. Though difficult and painful, the treatment is oftentimes preferred over the more invasive surgical options available for victims of long term spine pain. News released today, however, has back pain patients worrying they may have been exposed to a fungal infection that causes spinal meningitis.
August 14, 2012, ERIE, PA -- Our Pennsylvania injury law blog has been used before to talk about important charitable events in northwest Pennsylvania. Today, we write to put the word out about a one day only opportunity to maximize the power of your contribution to your favorite Erie charity.