Self- driving cars seem like a futuristic advancement to make cars safer, drivers more attentive and to prevent accidents from happening. Recently there have been many debates over whether or not the self- driving cars increase or decrease safety. Tesla Motor’s Model S is thought to be the safest car on the road and most […]
The attorneys of Kolsby Gordon have been featured in many publications in Philadelphia and throughout the region.
In these instances, our attorneys are lauded for the exemplary verdicts and settlements they so often achieve. But as deeply-involved members of the community, we also take great pride when an attorney is celebrated because of the work he or she has done outside of the office. In this vein, we have provided updates when one of our colleagues has taken on a new leadership position, volunteered with a charitable organization, or joined our team.
We hope you choose to keep up-to-date with Kolsby Gordon as our firm continues to grow.
Kolsby Gordon partner Mitchell J. Shore is an active member of the Delaware Law School Alumni Association. Mitchell was honored to host this summer’s Alumni Association meeting where its members were addressed by Delaware Law School Dean Rod Smolla.
Jet Skis, which have become a popular recreational activity during summer months, are becoming a huge concern for adrenaline-seeking watercraft enthusiast due to many tragic accidents. There has been a lack of education when it comes to proper use of personal watercrafts. Reckless driving, driver inattention, and excessive speeding are the main causes of watercraft […]
Since the beginning of 2016 there have been 8 recalls of potentially dangerous IKEA products in just 6 months. Customers are frustrated that it has taken IKEA many years to respond to reports of injuries and deaths by taking hazardous products off the market. IKEA Recalls in 2016: MALM and Other Models of […]
According to a new study led by pediatrician Dr. Mersine Bryan of Seattle Children’s Hospital, almost 2 million concussions from sports or recreational activities occur in children and teens each year in the United States with many receiving no treatment. The study was recently published in the Journal of Pediatrics. The data suggests that between […]