Carol DiBari


Carol S. DiBari graduated from the University of Delaware and St. John's University School of Law, where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the New York International Law Review. She then worked in personal injury law and insurance defense for seven years in New York City before leaving private practice to raise a family. She currently resides in Pennsylvania.

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Recent Articles
Is My Neighbor Liable If I Slipped on Wet Leaves in His Entryway?
Homeowners have a legal duty to keep their property reasonably free of certain hazards. ... Read more

What If the Airbags Didn't Work During My Car Accident?
If your vehicle's airbags fail to work properly, you may have a claim for product liability. ... Read more

What If I'm In a Car Accident With a Delivery Truck?
A car accident with a delivery truck can introduce unique fault issues, and a big company may not always be on the legal hook for the crash. ... Read more

What is the "Duty to Mitigate Damages" in a Personal Injury Case?
A plaintiff who doesn't take reasonable steps to keep losses to a minimum after an accident (maybe even in the hopes of increasing their compensation) may actually end up reducing their settlement or judgment. ... Read more

What If I Disagree With the Police Report After My Car Accident?
A police report can carry a lot of weight in a personal injury claim after a car accident, so it's important to address any errors ASAP. ... Read more