Have you or a loved one been injured in the Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania area? Was the accident caused by someone else’s dangerous actions? Under Pennsylvania law you may be entitled to benefits and monetary compensation for your injuries. Contact our Wilkes-Barre personal injury lawyers today for a free consultation.
The Wilkes-Barre personal injury lawyers on our team are skilled Pennsylvania Trial Attorneys and they serve those injured throughout all of Pennsylvania including Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie, Reading, Upper Darby, Scranton, Bethlehem, Lower Merion Township, Lancaster, Bensalem Township, Abington Township, Harrisburg, Altoona, York, State College, Wilkes-Barre, Norristown, Chester, Warminster and Williamsport.
The Cost Of Hiring Our Wilkes-Barre Personal Injury Lawyers
Our Wilkes-Barre personal injury lawyers will defend your rights in court and do everything they can to obtain the maximum benefits and compensation you deserve. They’ll analyze the full dollar value of your claim and will leave no stone unturned. Any and all current and future medical costs, current and future lost wages, lessened quality of life, pain and suffering will be factored in.
Cases Our Wilkes-Barre Personal Injury Lawyers Handle
Our Wilkes-Barre personal injury lawyers and accident attorneys take all possible types of accident injury claims throughout Pennsylvania. Common types of cases are car accidents, trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents, medical malpractice, animal attacks, swimming pool accidents, child abuse, child molestation, child abuse by a Catholic priest, child sex abuse by a sports coach and child sexual abuse by a teacher or instructor and workers’ compensation accidents.
The team of Wilkes-Barre personal injury lawyers and child accident attorneys at our firm also handle wrongful death cases involving adults and children no matter who or what caused the death.
Pennsylvania SOL For Injury Claims
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has a 2 year (24 month) statute of limitations for all accident, injury and wrongful death claims. This means that if you wait longer than the 24 months to file a personal injury lawsuit you will not be able to file a lawsuit. A rule of thumb with PA accident and injury cases is to contact an attorney as soon as humanly possible so they can get the claim filing process started. In many cases the longer you wait to file your Pennsylvania personal injury lawsuit the more difficult it may become to obtain benefits and financial compensation. This can be true even if you are within the 24 month window. Leave nothing to chance. Call our Wilkes-Barre personal injury lawyers immediately.