Have you been blindsided with bills due to a car accident?

Our PA Auto Accident Attorneys Can Help!

Pennsylvania has a “partial no-fault” system for establishing who pays for medical expenses and, in some cases, lost wages: no matter who is at fault, an insurance company must pay for your medical expenses, and medical providers must accept those payments as payment in full. The question is: Which insurance company is going to pay your bills? Contact our office so we can help make sure your bills get paid. Let us fight for your compensation while you work to minimize the trauma of the accident.

Federal regulations rule the trucking industry, establishing standards to which all parties — drivers, companies, and owners — must adhere. Any company that owns a trucking permit is responsible for all accidents involving a truck that bears its name on the vehicle, regardless of the employment status of the driver and whether the truck itself is owned or leased.

However, with the help of an experienced lawyer, one or multiple parties within the trucking industry may be found liable; including the truck driver, truck owner, company that leased the truck, equipment manufacturer, or cargo shipper. Call our experienced trucking lawyers today.

Bus accidents are often complex to litigate. Numerous factors — poor weather conditions, defective bus equipment, dangerous roadways, maintenance errors, and negligent driving — can contribute to accidents. Victims include bus passengers and occupants of other vehicles. To complicate bus accident litigation even further, multiple parties may be somewhat or wholly at fault. The bus driver, bus management company, bus equipment manufacturer, other negligent drivers, and even government entities — if dealing with a public bus or roadway issues — can be liable for damages. Let us help you navigate these complexities while you focus on recovering from your injuries.

Of course, medical bills and lost wages do not compensate you for all of your losses. Pennsylvania law also permits you to claim and recover for the following:

  • Past and future medical expenses
  • Past and future lost wages, benefits, and lost earning capacity
  • Past and future physical pain and suffering
  • Past and future mental anguish, inconvenience, and distress
  • Past and future disfigurement and scarring
  • Past and future embarrassment and humiliation
  • Past and future loss of the ability to enjoy life’s pleasures
  • Past and future loss of consortium
  • Property damage
  • Incidental losses