How Can I Sue Someone For a Serious Injury?

How Can I Sue Someone For a Serious Injury?

When people are wrongly injured, they are oftentimes unsure of what to do next. Suing seems complicated and overwhelming, which is why many individuals simply won’t even bother. The truth is, with the help of an experienced Pennsylvania personal injury attorney, the process does not have to be. Please read on to learn more about personal injury lawsuits and how we can help you.

What types of cases can a personal injury attorney handle?

Many firms are limited in their scope of practice, meaning while some firms can help clients suffering from car accidents, they cannot help those injured in, say, construction accidents. Fortunately, our firm has years of experience helping clients win compensation in a broad range of accidents, from auto accidents to premises liability claims, to even incidents of wrongful death. No matter your situation, our firm is here to help you fight for the compensation you need to get back on your feet again.

What are some injuries that have recovered financial compensation in the past?

Fortunately, when most accidents happen, they do not leave the individual severely injured. However, there are many cases where this isn’t true, and people require substantial compensation to recuperate. Some of the injuries our firm can handle include traumatic brain injuries, neurological injuries, severe burns causing permanent scarring, spinal injuries, and more.

How can an attorney help me win a personal injury claim?

Many people think they can win a personal injury claim without the assistance of an experienced attorney. Unfortunately, this is not the case, as oftentimes, greedy insurance companies and negligent individuals will do whatever they can to avoid paying you the money you deserve. That is where our firm steps in. We will work to obtain various types of evidence, such as pictures of the accident, police reports, supporting medical documents, and more to prove your personal injury claim. In many cases, individuals will be denied access to valuable surveillance footage of their accident–when this happens, we will subpoena that footage on your behalf.

Bear in mind, however, that wrongly injured people in Pennsylvania generally only have two years from the date of their accident to pursue legal action against another party. If you wait any longer than two years, you will most likely be barred from suing. Do not let this happen. Simply reach out to our firm today so we can get you started on your way to recovery.

Contact our experienced Pennsylvania firm

There is nothing worse than sustaining injuries at the hands of a negligent party. Now, you must recover physically, and you must also find a way to pay for your recovery. This is why if you or someone you know has sustained injuries due to another party’s negligence, you must contact the Law Offices of Ilkhanoff & Silverstein today. An attorney who is willing to fight for your right to a smooth recovery can make all the difference.

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