Slip-and-Fall Accident Lawyers in Philadelphia
Slip-and-fall accidents can occur anywhere: at pools, on construction sites, in drug stores, and even on sidewalks. Some slip-and-fall accidents may result in little more than a bruise, but others can result in catastrophic personal injury.
Consequences of Slip-and-Fall Accidents
Some common injuries sustained in slip-and-fall accidents include:
Slip-and-fall accidents may result in long-term medical expenses, a loss of ability to work, emotional distress, and physical pain and suffering. Some tragic instances of slip-and-fall may even result in wrongful death.
Slip-and-fall accidents are a part of premises liability law. In many of these cases, insurance companies will get to work as soon as you are injured to minimize your settlement. It is in the financial interests of insurance companies to either disprove you claim, or to get you to accept an inadequate settlement. Once you have accepted an insurance settlement, you waive your right to seek damages under a personal injury lawsuit.
If you sustain an injury from a slip-and-fall in Pennsylvania or New Jersey, you should contact our premises liability attorneys in Allentown before you discuss anything with an insurance company. Our personal injury lawyers in Pennsylvania know the tactics insurance companies use to coerce victims into taking small settlements that will not fully cover their medical expenses. Our slip-and-fall accident claim attorneys can negotiate with insurance companies while you take the necessary time to heal.
We take every case under the assumption that it will require tough litigation in a trail setting. Our premises liability attorneys in New Jersey and Pennsylvania have years of experience handling these cases, and are fully prepared to take every step necessary to secure your compensation.
Contact Wapner, Newman, Wigrizer, Brecher & Miller today to discuss your case with a premises liability attorney in Allentown. If transportation is an issue, we will come to you. Our firm serves slip-and-fall accident victims throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey, with offices in Philadelphia, West Conshohocken, Allentown, and Marlton.