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When a car accident happens, turn to us

The period following a car accident can be stressful for Pennsylvania residents, especially if the accident was serious. Not only do people have to deal with the insurance headaches and property damage, they may also be recovering from serious injuries. People may have strong emotions and unexpected expenses to deal with on top of everything else.

At some point following a car accident, people may learn that police have finished their investigation of the incident. Through the accident investigation, people may learn that the negligence of another driver caused the accident. Things like drunk driving, distracted driving, speeding or inattentiveness can all point to negligence. After learning this, people can feel even more hurt or angry, but may not know where to turn.

Our law firm has been helping Pennsylvania residents following car crashes since 1996. We may be able to help answer your questions and relieve your stress. While people may not know how to make sense of an accident report, we do. We know how to spot negligence and what that means for your legal rights. In some cases, it may even be necessary to investigate an accident further. We have the resources available to do that. By working with experts, we strive to help you fully understand how the car accident occurred and what your legal options are.

The amount of compensation that people are entitled to following a car accident depends on the specific facts in each case. Our attorneys can carefully look at the facts in your situation to see what remedies may be available to you. With this information, we may be able to help people negotiate fair settlements with insurance companies. If negotiation is not possible, then we may be able to protect your interests in court.

Our car accident webpage has more information about how we can help those injured in an accident. With the right help, people can seek the compensation they need and deserve.

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