Schemery Zicolello

Defend and assert your rights after a car accident

A car accident in Pennsylvania can come out of nowhere. A driver can do everything right, and still fall victim to an accident caused by another's negligence. Negligent drivers can be difficult to predict and difficult to avoid.

When people are involved in car accidents, they can suffer a number of serious effects. Not only do people need to deal with property damage, they can also be seriously injured. These injuries can lead to lifelong disabilities, or even death. In these more serious cases, injuries can result in hospital stays, and time away from work. In almost every situation, an injury following a car accident can result in financial losses.

Car accident victims need to think about being aggressive about protecting their rights following the crashes. They may have the right to bring a personal injury suit against a negligent driver. In the suit, people can receive compensation for the damages they have suffered as a result of the accident. This can include medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering and more.

Often, insurance companies will be aggressive about settling the case. Car accident victims should consider speaking with an attorney in order to understand what is in their best interests. While an insurance company's offer might seem like a good deal, it may not come close to covering the actual costs from the accident.

The attorneys at our law firm have helped many people comprehend what a car accident has actually cost. Our attorneys have years of experience dealing with the complexities of car accidents in Pennsylvania. Not only do we have a firm knowledge of the law, but we are aware of the practical realities that car accident victims face. We can help people understand whether not insurance companies' offers are worth considering.

We have also helped car accident victims aggressively pursue compensation in court. This condensation has helped people to avoid financial collapse following a serious car accident. For more information about our law firm and about car accidents, please see our website.

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