If someone else’s bad behavior caused your injuries, Pennsylvania law could offer you the opportunity to get justice and compensation. A Lawrence County, PA personal injury lawyer from our team may be able to help you develop a case and hold the negligent party or parties legally responsible for the damages you suffered, including medical treatment expenses, income losses, and pain and suffering.
As part of our dedication to Lawrence County accident victims, Berger and Green provides free consultations. We will discuss your case facts and assess your next steps based on the applicable laws and what happened. Contact us today to get started.
How Berger and Green Helps Lawrence County, PA Personal Injury Victims
At Berger and Green, our personal injury attorneys have secured victims of negligence significant settlements and verdicts. Our team includes attorneys Laurence B. Green, Mark E. Milsop, C. William Kenny, and Marissa K. Kohl. Together, our team has handled—and won—thousands of personal injury cases.
We fight for our clients, pursuing fair compensation and justice in every case. We take on many types of negligence accident claims. We can evaluate if negligence caused your Lawrence County injuries and whether you have a viable case against someone else. This could include injuries suffered in:
- Car accidents
- Falls and other premises liability cases
- Workplace accidents
- Construction injuries
- Dog bites
- Pool injuries and drowning incidents
- Plane crashes
- Boating accidents
- Product liability injuries
- Medical malpractice
- Other general negligence cases
In addition to free case evaluations, our attorneys work on these cases with no upfront fees. We charge attorney fees only when we win for our clients.
For a free legal consultation with a personal injury lawyer serving Lawrence County, call 412-661-1400
Building a Lawrence County, PA Personal Injury Case
We need evidence of fault and liability to hold the at-fault party legally responsible for injuries and damages in a Lawrence County personal injury case. We must present a strong case to show their insurance carrier or judge and jury why our client deserves a fair payout. The evidence in these cases depends greatly on the situation, what happened, and the injuries that occurred.
Most personal injury claims center on negligence. One party acted negligently and caused others to suffer injuries. There are four elements necessary to show negligence occurred. These are:
- Duty of care
- Breach of duty
For example, in a crash, traffic laws create duties of care for drivers. A violation of a traffic law is a breach of a driver’s duty. When a driver violates a traffic law, it frequently causes a crash. Victims suffer harm as a result.
Our Lawrence County, PA personal injury attorneys investigate our clients’ cases, identifying the liable party or parties and building a solid argument to show they acted negligently. Using documentation of their damages, we demand fair compensation based on the evidence. This could lead to settlement negotiations and an appropriate payout from the insurance company.
Sometimes, our attorneys need to sue the at-fault party. When this occurs, it moves the case one step closer to trial. However, many cases still settle outside of court after a lawsuit is filed. Our team will offer advice, guidance, and advocacy while we represent your best interests throughout this process.
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Damages Recoverable in a Lawrence County Personal Injury Claim or Lawsuit
The damages recoverable in a personal injury case depend on the circumstances of the case and the expenses and losses experienced. We identify our client’s recoverable damages and pursue commensurate compensation for them. We can often negotiate a fair settlement or secure a verdict for our clients in these cases.
Some common recoverable damages in personal injury cases include:
- Medical treatment and support, current and future
- Ongoing care expenses for catastrophic injuries
- Lost income for time missed working
- Diminished earning capacity
- Property damages
- Related expenses and losses
- Pain and suffering damages
We can identify the expenses and losses you experienced because of your accident and injuries. This gives our clients a significant advantage over those who try to manage their claims independently. We know the most common damages and how to document them, including calling on experts and estimating the value of your pain and suffering and other noneconomic damages.
We also represent clients who lost loved ones in a personal injury accident. If you lost an immediate family member in Lawrence County, you could qualify to recover compensation for the expenses and losses your family suffered as a result. Our team evaluates these cases and can help you understand your options.
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Suing the Liable Party in a Lawrence County, PA Personal Injury Case
Sometimes, our Lawrence County, PA personal injury attorneys need to file a lawsuit to protect our client’s rights and pursue fair compensation for them. This could occur for several reasons, including approaching time limits, the insurance company refusing to pay an appropriate settlement, or our attorneys recognizing another reason why this might be the best option in your case.
Under Pa. C.S.A. § 5524, victims usually have two years from the date the injuries occurred to initiate a lawsuit in a Lawrence County court. However, the sooner we can get started working on your case, the better.
Our attorneys represent our clients throughout the litigation process. We present strong evidence, fight for their best interests, and navigate the necessary steps on their behalf. We often continue settlement negotiations, as well. These cases commonly settle outside of court even after we sue the liable party.
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Discuss Your Options with Our Lawrence County, PA Personal Injury Team
Berger and Green offers free consultations for victims of personal injuries and their families. We will analyze your case and explain your options today. We know how these cases work and how to navigate the process to secure compensation for our clients. You can count on us to pursue fair damages and fight for your best interests. We can answer your questions and explain our services today.
Contact us online or over the phone to learn more about your legal options and how we can help.
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