If someone else’s negligence caused your Allegheny County injuries, you have a right to hold them legally responsible and recover compensation. A Munhall personal injury lawyer from our team may be able to handle this process and secure the money you need for your medical bills, lost income, and pain and suffering. Our team handles cases like yours every day.
Our Munhall personal injury attorneys know what it takes to develop these cases—and win. To learn more, contact us today. You can speak with a Berger and Green team member today for your free consultation. We will answer your questions and explain our strategies to help clients get justice and compensation.
How Berger and Green Represents Munhall Personal Injury Victims
At Berger and Green, our personal injury team—attorneys Laurence B. Green, Mark E. Milsop, C. William Kenny, and Marissa K. Kohl—have handled thousands of personal injury cases and regularly secure significant settlements and court awards for our clients. Green has more than 40 years of experience representing negligence accident victims in Pennsylvania.
We fight for our clients’ rights, seeking a payout that compensates them fairly based on the unique facts of their case. We seek justice for them by holding the at-fault parties legally accountable and recovering money damages through an insurance claim or lawsuit. The cases we handle include:
- Car accidents
- Truck crashes
- Pedestrian and cyclist collisions
- Motorcycle accidents
- Boating accidents
- Workplace injury accidents
- Construction site injuries
- Dog bites
- Pool accidents and injuries
- Other premises liability cases
- Other general negligence injuries
In addition to providing free case evaluations, our team represents clients with no upfront fees. Our clients do not pay anything until we negotiate a settlement or win a court award. You will only pay attorney fees from the compensation we recover on your behalf. If we do not win, you do not pay.
For a free legal consultation with a personal injury lawyer serving Munhall, call 412-661-1400
Proving Liability in a Munhall Personal Injury Case
Most personal injury cases require our attorneys to show negligence occurred, and this is the cause of our client’s injuries. We need to identify the negligent party and gather evidence to document how their careless or reckless actions led to the incident. There are four elements of negligence:
- Duty of care
- Breach of duty
In a car crash, the duty of care stems from traffic laws. All drivers owe a certain duty of care to others. When they violate the laws—breaching the duty—this can cause collisions. Our clients then suffer physical, psychological, and financial harm.
When we build these claims, we must investigate what happened and gather the evidence to show fault and liability. This differs depending on the circumstances but often includes:
- Official reports filed by a police officer or another first responder
- Eyewitness statements
- Video of the incident
- A scene survey
- Accident reconstruction
- Expert testimony or affidavits
- Our client’s relevant medical records
- Documentation of their damages
After we gather evidence and build strong support for a claim, we determine the anticipated value of the case. When we decide the best option is to pursue a settlement, we demand compensation from the liable party’s insurer. This often leads to settlement negotiations, and our attorney works out a fair and just agreement with the insurance carrier. This is a common way to wrap up these cases.
Sometimes, we need to sue the at-fault party. Suing allows us to ask a judge or jury to award compensation when necessary. Many cases still settle before the trial date arrives. However, we will litigate your case and represent you in court if necessary. Generally, Pa. C.S.A. § 5524 only gives us up to two years from the injury date to sue.
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We Recover Damages for Munhall Personal Injury Victims
Our Munhall personal injury attorneys want to help you recover the compensation you need to pay your bills, cover lost income, and ensure you can afford future care needs. This is how we help our clients get justice after a personal injury incident. We believe in fighting for a fair payout because victims should not have to pay for injuries and damages due to someone else’s negligence.
We identify your recoverable expenses and losses, using paperwork, receipts, and other documents to track them. We sometimes call in experts to help value your future care needs and costs. Lastly, we assign a fair value to your pain and suffering damages.
Some damages common for our clients in these cases include:
- Medical bills and related expenses
- Future and ongoing care and support
- Income losses for time away from work
- Diminished earning capacity caused by lasting injuries
- Property damages
- Related expenses and losses
- Pain and suffering damages
Wrongful Death Actions in Pennsylvania
If your loved one died from their injuries, your family could have options for seeking compensation.
Pennsylvania law generally requires these claims be filed by a personal representative of the decedent’s estate. This is often the party whom the court/law identifies to handle probate, such as the executor named in the will. While the personal representative files the case, it is filed on the behalf of the spouse, children, or parent of the decedent.
Our attorneys represent families in these cases. We can evaluate your options and explain how these cases work during a free consultation. Contact us to learn more.
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Learn More About Your Options for a Munhall Personal Injury Case
Berger and Green offers free consultations for those hurt by someone else’s negligence. If you have questions about your injury accident, legal rights, or next steps, we are here to help. We will discuss our services and strategies, your options, and how we could approach your case. Let our team assess your options and answer your questions now.
Contact our team for your free case evaluation. We have someone available to speak with you about your next steps today.
Call or text 412-661-1400 or complete a Free Case Evaluation form