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A car accident in Pennsylvania can ruin much more than your day. Whether you are in Pennsylvania or Pittsburgh, Allentown or Reading, getting hit by a reckless driver can happen in seconds, but it will take much longer for your health and your finances to recover.

When you have been injured in a Pennsylvania car accident and are faced with mounting bills, you should turn to an experienced Pennsylvania car accident attorney for help. With a free case evaluation, you won’t be adding another cost on top of the medical expenses and car repairs you have been forced to pay for.

Instead, you won’t have to pay any fees unless you win the compensation you rightly deserve. In the aftermath of a crash, a qualified Pennsylvania car accident lawyer is a powerful ally as you negotiate with the other driver, the insurance companies and your employer. Many claims for compensation after a car accident are settled long before the courts have to step in. However, we won’t hesitate to fight for your rights as a victim if a hearing or trial becomes necessary. We believe that you should focus on your recovery after a Pennsylvania car accident while we handle the rest.

The damages you could be owed after a car crash that wasn’t completely your fault aren’t limited to reimbursement for your car repairs. Any medical treatment you have received as a result of the collision should also be considered. Any hours or days you have had to miss from work as a result of your injuries or lack of transportation are also fair game.

Emotional pain and suffering that prevents you from leading the life you love will be taken into account when we take on your case. We know what protections you deserve under Pennsylvania law and we know how to make the legal system work for you.

With a wide range of experience representing car accident victims in Pennsylvania, we handle cases all across Pennsylvania, including in Philadelphia County, Allegheny County, Lancaster County, Lehigh County and Erie County. Our experienced Pennsylvania car accident attorneys have helped people just like you rebuild their lives after collisions in the following cities and more:

Last Updated byS.P. Karoll




Driver from Middlesex County caused passenger’s death

Published November 10, 2014

Andrew C. Carey, Middlesex County Prosecutor and Chief John Zebrowski of the Sayreville Police Department announced last Monday, they charged a young man from Sayreville for an accident that resulted in the death of one passenger. Nicholas Gomes, age 20 and resident of Parlin borough, was filed a charge of one count of homicide by car for being responsible of the crash that caused the death of Brandon Narleski, age […]

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Sunday morning mishaps claimed two lives

Published July 22, 2014

Separate fatal crashes that occurred Sunday morning are now under investigation by police in two Lancaster County townships. The accidents wasted two lives that could have been spared if people on the road are careful and law-abiding. The fatality was identified as a 29-year-old man from Spring Grove man who died after a crash that involved one car and two motorcycles. The mishap took place at about 2:12 o’clock in […]

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Series of accidents in Bucks County

Published July 19, 2014

Imagine attending more than two dozen road accidents! Bucks County first-responders spent a busy Friday attending to a series of vehicular accidents. According to Bucks County emergency dispatch stated that it was not an isolated case as 31 other accidents were reported throughout the county starting from 5:00 o’clock that morning until 1:00 o’clock in the afternoon of Friday. Police said that there were two most critical accidents taking place […]

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Wreck in Route 611 claimed one life

Published July 18, 2014

At least one person was killed and another was injured following a crash that happened Thursday afternoon along Rte 611 in Nockamixon Twp. According to Pennsylvania State Police at Dublin report this morning, one driver was behind the wheel of a Chevrolet 2007 Malibu traveling north. At about 2:45 o’clock while driving on the two-lane hi-way, the car veered across the lane just south of Foellner Lane and proceeded onto […]

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Pile-up accident caused traffic backed-up

Published July 5, 2014

Marshall Twp. Pa. — A pile-up accident along I-79 north of Marshall Twp caused a serious traffic jam last Thursday afternoon. Several vehicles caused the mishap and the good news is that there was no report of any injury. It resulted to a traffic backed up covering several miles; however, all lanes reopened at around 5:00 o’clock in the afternoon. But the traffic was very slow. Officials advised motorists to […]

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Mayor of Pittsburgh builds protected bike lanes

Published July 3, 2014

Pittsburgh – Horror stories are told about bicyclists and drivers that led to animosity between them as both have equal rights to use thoroughfares. Now Pittsburgh’s dads have plan to separate them. Biker Darrin Filer recounted that when he was in the bike lane a guy in front of him negotiated a u-turn and went over the hood.  He broke several ribs and a sprained his wrist. He added that […]

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Multiple accidents in Philly due to icy conditions

Published January 20, 2014

PHILADELPHIA – Multi- car accidents in the Philadelphia area last Sunday morning was blamed to the continuing icy conditions . Sleet continued falling and freezing rain were non-stop as dangerous road conditions and dozens of accidents remained unabated. To the constraint of plane travelers, the weather was wreaking havoc at the airport. Eastbound Schuylkill Expressway was closed for about an hour after a multi-vehicle accident. The mishap happened at approximately 7:00 o’clock in the morning in the […]

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Higher fines for excessive speeders

Published September 30, 2013

One way to discourage motorists from over speeding is increasing its penalty which a lawmaker from Pennsylvania introduced as legislation. Under the proposal of Rep. Mark Painter, a D-Montgomery, those caught going 45 mph over the speed limit or driving a speed of100 mph or more, would be facing the same penalties that are given for reckless driving plus half-year suspension of the privilege to drive. Painter believed that this […]

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