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When a person sustains an injury due to careless or wrongful act of another person, or perhaps through negligence, we will be there to protect their interests. Our Philadelphia slip and fall lawyers (personal injury) handle all types of injury cases: anything from slip and fall accidents, construction accidents, wrongful death, and car accident cases. We serve clients in greater Philadelphia, as well as Chesterbrook, Penn Wynne, Devon, Ardmore, Charlestown, Narberth, Upper Uwchlan, Birmingham, Swarthmore, Blue Bell and other suburbs.

With so many lawyers in Philadelphia it is very difficult to see who is best to represent you. You really have to look at the experience of the lawyer in handling cases that relate to you. Our slip and fall lawyers (personal injury attorneys) have dealt with more cases related to injuries then many other firms throughout their whole career. Very few can match our results when it comes to outcomes for our clients.

With our great experience when it comes to winning cases and getting our clients settlements, our associates got recognized from the most prestigious magazines in the industry and their peers. Just get in touch with us for a no obligation consultation and we will take care of the rest!

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PHILADELPHIA ACCIDENT LAWYERS (CONSTRUCTION)

Construction is one of the biggest industries in US. It gives jobs to hundreds of thousands of people. Anyone from trades to engineers and designers work on small projects and big alike. They are on the construction site day in day out - and even though this industry is a great driver of economic benefit. It is also one of the most dangerous sectors for slip and fall accidents and other personal injuries.

We know the obvious dangers of the business, but did you know that all workers on the construction site are protected by law? Should an injury happen, like a simple slip and fall or something more severe - our firm will be there to provide assistance to anyone who got hurt. We can help with claims to worker’s compensation board, or even injury lawsuits - we are here to advocate on your behalf, let us help you get what you deserve! Our Philadelphia expert personal injury lawyers are ready to fight for your rights - simply get in touch with us and we will take care of the rest.

You Can Be Confident Knowing That - Premier Philadelphia Accident Lawyer (Slip and Fall Injuries) Got Your Back:

  • We handled countless successful construction accident cases in the past.
  • We are real trial lawyers, smart litigators and conning negotiators.
  • We have a great reputation in both the legal and construction community.
  • Your best interests is our top priority.
  • Your Rights Under Workers’ Comp

When a construction accident happens what happens next? If you got an injury after the accident, or your family member did, we can help you. In Philadelphia, you are entitled to worker’s compensation claim, if you got injured while you were doing your job.

What do you get through workers’ compensation can include:

  • Coverage of medical bills
  • Some compensation for lost wages
  • Disability benefits
  • Death benefits

You can get money, supplement benefits, coverage of medical expenses, drug expenses, and many other types of benefits as a result of your claim. If you are injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, doesn’t matter who’s, you can file a claim - but you will need our help, because those types of claims are more complex in nature.

Liability in Construction Accidents

If you got injured due to an accident, there might be several parties responsible and liable for it. For example, you can file a simple worker’s compensation claim, and get money from your employer, but in many cases this will not be enough to cover full extent of the damages and expenses you suffered. However you could remedy this by holding the manufacturer of the equipment that was involved in your accident, responsible, and file a claim against them. You will then be able to get more benefits compared to simply filing a worker’s comp claim.

What Can I Expect To Recover?

When you file a lawsuit against a third party, you may be able to get additional benefits compared to simply filing a worker’s comp claim.

These benefits can include:

  • Past and future lost wages in full
  • Lost earning potential or ability
  • Physical and emotional pain and suffering
  • Physical therapy and additional health-related costs
  • Punitive damages in certain extreme cases

In Philadelphia, slip and fall lawyers have the knowledge, knowhow and the experience to get you maximum compensation period! Give us a call so we have a chance to fight for your interests and help you recover maximum benefit allowed by law!

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PHILADELPHIA CAR ACCIDENT LAWYERS (CAR ACCIDENT ATTORNEYS)

Every single day in Philadelphia 100s of accidents happen without fail. If you got into a car accident you life can change dramatically in an instant. Life can become very difficult for you as a result of a car accident injury. If you were seriously injured, you may require extensive hospital stays and recovery, expensive medical treatments and other things you simply can’t afford. May be you can’t work any more because of what happened to you. What can you do if you family can’t pay for all these mounting bills?

We are car accident lawyers in Philadelphia and we represent victims of auto accidents. Our Philadelphia accident lawyers gotten countless settlements for our clients. We work without stopping until you get what you deserve. Finding out why accident happened in the first place, so that we can identify who is responsible for your injuries.

What Kind of Car Accident Attorney Philadelphia Are We?

In Philadelphia there is a no-fault laws that state that anyone who is injured in a car accident, can get compensation for medical expenses, and financial loss due to inability to work - regardless of who was at fault. But often this type of coverage will simply not be enough to cover all your expenses and pain and suffering you had to endure.

This is why we represent individuals who deserve maximum compensation for the suffering they were subjected to due to all types of accidents:

  • Car accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Truck, tractor trailer and semi-truck accidents
  • Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
  • Public transportation accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Wrongful death
  • Aviation accidents

Our team of Philadelphia auto accident attorneys has extensive experience representing individuals who were involved in car accidents - we get maximum compensation for our clients, period! It doesn’t matter if we are talking about head injuries, broken bones, and even more serious injuries like paralysis, we will get the job done.

We Do For You:

  • We will find out all responsible parties including owners and drivers of all vehicles
  • Investigate & photograph accident site
  • Use high tech accident reconstruction experts & video animations to illustrate our case
  • File & handle no-fault claim to keep salary and medical payments up to date
  • Obtain medical documents & reviews by medical experts
  • Handle all aspects of complex lawsuit, including depositions
  • Trial, mediation, and appeals when necessary
  • Keep client informed of case progress

Let Us Handle Your Case And Get You Maximum Compensation

If you got into a car accident in Philadelphia and got injured, contact us right away! Learn about the compensation you deserve in this. When you work with our team, we will first review all the insurance policies you have and investigate the scene where the accident took place. This way we can best advise you on all available to you options. We deal with motor vehicle accidents all over Philadelphia and surrounding areas like: Chesterbrook, Penn Wynne, Devon, Ardmore, Charlestown, Narberth, Upper Uwchlan, Birmingham, Swarthmore, Blue Bell and other suburbs.

What to Do After a Car Accident in Philadelphia

Here is an illustration. It is a Monday morning and you are late getting to work. You were at your parents house the night before and had a plan, but you are still running late. You don’t really like driving downtown, it is a nightmare and parking is super expensive. This particular morning you driving isn’t going to save you time, there is traffic everywhere and noone seems to be following driving laws.

You are all of a sudden in a car accident and now blocking traffic. What do you do next? Here is some info to guide you through the process of what you need to do if you are in a car accident in Philadelphia.

You need to do this when you are at the Scene of the accident:

If you are involved in an accident the first thing you need to do is to stop at the scene. In Philadelphia law mandates that drivers who are involved in an accident stop and remain at the scene of the accident to exchange information and provide assistance to the injured if there are any. Should you decide to leave the scene of the accident you might be charged with a hit-and-run and face serious criminal charges, such as a large fine or even go to jail as a result of your actions. You can also lose your license to drive.

Next

You need to call police as soon as possible - just dial 911! If there are injuries or death you have to report the incident immediately. Should the accident involve a parked vehicle or an object of some kind, like a traffic light, you have to get in touch with the owner. You can do something like leaving your contact information and license plate on the car involved, as well as report this incident to the police.

Once the police get to the scene and report will be taken and damages will be assessed. Also they will interview key witnesses to determine the root cause of the accident as best as they can. This will serve as evidence in the claim you are going to be filing.

What Information Should I Gather at the Scene?

You need to get basic contact information of all involved in the accident - such as full name, license number, plate, address, name and address of the insurance company and the policy number. It is actually very important to make sure that the officer on the scene takes down the complete insurance information of all parties involved. Here is some information that will also benefit your case:

- Other car's owner;
- Any passengers in the other car; and
- Any witnesses to the accident.

Noting traffic conditions as well as weather is also very helpful. If you draw a simple representation of the scene you can use that as well - or take a picture with your phone if you can.

Who is at Fault Really?

Car accidents happen because of many reasons - things like driver mistakes, malfunctions of the vehicle, roads that are broken, or even poorly installed automobile components.

One good rule to follow is not to offer any opinions as to who was at fault at the scene of the accident. You might think that you are in the wrong, but later learn that you are not alone and that the other driver is as much in the wrong as you are. Talking to your insurance representative, attorney or both is a great idea, prior to defending your position. If you start offering your opinions at the scene of the incident and it is recorded by the police, it can be used against you at a later date. At the scene you should not sign any documents no matter who asks you to do so. And the most important thing is to cooperate with the officer at the scene, who is investigating the case.

Next Step Is To Report the Incident to the Department of Motor Vehicles

You must file a report to the DMV should the damage to one of the parties exceed 1000 dollars, or if there is injury or death involved. This report has to be filed within ten days of the incident - failure to do so might result in a suspension of the license.

What About Insurance Requirements?

In Philadelphia, there is no-fault insurance program, that requires a driver who is registered in the state, to purchase liability insurance from one of the insurance companies operating within the state limits. If you have insurance from another state, it might not be valid. The minimum liability insurance you must carry is:

- $25,000/50,000 for injury
- $50,000/100,000 for death
- $10,000 for property damage caused by any one accident

No-Fault Insurance How It Works

The no-fault insurance program is designed to provide coverage for people who get injured in an accident, provided you did not engage in any criminal behaviour, or were not intoxicated in any way. This program doesn’t look at who was at fault, but simply provides protection against injuries. Your own insurance company will compensate you for those injuries according to the policy limits that are setup in the insurance you purchased. This means that you don’t need to file a claim against the other party involved in the accident, but simply talk to your insurance company and they will cover your medical bills and other damages that resulted from the accident. This program works well for basic claims like that.

What About Property Damage Liability?

Another type of coverage is property damage liability coverage. This type of insurance protects you from the damage you might have caused to another person’s property or a vehicle while you were driving. This coverage has nothing to do with your own vehicle damage - it is designed to protect the other driver’s personal property.

In Philadelphia you don’t need to insure your own vehicle for damages - only carry the liability insurance for damages to another driver’s personal property. It is recommended that you do however, because that will limit your exposure during the accident, should it happen.

What About After the Accident - Dealing with Insurance Companies

The first thing to do is to report the accident to your insurance company as soon as possible. You usually have 30 days to do so in the no-fault insurance claim situations, but doing so immediately is just best practice, to get the ball rolling. After this report a claims adjuster will get in touch with you and find out the following:

- Request a copy of the police report;
- Take photographs of your car;
- Contact the other driver(s);
- Talk to any witnesses;
- Ask you to sign a medical release form to review your records;
- Contact your medical provider;
- Request for you to get estimates on vehicle damage.

Offers To Settle the Case

Once the investigation is completed, the insurance company will likely want to settle with you. Of course it depends on the damages you are claiming and if you had any injuries and damages to your vehicle. Very important thing to remember is that you don’t have to accept any offers the insurance company gives you.

You have options if you can’t reach an agreement. First one would be to escalate the appeal to the supervisor in charge of the adjuster you are dealing with. If that doesn’t work, you may initiate a lawsuit against the company.

What If Settlement You Got Is Not Enough - Going Beyond No Fault-Coverage

If you are a victim in a car accident, you have a right to file a suit for your injuries:

- Medical expenses and other economic losses exceeding $50,000;
- "Pain and Suffering" if you suffer an injury that results in significant disfigurement, a fracture, or other kinds of significant injury as defined under the no-fault law; or
- Injury resulting in death.

Accident Lawyer’s Assistance

The purpose of getting legal help is to guide you through the filing process. You don’t need to know what to do - we are here to help. Many attorneys will work on the auto accident cases on a contingency basis (you pay them when they win). In these cases you don’t need to worry about the cost of the lawsuit, if you win, the lawyer will take a % of the monetary award you will get.

Court Procedures

Should you decide to file a suit, the accident lawyer in charge will ensure that you know when and where to appear in court. You don’t need to worry about the details of the proceedings, but likely you will end up in either of two divisions:

- Civil Court: where all matters below $25,000 and handled and small claims matters not exceeding $5,000.
- Or The Supreme Court Civil Division: where cases of over $25,000 are tried - including the liability claims against insurance companies involved in automobile accident cases.
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PHILADELPHIA PREMISES LIABILITY ATTORNEY

Premises Liability Law - What Type of Accidents Happen

You are entitled to compensation if you were injured while being on someone else’s property! Our experienced Philadelphia slip and fall lawyer team will make sure that our experience serves you well and will proactively fight for your rights. You can be certain that we will do everything possible to ensure that your future is protected.

The owners of the property have a responsibility to ensure that all reasonable standards of care are maintained when it comes to protecting their visitors from injury. These are just some of the examples of what happens they the owners are negligent:

  • Elevator accidents
  • Defective elevators
  • Slip & fall accidents
  • Parking lot falls
  • Sidewalk falls
  • Worn / raised carpet and floor boarding
  • Unsafe building injuries
  • Negligent security
  • Lack of security cameras
  • Injuries to children
  • Negligent supervision and security at schools and day cares
  • School bus accident
  • Lead poisoning
  • False arrests and imprisonment
  • Escalator accidents

I Had a Slip and Fall Accident, What To Do Next?

When you have been injured as a result of a slip and fall accident, the first thing you should do is to find the right law firm to represent you - in Philadelphia the right accident lawyer can make all the difference when you are being represented. You deserve have missed time at work covered, as well as medical expenses, and get compensated for your pain and suffering. But in order to get this, you need to follow a strict timeline, when it comes to application deadlines. Please reach out to our Philadelphia slip and fall lawyer team as soon as you can, to avoid any delays. We have a spotless record of wins, when it comes to representing our client interests. We can advise you in the best course of action in order to get maximum benefit allowable by law in the state of Pennsylvania.

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PHILADELPHIA PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER

Accidents happen! And there is a risk of personal injury when they do. But injuries can be so catastrophic that they can impact the life of the victim for years to come. When talking about personal injury in Philadelphia, we are only looking at cases where serious injuries are present - things like dismemberment or severe impairment.

Here is a list of possible types of serious injuries:

  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Burn injuries
  • Paraplegia / Quadriplegia
  • Amputations

We are Philadelphia personal injury lawyers who are dedicated to advocating on behalf of the victims of serious accidents. If you were harmed in a slip and fall accident or were in an automobile accident and are now injured, we can help you file a claim against the party that were involved in causing you harm. We can seek compensation from them on your behalf. We will advocate on your behalf and are very well versed in the complexity of just personal injury cases.

What About Injuries That Result In Permanent Disability?

Some slip and fall accidents, or car accidents for that matter, can result in permanent injuries to the victim. Things like spinal cord injuries, or brain injuries can lead to lifelong disability. This is a reality that a lot of victims have to face. Social Security Disability Insurance comes into play in these cases. This program is designed to help victims who are permanently disabled after an injury. Since these types of injuries will take away person’s ability to make a living, getting compensated to this loss is extremely important.

What Type of Expenses Are There In A Serious Injury Case

The expenses in personal injury cases vary with the degree of injury. These are some of the examples but not all possible expenses that can arise. In spinal cord injuries for example, it is very important to make modifications to one’s car and home, so that the person can have similar quality of life as before the accident. These modifications can be quite expensive. So letting us help you can ensure that we will recover these types of unforeseen expenses so that you can navigate this difficult part of life a little bit smoother.

The impact of someone suffering from these types of injuries can last a lifetime. With cost of medical expenses rising and other mounting costs, having a helping hand to advocate on your behalf is invaluable. We will make sure that our clients receive the necessary care without worrying about finances. We offer a free personal injury consultation, where we will outline the whole process of making a claim and determine the best course of action, so that we can get the best possible outcome for you. Slip and fall accidents Philadelphia, no longer need to be catastrophic - trust our personal injury experts to guide you through this very complex process so that you can get maximum benefit allowable by law.

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PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL MALPRACTICE LAWYER

Medical mistakes cost thousands of people permanent injuries every year - this is known in the industry as medical malpractice accidents. These are something that can be easily prevented, that usually take place in hospitals and or during surgeries. They also happen in other medical facilities. Mistakes that doctors make can very often be life-changing for their victims. One can easily end up without ability to work for a long period of time as a result of these types of malpractice cases. Mistakes like that very often cause great pain and suffering to its victims.

Our Philadelphia firm has represented many malpractice cases, clients who suffered from medical negligence. We as medical malpractice lawyers, hold medical professionals accountable for their actions. We can ensure that you get compensation for your losses and help you move on with your life after a trauma caused by the accident.

Medical Negligence

In Philadelphia, several types of medical errors can be a basis of a malpractice suit. Only valid reasons for a lawsuit will be considered and will ensure that you get the compensation you deserve from your claim:

  • Surgery performed on the wrong patient
  • Surgery performed on the wrong body part
  • Surgical instruments left inside of a patient
  • Failure to diagnose a medical condition
  • Anesthesia errors
  • Wrongfully administered prescription or dosage

There are many more examples situations that can be included in a malpractice lawsuit. Bottom line if the standard of care you received is below what it should be, you will likely have a basis for a claim against that provider. Medical professionals who are involved in your care can be help liable for all the damages resulting from the injuries you suffer.

Why Do Medical Errors Happen?

Doctors are not immune to making mistakes - we all know that. May be it is a simple lapse of judgement, or they lack training, may be it is poor technique, or just an oversight. But when these mistakes happen, the reasons why they do, do not matter - these mistakes lead to suffering of the people who are in the medical professional’s care, bottom line. Up to 31% of patients who suffer these mistakes die every year. This is the exact reason why we as medical malpractice lawyers have a duty to hold these doctors and other medical professionals accountable for how medical procedures and treatments are administered.

Any medical negligence case is valid when a medical practitioner is found to be liable in regards to the level of care he or she was supposed to provide to the patient. Of course this is based on the reasonable standard of care for that particular treatment of a procedure. This often involves things like drug administration, misplacing and mixing up lab results, mistakes that happen during surgical procedures. A lawsuit is only valid if it can be proven:

  • The medical facility or a professional had a responsibility to their patient - as soon as a doctor advises patient regarding health, there is a certain responsibility that falls on them, called duty of care.
  • Negligence on the part of the medical professional – Negligence can happen if the care provided to the patient was below standards which another reasonable health care professional would have provided that patient
  • Negligence occurred due to treatment – The condition or prognosis of the patient became worth due to the treatment or diagnosis they received from the doctor.
  • Injury incurred resulted in a financial loss – The harm to the patient must have caused some financial or physical loss, like increased medical bills, loss of wages, etc.

These types of cases are very difficult to advocate for, because medical professionals often will dispute their involvement with the error that happened. They may defend themselves by stating that the patient had an underlying medical condition that could have been a contributor to the injury that happened. This is the exact reason why being represented by a qualified medical malpractice lawyer is so vital. We have the necessary knowledge and experience to address anything that might happen during the investigation of the case.

What We Do For You

We are going to be on your side once you retain us as your Philadelphia medical malpractice attorney. We will help you gather the evidence you need to win, structure your case for you and ultimately ensure that you will get the compensation you deserve for the pain and suffering you had to endure as a result of this medical negligence. We have had countless years of experience advocating for the rights of victims of medical malpractice in the Philadelphia area. And we are ready to be your advocate. We will fight for your rights, passionately, aggressively and will ensure that your needs are met and you will get highest compensation possible for your pain and suffering.

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PHILADELPHIA SLIP AND FALL LAWYER

Did you know? Slip and Fall Philadelphia Injury Cases – 2 out of 3 Dismissed Before Trial?

Slip and fall cases in Philadelphia are not unheard of. These cases though are among the most difficult get get settlements for. In our examples below all three cases are slip and fall trial court decisions from accidents in the winter of 2006-2007. Two of them were dismissed on motions for summary judgements and only one of them got permission to proceed to trial.

In example 1. a young woman got to work little before 9 o’clock and barely had time to take a few steps in the lobby, when she slipped and fell on the floor. She ended up with a severe shoulder injury and had to make a claim as a result of that injury.

In her suit against the building owner, she claimed that the floor was wet as result of the weather. She also said that there should have been precautions taken, such as a safety mat by the door, so that her fall could have been prevented. This case got dismissed because video and photographs presented by opposing counsel supported the claim of the witness they produced (security guard on duty that day): it turns out that there were mats placed at the two entrance doors. Also it was not clear that the plaintiff fell on the marble floor or on the mat. That security guard also mopped the floor only 20 minutes prior to the fall.

By law property owner is not responsible for providing solutions to things like water being brought into the building in bad weather. Nor do they have an obligation to clean up this wet floor on a continuous basis when it rains. There is also no such obligation to provide safety mats when the weather is bad - this is something building owners do out of courtesy.

In order to win a case like that following are things that could impact the judgement: The building owner would have had created the dangerous condition namely the water on the floor. Someone had to see it and come forth as a witness. Another situation that would have impacted the judgement would have been that the problem (wet floor) would have existed for a long enough period to be known by the defendant and it would have been in his/her power to correct it. This way slip and fall accident would have been a result of the building owner's negligence.

However this type of proof is extremely rare and very difficult to prove. Specially in cases where the water was tracked-in by the plaintiff as a result of weather. Also cases where evidence is uncovered where the owner was notified of the problem prior to the accident happening happen very rarely. So most of these cases are won using the constructive notice as a basis for the liability.

The judge in this example noted that the defendant knew of the dangerous conditions that weather presented and that by placing the mats before the slip and fall accident, he took all reasonable steps to prevent any issues - thus liability for the fall was simply not there.

Our second example shows a woman slipped and fell on a wet floor at a bank, during similar circumstances - bad weather. She suffered a fractured wrist and held the bank liable for her injuries. He claimed that the bank should be liable because the marble floor is usually dangerously slippery when wet. This case was as well dismissed. The judge noted that bank did not make the floor wet, nor were they notified of the problem previously to have a chance to remedy the issue. The bank also had umbrella stands for patrons, as well as a porter who was ready to mop the floor should need be. The entrance area was carpeted to prevent any issues like that from happening.

The third example depicts a case that was allowed to go to trial. In that case a man slipped and fell on the iced steps of a city subway station. He then proceeded to sue City Transit Authority for the damages he suffered.

In his claim the victim claims that the city workers should have known that the steps would be slippery as the snow and freezing rain conditions ended full fifteen hours prior the incident - yet nothing was done to remedy the situation. And because there was not new snowfall or rain, the plaintiff, using an expert in meteorology, related to the court that the city employees had plenty of time to do something about the icy conditions of the stairs and failed to do so. By demonstrating this, the victim did not win the case, but was allowed to proceed to trial. The jury will determine if his testimony, evidence and other exhibits are enough to impose the liability against the City Transport Authority.

Slip and fall accidents, those specifically involved with wet surfaces, such as stairs or floors, can result in very serious injuries. Hip fractures, wrist and shoulder injuries are not uncommon. It is common for victims of these injuries to think that the owner of the property where they had the accident will automatically be liable for their ordeal. It is however false. The law is actually in favor of the property owner in majority of the cases. And it is up to the victim to overcome several hurdles, such as the requirement for the “notice” outlined above, only to be allowed to present his or her case to the jury. And even then the case is far from being won. All three cases we discussed today are a demonstration of the trend that Philadelphia courts favor the defense in slip and fall accident cases. Both the victim and their counsel should take into account their chances of winning before proceeding to file the case. This will save both parties countless amount of time and effort.

Slip and fall injuries are very common in United States, and indeed can happen to anyone at anytime. Philadelphia is not exempt from that statistic. These types of injuries vary in severity from a bruise to broken bones and even paralysis. If you are injured, please make sure you get all the information about settlements and the chances of success before you proceed to file the claim. Severe injuries can lead to serious effects on your life, ranging from not being able to do what you do on daily basis, to loss of income and even permanent disabilities.

Benefits Of Hiring A Slip And Fall Injury Lawyer

If you can prove that the owner of the property is negligent in creating a dangerous situation that cause you injury, they will be liable that will be required to provide you with compensation for your suffering. You will have two choices - proceed to trial or settle out of court. Either way you must provide enough clear evidence to prove your case - how did the other party contribute to your accident and ultimately to your injuries. It is crucial to get proper legal advice when filing a slip and case claim.

Types Of Slip Fall Settlements

If you were injured in a slip and fall accident, you might try to settle your claim out of court - or try to do what’s called a “structured settlement”. Basically these two are the two major types of settlements that exist. A structured settlement is one that is awarded through a court order. An out of court settlements, or in other words a negotiated settlements, is done through an insurance company. The victim and the insurance company come to an agreement in terms of the amount of the award. If you decide to go this route, we would advise you to still seek representation during the negotiations. The insurance company’s mission is to offer you the lowest possible financial compensation. That is why you need representation when you negotiate. An slip and fall lawyer will ensure that you get best possible outcome available for your case.

Some cases of slip and fall accidents in Philadelphia, the victims were awarded millions of dollars to compensate for their suffering. These would include medical expenses as well as the compensation for loss of work and other types of pain and suffering compensation.

Some Examples Of Successful Claims in Philadelphia Slip Fall Cases

In this first example a victim broke his hip in a hospital after slipping and falling. He also suffered a severe head injury as a result of him being medicated and him falling out of the bed. This tragic incident lead to his death and the family filed a claim against the hospital. This case was ultimately taken to the Supreme Court where the hospital was found to be liable for the incident and the family was awarded 2 million dollars in damages.

Another example of a successful suit was where a doorman was awarded a large amount of money after slipping on the steps of a subway that were covered with bird droppings. He was successfully able to prove that he suffered injuries that prevented him from making a living. This lead the court to make the city pay him as much as six million dollars in compensation.

In a yet another case, a train conductor fell while stepping over a snow pile and slipping on the ice in front of the hotel he was staying in. He suffered a debilitating knee injury, requiring an expensive surgery. The hotel was found to be liable in this case and made pay to pay him $942k in damages, to compensate for the injuries he suffered.

Yet another example where plaintiff was awarded $1M+ after he slipped on a floor in a stream plant restaurant. The Restaurant was found to be negligent in not putting signed up to indicate that the floor was wet and putting this person in danger as a result. He suffered serious damages to his arm and as a result developed a condition that now makes his bones prone to fractures and breaks - which is a lifelong condition.

Getting Legal Representation Will Make A Difference

We know that winning Philadelphia slip and fall cases isn’t easy. Especially because in order to win you need to have undisputed evidence to be able to prove the liability of the other party in the injuries you suffered. However with proper Philadelphia slip and fall lawyer representation, the chances of getting a fair settlement will increase dramatically.

Miguel C. Stringer

Partner


We take every case seriously - our clients are the live blood of our business and we deliver for them every time.