When you are injured through no fault of your own, you can become frustrated and overwhelmed. You may be unable to work, making it difficult to meet your financial obligations. You may be in significant pain but afraid you cannot afford treatment for your injuries.
Lundy Law can help you by dealing with insurance companies, employers and the red tape involved in a personal injury claim so that you can concentrate on getting well.
Personal injury occurs when a person suffers harm from an accident or injury and someone else may be responsible for that harm. There are many types of personal injury claims, from auto accidents to slip and fall accidents. If you have been harmed by the negligence, carelessness or error of another person, you may qualify for a personal injury claim.
Lundy Law can review your case and determine if you qualify to file a personal injury claim that may compensate you for your lost wages, medical bills as well as pain and suffering. We can also assist you in filing for a disability claim if your injuries are so severe you can no longer work.
If you are involved in an auto accident that is determined to be someone else’s fault, you may also have a claim for personal injury. After an auto accident, you may be unable to work but your bills keep coming. You may be suffering from tremendous pain and be unable to perform your daily activities, including work, family obligations or general housework.
Lundy Law can help guide you through the process after an auto accident that leaves you injured. We will fight to get you compensation for your pain and suffering, your injuries and your lost wages.
A grocery store forgot to place the warning signs on the floor after mopping. Your neighbor neglected to clear a patch of ice from their sidewalk. You tripped over a broken tile at the mall. All of these can lead to serious slip and fall injuries. Even if you did not fall a significant distance, you may still have suffered muscle tears, broken bones or head trauma. When a slip and fall accident is the fault of someone else, you may qualify for a personal injury claim.
Lundy Law will review your case to determine what rights you may have as far as compensation for medical treatments, lost wages as well as pain and suffering.
We trust that our doctors and nurses will provide us with treatment that will quickly cure our illnesses or injuries. But what happens if they make a mistake that causes you further injury? A missed diagnosis of cancer can be devastating as it may make you ineligible for certain treatments. A surgical tool, such as a scalpel or sponge, left behind after a minor surgery could lead to life-threatening infections. A medication error could cause serious consequences.
Lundy Law has experience handling medical malpractice cases and will work hard to be sure your rights are protected under the law.
Under Pennsylvania law, if you are injured while performing your job duties, you are entitled to workers’ compensation, even if you contributed to the injury. Workers’ compensation does not require you to prove that anyone was at fault in the accident, unlike personal injury claims. You also cannot be fired for filing a workers’ compensation claim.
Lundy Law can help you file your workers’ compensation claim and work with the insurance company to be sure you are compensated properly under the law. Hiring an attorney does not mean you plan to sue your employer as Pennsylvania law does not allow lawsuits for workplace injuries in most cases. Lundy Law will simply handle the red tape for you so that you can focus on healing.
Although slip and fall cases and auto accidents lead to many of the injuries suffered by victims in the Tri-State Area, there are many other actions and situations that lead to personal harm and Lundy Law represents victims in these additional areas of practice, including:
If you have suffered an injury that you believe was the fault of someone else, or if you have been injured at work, contact Lundy Law today to arrange for an initial consultation to determine what rights you may have. You can arrange for your consultation using our simple online form or calling 1-800-Lundy Law.