As Avondale, Pennsylvania personal injury attorneys, we understand that being injured in an auto or other form of accident can be frightening and stressful. You may be wondering how you are going to pay your bills while you recuperate from the injuries you sustained in a slip and fall accident. You may be concerned about lost wages after an auto accident.
At Lundy Law, we understand that you may not know where to turn or what to do to get answers to these questions. We are here to help.
Injuries can happen for many reasons but when you are injured due to the negligence or carelessness of someone else, they can be even more devastating. Whether you suffer an injury due to an auto accident where someone else was at fault or slip and fall on a wet floor that is not marked, you are in pain and unsure what to do next.
Lundy Law can help you determine where the fault lies in your accident and advise you on what your next steps should be. As personal injury attorneys, we understand that you may be unable to work, in pain and unable to focus on healing due to your concerns about finances or your job. We can handle the insurance companies and other party for you so you can concentrate on healing.
After an auto accident, the pain from your injuries may not be the worst you need to go through. You must deal with your insurance company, the insurance company representing the other driver, the police and possibly even the other driver as well. Even though you were not at fault in the accident, you are in pain and unable to work, which means your bills may not be getting paid.
Research indicates that stress can cause you to heal much slower, but it is difficult not to be stressed when you are worried about your family’s finances.
Lundy Law can help you through this difficult time. We will work with insurance companies so that you can concentrate on healing rather than worrying.
A slip and fall accident doesn’t sound as if it could be very serious, especially if you simply slip and fall a short distance. However, slip and fall accidents can lead to very serious injuries, including broken bones, muscle tears and head trauma.
A slip and fall can occur for any number of reasons, from damaged flooring to uneven steps to spilled water.
Lundy Law can help you determine who was at fault in your slip and fall accident in order to get you the compensation you deserve under the law.
When we visit a healthcare provider, we expect that they will treat our illness or injury and get us back on the road to recovery as quickly as possible. When those healthcare providers make a mistake, however, the results can be devastating.
Delayed diagnosis of some diseases, such as cancer, could mean certain treatments will no longer work. A surgical instrument left behind after surgery could lead to massive infection and even death.
If you have suffered an injury due to a healthcare practitioner’s negligence or if a doctor has misdiagnosed your illness, contact Lundy Law today to learn what rights you may have.
When you are injured on the job, you may be afraid to file a claim for workers’ compensation for fear of retaliation from your employer. The fact is, in Pennsylvania, your employer cannot fire you for filing a claim for a workplace injury. You are entitled to compensation for lost wages and medical bills for any injury sustained during your normal job duties, even if you are at fault for those injuries.
Our attorneys can help you with your workers’ compensation claim to be sure you get the wages you are entitled to under the law and payment for your medical expenses. Hiring our attorneys does not mean you plan to sue your employer. In fact, in Pennsylvania, the law will not allow you to sue your employer for a workplace injury in most cases.
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 due to negligence or carelessness of another person, or if you have been injured on the job, contact Lundy Law today to learn what rights you may have. Arrange for your initial consultation by calling 1-800-Lundy Law or completing the easy form on our website.