When you have suffered an injury due to the carelessness or neglect of another person, you may be stressed, frightened and unsure where to turn. A slip and fall accident in a grocery store where spilled water was not cleaned properly or an auto accident that has left you unable to work may have you wondering what will happen to your family finances. You may have suffered injuries severe enough for a disability claim. When an injury occurs due to someone else’s error, you need to contact our Oxford, Pennsylvania, personal injury attorneys.
Personal injuries can happen for any number of reasons. Even if the injury occurred due to negligence or carelessness, the act that caused the injury may not have been intentional. However, regardless of intent, you have a right to certain compensation as a result of your injury. Lundy Law will review your case to determine what rights you have under Pennsylvania personal injury law and help you get the compensation you are entitled to receive.
The number of vehicles on the road are increasing, and, as a result, the number of auto accidents are also increasing. People run stop signs, become distracted by a cell phone or speed to get to their destination, resulting in errors that can cause catastrophic injuries. Lundy Law has worked with accident victims throughout the state to get them the compensation they deserve after an auto accident.
A slip and fall sounds fairly innocent and few people expect to be severely injured when these events happen. However, a slip and fall accident can cause major injury, including broken bones, torn ligaments or tendons and even severe head trauma. Even if the fall was on the same level, injuries can be traumatic. When the slip and fall accident was caused by someone else’s error, you may be entitled to compensation for lost wages, medical bills as well as pain and suffering. Lundy Law will work with insurance companies and the responsible party to get you the compensation you deserve under the law.
When you visit a medical professional, you expect them to do whatever is necessary to make your illness or injury better. Unfortunately, medical professionals are human and they make mistakes just like anyone else. When that mistake leads to further injury or an illness that worsens due to lack of treatment, you may be entitled to compensation. Lundy Law works with medical malpractice insurance companies, the healthcare industry and others to get their clients the compensation they deserve under the law.
People are injured at work daily and, although most of those injuries may be minor, some can be catastrophic. You may have suffered an injury that makes you unable to work. You may be facing extensive treatment to resolve your injury completely. Under Pennsylvania law, anyone who suffers an injury at work is entitled to workers’ compensation coverage, even if they are partially or completely at fault for that injury. In addition, your employer is barred from firing you simply because you filed a claim. The workers’ compensation attorneys at Lundy Law will fight to be sure you are adequately compensated for your workplace injury. Hiring an attorney does not mean you are suing your employer for your injury. In fact, in Pennsylvania, the law does not allow an employee to sue an employer for a workplace injury under most circumstances. Lundy Law will work with the insurance company to be sure your compensation meets the requirements under the law.
The law firm of Lundy Law has been committed to advocating on behalf of victim’s rights for nearly fifty years. We are experienced in representing individuals who have been harmed in car accidents and slip and falls. However, our personal injury skills and client dedication extend to the following:
If you or a loved one have suffered an injury due to the carelessness or neglect of another person, you may be eligible for a personal injury claim. An injury at work makes you eligible for a workers’ compensation claim. Contact Lundy Law today to learn what rights you may have under the law. You may set up an initial consultation by calling 1-800-Lundy Law or completing the online form on our website.