Category: Car Accidents

Chest Injury After Car Accident

Chest Injury After Car Accident

A motor vehicle collision can cause many different types of injuries. While some car accidents only involve property damage, many others result in serious injuries. Thoracic or chest injuries are fairly common in car wrecks. A Philadelphia car accident attorney can advocate for you when you have sustained injuries in a crash caused by someone […]

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Broke Bones & Types Of Fractures From Car Accidents  

Broke Bones & Types Of Fractures From Car Accidents  

Motor vehicle collisions in Pennsylvania can cause multiple types of injuries, including broken bones. The injuries you might suffer will vary in severity based on the speed at impact, your position in the car, whether you were wearing a seatbelt, and others. After you have been in a motor vehicle accident, you should see a […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury & Chronic Pain After A Car Accident

In some Pennsylvania car accidents, people suffer from traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and chronic pain. These two conditions are poorly understood, but they can cause numerous impairments in your ability to function and affect your personality and mental health. Following a TBI from a motor vehicle crash, you might suffer a reduced ability to enjoy […]

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Medical Bills After a Car Accident...Who Pays?

Medical Bills After a Car Accident…Who Pays?

If you were involved in a motor vehicle crash caused by someone else and were left with injuries, you might have been transported by ambulance to the emergency department and admitted to the hospital following an examination. Car accidents can happen suddenly and with little warning, and medical bills resulting from them can quickly pile […]

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Compensation for Pain & Suffering After Car Accident

Compensation for Pain & Suffering After Car Accident

A car accident resulting in injuries in Pennsylvania often leaves victims facing both economic and non-economic losses. The economic losses in a car accident claim include the victim’s pecuniary or out-of-pocket losses, including their medical expenses, wage losses, property losses, and others. Non-economic losses are also known as pain and suffering damages and include compensation […]

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