Personal injury cases involve situations in which people are injured and suffer harm because of the negligent, intentional, or wrongful actions of others. When you are injured because of the negligent or wrongful actions of another person or entity, you are entitled to pursue compensation for the economic and non-economic damages that have resulted. The experienced injury lawyers in Pennsylvania at Raynes & Lawn are nationally recognized for their advocacy and successful results and are prepared to aggressively litigate on your behalf to secure the settlement or verdict you deserve for your losses.
Personal injury cases in Berks County, Pennsylvania involve many different types of situations. If you have been seriously injured because of the negligence of another person or entity, our attorneys are prepared to fight for your rights to hold the party who caused your injuries accountable for his or her actions and to recover the maximum possible damages to which you should be entitled. We understand the financial and emotional devastation people can experience when they are injured by others through no fault of their own. We are dedicated to the victims of negligence and strongly believe that they deserve to be fully compensated for the losses they have suffered. Our attorneys have decades of experience and have received numerous awards and recognition from the legal community and handle a broad variety of personal injury claims.
Motor vehicle accidents can range in severity. While some auto collisions are only minor annoyances and result in property damage alone, others are more serious and cause the victims to sustain serious injuries or to be killed. The injury lawyers in Pennsylvania at Raynes & Lawn represent auto accident victims who have suffered serious injuries and the family members of the victims of fatal accidents. Our attorneys thoroughly investigate every accident case and work closely with accident reconstruction experts, transportation experts, industry specialists, and civil engineers to help us clearly demonstrate the liability of the defendants.
Many people who sustain serious injuries in car crashes caused by the actions of others face devastating financial and personal losses. You might be left with mounting medical bills, income losses, and psychological trauma following your collision. These types of losses can place a substantial degree of stress on accident victims and their loved ones. Our lawyers strongly advocate for our clients and work to secure maximum compensation to pay for all of their economic and non-economic losses. When you work with us, we can handle all of the communications and negotiations for you so that you can concentrate your energy on recovering from the injuries you have suffered.
In Berks County, Pennsylvania, landowners, businesses, and those who control property owe a duty of care to people who are lawfully visiting their premises. When a business or other landowner fails to protect people from hazards on their property that they knew or reasonably should have known about, the business or landowner can be liable to pay damages to people who are injured by the hazard as a result.
Premises liability cases include things like slip-and-fall claims, inadequate security, inadequate maintenance, swimming pool accidents, dog bites, and many others. If you were injured while visiting the property of another person or business because of a dangerous condition on the property, you might have legal rights to pursue damages. Our attorneys can review your case and explain whether it has legal merits.
Doctors, nurses, hospitals, and other health care professionals must provide care that meets the expected standard of care for others in their practice areas. When medical professionals make medical errors that result in further injury and patient harm, they can be liable to pay damages to the victim to compensate him or her for the losses that have resulted. Medical mistakes can result in permanent injuries and deaths, and doctors and others who make medical errors that cause serious injuries or deaths should be held accountable for their actions and the harm they have caused.
The attorneys at Raynes & Lawn have represented the victims of medical malpractice in many different forms. We work closely with trained medical professionals to complete an initial analysis of whether medical malpractice has likely occurred. We have successfully represented people who have been harmed by many different types of medical negligence in a large variety of medical practice areas and specialties.
Thousands of children are sexually abused each year in the U.S., and many of them suffer sexual abuse in Pennsylvania. In many cases, children are sexually abused or assaulted by people in positions of authority at schools, camps, churches, or universities while in the care of the institutions. Predators can be counselors, teachers, coaches, priests, and others who use intimidation to prevent children from reporting what has happened to them. The sexual abuse lawyers at Raynes & Lawn have long advocated for people who were sexually abused as children and work to hold both the perpetrators and the institutions the perpetrators represent accountable for the damage they have caused. We work closely with counselors and others to assess the long-term consequences of sexual abuse and the necessary treatment. We are dedicated to helping children and their families to secure financial compensation while also striving to prevent similar abuse from happening in the future. The psychological, emotional, and physical scars of sexual abuse can haunt people who were sexually abused for years. We want all of those who are responsible for this type of activity to be held accountable.
If you have been injured because of the actions of someone else or have lost a loved one, you should speak to an experienced injury lawyer in Pennsylvania at Raynes & Lawn. Contact us today for a free, confidential consultation by calling us at 1-800-535-1797.
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