People are injured or killed in different incidents in Aston, Pennsylvania each year. When these events are caused by the actions of other people, companies, or public entities, those who are injured and the families of those who are killed might have the right to pursue legal remedies through different types of tort lawsuits. Torts are civil wrongs that are committed against others and cause harm, and they are addressed under Pennsylvania’s personal injury law.
The attorneys at Raynes & Lawn have decades of experience representing the victims of negligent or intentional acts to help them recover maximum compensation for their losses while holding the wrongful actors accountable for the harm they have caused. Our attorneys have successfully recovered billions of dollars for our clients and work closely together with the people we represent to strive to make them whole.
In Pennsylvania, people who are injured and suffer losses because of others’ negligent or wrongful actions are entitled to recover compensation by filing personal injury lawsuits. The state recognizes that the victims of negligent or intentional acts should have the means to seek legal redress in the state’s civil courts. Our lawyers are dedicated to fighting for the rights of our clients, holding the people who caused them harm accountable, and recovering maximal compensation to make our clients financially whole.
Whenever we accept representation, we immediately get to work. Our attorneys work together with experts and investigators to build clear cases of liability so that our clients are likelier to prevail with their claims. Since we understand the importance of experience, we assign our attorneys and legal staff to teams that are focused on different areas within personal injury law. When you retain our firm to represent you in your personal injury case, you can feel confident that everyone assigned to the team representing you will be experienced with handling cases similar to yours.
We represent clients in many different types of personal injury matters, including all of the following:
If you believe that you were injured because of someone else’s conduct, you should speak to our experienced team of attorneys to learn about your rights.
One of the most common types of personal injury cases in Aston, Pennsylvania is an automobile accident. While many people experience motor vehicle collisions at some point in their lives, some people are seriously injured or killed in car crashes. When a wreck is caused by the negligent or reckless actions of another person or entity, the victims are entitled to pursue compensation by filing auto accident claims against those who caused their collisions and resulting injuries. Our lawyers work with accident reconstruction experts and investigators to help to demonstrate the liability of those who caused our clients’ accidents and injuries. The in-depth approach we take often helps us to convince the insurance companies of the wisdom of agreeing to fair settlements for our clients rather than risking a loss at trial. However, we are prepared to litigate on behalf of our clients through trial whenever necessary to recover the compensation that they deserve.
In Pennsylvania, property owners and businesses are required to maintain their property in a reasonably safe condition to prevent lawful visitors from being injured. Property owners and businesses must promptly correct any known hazards on their property that could foreseeably injure people who are lawfully present. They are also responsible for conducting regular inspections to identify any dangerous conditions that might arise and to warn visitors about the existence of dangerous conditions. For example, a property owner cannot fail to repair a broken staircase railing or step that customers or guests routinely use because of the danger that they could fall and be seriously injured. When a lawful visitor to a property is seriously injured because the property owner failed to fulfill this duty, the premises liability lawyers at Raynes & lawn are prepared to help.
Premises liability claims can be filed when someone’s injury is caused by an unsafe condition on someone else’s property.
There are many different types of premises liability cases, including the following:
Our premises liability lawyers can assess your case and explain whether you have grounds to file a claim.
Doctors, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, and others working in the health care field are expected to provide treatment to their patients that meet or exceed the standard of care. While everyone makes mistakes, some types of medical errors are serious enough to rise to the level of medical negligence. When a health care provider negligently provides a treatment that deviates from the expected standard of care, his or her patient can be seriously injured or killed.
When you or your loved one sustains serious injuries because of your provider’s medical errors, you might have a viable medical malpractice claim. Our medical malpractice lawyers work together with medical experts to determine the expected standard of care and demonstrate that our clients’ injuries were caused because of their medical providers’ negligence. Filing a malpractice claim might help you to hold the responsible provider accountable, prevent others from suffering similar injuries in the future, and recover compensation for the losses you have incurred as a result.
Most people want to protect children from abuse and harm. Unfortunately, however, thousands of children fall victim to sexual abuse in the U.S. each year. In some cases, children are abused by trusted figures in positions of authority at institutions that are supposed to protect them. Predators frequently abuse their positions to gain access to children and can include such individuals as teachers, counselors, coaches, bus drivers, and more.
Our sexual abuse lawyers have fought for children who have been sexually abused by people they trust for decades. We strive to hold both the predators and the institutions they work for accountable and prevent future harm to other children. We work closely with counselors to assess children and determine their long-term treatment needs. We are committed to protecting the confidentiality of the people we represent and to exposing the predators who have abused them.
Whether you have suffered abuse or been involved in an accident, the legal team at Raynes & Lawn is ready to help with your claim. Our team can advise you on receiving compensation for your injuries and holding those responsible for their action. Make sure to call the office at 1-800-535-1797 to schedule a free consultation.
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