Many people in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania are injured in accidents each year. While some of these types of incidents happen without anyone being at fault, others are caused by negligence. If you have been injured in a car crash or another type of incident that you believe was caused by another person’s or entity’s negligence, you should speak to the attorneys at Raynes & Lawn to learn about the rights that you might have. You might be entitled to recover damages if you suffered losses because of your accident and injuries. Our attorneys have decades of combined experience representing accident victims and are prepared to speak with you about your potential claim.
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.
Our team of experienced personal injury attorneys has recovered billions of dollars for our clients over our many years of practice.
We handle a broad variety of different types of personal injury matters, including 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.
If another motorist caused your auto accident and injuries, you have the right to pursue a claim for damages to be compensated for your losses. If you or your loved one has been injured in this type of situation, you should speak to an auto accident attorney at our firm to learn about your rights and the available legal remedies. You should not accept an early settlement offer from an insurance company without first talking to a lawyer. Insurance companies sometimes extend unreasonably low settlement offers to injured victims to try to avoid paying what they would otherwise have to pay.
In Swarthmore, both public and private property owners are expected to maintain their properties in reasonably safe conditions and to correct hazards that they know about or reasonably should know about that could otherwise cause foreseeable injuries. For example, a property owner should promptly repair broken tiles, torn carpets, or holes in their parking lots that could cause people to trip and fall.
Pennsylvania requires property owners to keep their properties in a safe condition to protect the safety of lawful visitors. If you have been injured because of a dangerous condition on the property of someone else, you might be entitled to recover compensation under a theory called premises liability.
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, and other medical providers are expected to provide treatment to their patients that meets the expected standard of care. When medical providers negligently make mistakes and fail to adhere to the standard of care, their patients might suffer serious injuries or die as a result. Patients place a significant degree of trust in the professionals who treat them, and medical providers must provide treatment with the same level of competence and skill as similarly situated providers in the same area would under the same treatment conditions.
Our attorneys have helped the victims of medical negligence for more than 50 years. We work closely with trained medical professionals to analyze and investigate potential malpractice claims and provide honest assessments of whether people might have viable medical malpractice claims. We represent people who have been harmed by medical professionals in a broad variety of medical practice areas.
Thousands of children are victimized by sexual predators in the U.S. each year. Many abusers seek employment with organizations through which they can gain access to children to victimize. In some cases, the institutions that are trusted by the parents to protect their children provide access and fail to prevent sexual abuse from occurring. Abusers are sometimes in positions of authority and gain the trust of their victims and the victims’ parents and can include teachers, coaches, priests, pastors, counselors, bus drivers, and more.
Our civil sexual abuse attorneys have advocated for the victims of child sexual abuse for decades. We aggressively litigate civil sexual abuse cases to try to hold both the predators and the institutions that failed to protect the victims accountable. We partner with counselors who have experience in assessing children to identify their potential long-term treatment needs following sexual abuse. At Raynes & Lawn, we are committed to protecting the confidentiality of our clients while we work to keep similar incidents of sexual abuse from happening in the future.
If you believe that your injuries were caused by the negligent or wrongful actions of others, you should speak to the attorneys at Raynes & Lawn. Contact us today for a free consultation by calling 1-800-535-1797 or by submitting your information on our online contact form.
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