Many accidents are the result of another person’s negligence. When that occurs, you could be left with debilitating injuries and high medical bills. In extreme cases, the accident can cause the untimely death of a beloved family member. In any situation, you or your family need to consult with a team of experienced injury lawyers in Pennsylvania. If you are looking for concerned and compassionate legal representation, Raynes & Lawn can help with your legal claim.
Any accident can lead to massive medical bills, lost wages, and other financial problems. As a result, you might have to readjust your lifestyle if you cannot physically walk. With some circumstances, you must deal with another type of physical impairment. If the accident was the result of another individual, you could be entitled to financial compensation. In many cases, you need to consult with a skilled injury legal team to discuss your situation.
Personal injuries can occur in many ways. A dog may have bitten you, or someone’s reckless behavior led to an accident. In some cases, these accidents can cause serious injuries or death.
You want to hold those responsible for these neglectful actions. At our law firm, we have represented thousands of personal injury claims over the years. We understand that this is a trying time for you and your family. As a result of an accident, you have bills and other financial responsibilities piling up. Those responsible for the injuries may be ordered to compensate you.
In some instances, you may be able to settle for financial and emotional damages. You will want to speak to an experienced personal injury lawyer to discuss your claim.
From fender benders to head-on collisions, auto accidents account for many personal injuries in the state. Some accidents are the result of reckless or distracted driving. On the other hand, a trucking company might send an unsafe vehicle on the road. Whatever the case, the consequences can be devastating for those involved in an auto accident.
If another driver has injured you on the road, you do have options. At Raynes & Lawn, we have been representing clients for over 50 years. In fact, one of our attorneys was instrumental in crafting a Pennsylvania law regarding auto accidents.
In some cases, an auto accident can affect you for the rest of your life. If the accident was severe, you might have permanent loss of your limbs or cognitive difficulties. With a severe accident, the result might be death for the driver or passengers.
You will want to speak to an experienced auto accident lawyer about your claim. These reckless drivers should be held accountable on the road. Our legal team will validate your claims and ensure that those responsible are held financially liable for your lost wages, medical bills, and other expenses.
Business or property owners are responsible for keeping their employees, visitors, and customers safe from harm. When these individuals fail to live up to that responsibility, they may be held liable for any injuries.
Premises liability can cover a wide range of hazards, from slippery sidewalks to broken floorboards. If the owner failed to maintain their property and it caused an injury, then that person is legally responsible for all medical bills and lost wages related to the claim.
When you contact our premises liability lawyers, we can further discuss your specific circumstances. We will hold those responsible for your injuries to the fullest extent of the law. They may have to pay for your medical bills and lost wages. If you have a premises liability claim, make sure to reach out to our legal team.
Reckless and negligent actions by medical personnel are especially egregious. You put your complete trust in the expertise of a doctor and other medical professionals. When they fail to live up to their sworn oaths, then the results can be devastating. In some cases, carelessness can lead to permanent physical or mental injuries. With those rare cases, the provider might cause the death of a loved one.
These individuals must be held responsible for any temporary or permanent injuries suffered due to their neglect. If you have been hurt due to medical malpractice, you could be compensated for lost wages, medical bills, and other financial responsibilities. It is vital to hold these persons accountable for their actions. For that reason, you need to consult with a medical malpractice attorney.
By filing a claim against these medical professionals, you could prevent them from inflicting harm on others in the community. Your claim will be taken before the court, and you might be compensated for any financial losses. Our medical malpractice legal team has successfully represented these malpractice victims. If you are in a similar situation, make sure to contact our legal team.
While some sexual abuse might not inflict physical injuries, those emotional scars can last for a lifetime. This is a devastating crime for the survivors of abuse, and in many cases, the statute of limitations has run out for a criminal charge. However, you may be able to take your abuser to civil court.
Sexual abuse is a clear violation of individual rights and trust. In many cases, the perpetrator used their power and position to abuse a child or adult. In some instances, a family member was the one sexually abusing an individual.
With any of these circumstances, the individual can take the perpetrator to court and seek monetary damages. Our sexual abuse lawyers understand the complexities of these cases, and we will work compassionately to represent you in court.
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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