Langhorne Auto Accident Lawyer Assists Clients Hurt in Crashes

Skillful Bucks County litigator handles insurance claims and lawsuits

After you’ve been in an auto accident, you might soon hear from the responsible party’s insurance company. You must remember that they are not on your side. At the Law Offices of Paul R. Weber in Langhorne, we can negotiate with insurance adjusters on behalf of Bucks County residents who have been hurt in auto accidents. As your legal representative, we can explain your rights and options while protecting you from the deception and manipulation of insurance adjusters. From there, we will work diligently to collect reimbursement for medical expenses, lost income and other damages associated with your car accident.

Firm represents serious car accident injury victims in Langhorne, PA

Nearly any type of impact injury can result from a vehicle collision, and our firm frequently assists Pennsylvanians who have suffered broken bones, neck injuries, back pain and other aliments associated with car crashes. Regardless of your particular condition, we have the skill and experience to develop a formidable argument in claims where the injury can be traced to:

  • Speeding or other traffic offenses — Every day, you can see people driving too rapidly, making unsafe lane changes and violating traffic laws in other ways that make an accident more likely.
  • Road conditions — Driving on a wet or damaged road presents hazards that a careless driver might not be able to handle.
  • Driver distractions — Smart phones, behind-the-wheel meals and other distractions might prevent a vehicle operator from making the split-second adjustments that are sometimes required to avoid a crash.
  • Alcohol or drugs — Whether someone has been cited for driving under the influence or not, we can review the circumstances of the crash to see if the defendant was impaired at the time of the accident.

In addition to people hurt in passenger car crashes, our accomplished personal injury firm assists victims of trucking accidents and collisions involving motorcycles, bicycles, all-terrain vehicles, public transportation and pedestrians.

What type of compensation can I get?

You can recover several different types of damages under Pennsylvania law. Tangible costs such as healthcare expenses, income lost while you were out of work and physical therapy associated with the accident can be reimbursed. Compensation is also available for pain and suffering and the loss of enjoyment in your life. Should you get hurt in a car crash, our firm can evaluate the physical harm that was caused and the effect the collision had on your life to estimate what a fair result would be.

What to look for in a car accident attorney

Choosing the right Bucks County auto accident attorney increases the likelihood of a successful outcome. You should review a lawyer’s results on behalf of other car crash victims to make sure that you’ll be represented by someone who knows how to take on insurance companies. Our firm has the resources to investigate the most complex vehicle collision cases and fights to maximize the payments our clients receive.

When to hire an auto accident lawyer?

Sometimes people who have been hurt in a minor accident think that it’s best to resolve the situation themselves. This could lead people to give up their legal rights in exchange for inadequate compensation. Whether you have limited or full tort (which includes pain and suffering damages) auto insurance coverage, our team will detail your legal options and explain what type of financial recovery you should expect. Unfortunately, insurance carriers often try to take advantage of vehicle accident victims who might be feeling financial pressure on top of their medical problems.

What to do after a car accident?

After a car accident, you should immediately summon medical assistance for yourself and anyone else who might be hurt. Once you’ve done that and called the police, if you are able, you can take actions that might bolster an eventual legal claim. With your phone, you should take photos of the scene and any damage done to the vehicles. It’s not necessary to get into an argument over who was to blame for the crash, but taking down contact information from the other driver and any witnesses will make the subsequent investigation easier. You can also record your real-time impressions of what happened and list any factors you might believe contributed to the collision.

Contact an aggressive Bucks County car accident lawyer to set up a free consultation

The Law Offices of Paul R. Weber in Langhorne represents Pennsylvanians who have been injured in car crashes and other types of vehicle collisions. Please call 215-752-7676 or contact us online to make an appointment for a free initial consultation regarding your case.  

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