Human negligence often results in innocent victims suffering terrible injuries. At Win Big Law, we specialize in personal injury cases and are dedicated to helping our clients obtain maximum compensation. We understand the suffering and hardship that can come with a personal injury and are committed to aggressively pursuing your claim.
Win Big Aggressively Pursues Personal Injury Claims
Many personal injury law firms decline to litigate difficult personal injury cases or seek quick settlements which do not properly compensate injured victims. At Win Big Law, our Pennsylvania personal injury attorneys are not afraid to take on tough cases and fight for our clients. Our experienced Pennsylvania personal injury lawyers in Pennsylvania are determined to win big for you despite the complex nature of personal injury litigation.
After Your Suffering, You Deserve to Win Big
You have suffered enough after your accident which is why you should retain an experienced personal injury attorney. Our experienced personal injury lawyers in Pennsylvania will fight to protect your rights. At Win Bing, our personal injury lawyers will work tirelessly to ensure you receive the financial compensation you deserve for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
What Are Valid Types of Personal Injury Claims?
With some exceptions, to have a valid personal injury claim under Pennsylvania law you must prove you were owed a legal duty of care and a breach of the duty occurred, which caused you to suffer an injury. With a fault-based personal injury claim, you must prove all the elements of your claim by a preponderance of the evidence, i.e., 51%. There are other types of personal injury cases in which fault or negligence does not need to be proved.
What Must You Do To Help Win Big For You?
A trial involves recreating a past event. As attorneys are rarely present at accidents after they occur, they must rely on their clients for assistance and information. To help a Pennsylvania personal injury lawyer win big for you, there are several steps you can take after an accident.
Steps to Take After An Accident
The time following an accident is critical. This is because evidence and witnesses are readily available. To increase the strength of your claim, you should:
- Seek medical attention immediately
- Report the accident to the appropriate parties
- Document the scene of the accident, i.e., take photographs
- Obtain the names of potential witnesses
- Avoid speaking with the other person’s insurance company
- Contact a Pennsylvania personal injury lawyer as soon as possible
FAQ About Personal Injury Claims
Most people are never involved or injured in an accident. If you are considering a personal injury claim, it is natural to have questions about the process. We have provided answers to some of the most commonly asked questions below:
The answer is “it depends”. The attorneys at Win Big Law will work diligently to resolve your case as quickly as possible while ensuring you receive fair compensation. Specifically, the length of time it takes to resolve a personal injury claim can vary depending on the complexity of the case and the jurisdiction in which the lawsuit is filed.
Yes, seeking medical attention as soon as possible after an accident is important to document your injuries and ensure you receive the proper treatment. Specifically, you should attempt to see your primary care provider, as insurance companies frequently minimize claims when victims fail to consult or obtain treatment from their primary doctor. If you are unable to consult your doctor, you should instead visit an urgent care facility.
At Win Big Law Firm, we represent injured victims on a contingency fee basis. This means you will only be charged fees if we successfully obtain compensation for you. If we lose, which rarely occurs, you owe us nothing.
The amount of financial compensation you can expect in a personal injury case will depend on your case’s specific circumstances. In general, settlement offers reflect economic losses (medical bills, lost wages) and non-economic losses (pain and suffering). Our Pennsylvania personal injury lawyers will work with you to understand your needs and goals and fight for you to obtain maximum compensation.
Call Marisa and Frank Today
You have a limited amount of time to pursue a personal injury case. Specifically, Pennsylvania imposes a two-year statute of limitations on personal injury claims and a three-year statute of limitations on workers’ compensation claims. To begin the process of building your personal injury case, contact us today for a free consultation!
Initial consultations are free!
Many people fail to pursue otherwise valid personal injury cases because they are unaware of their legal rights. Additionally, insurance companies do not want injured victims to consult with a Pennsylvania personal injury attorney. At Win Big Law, we will provide you with a free consultation!