Pennsylvania Car Accident Lawyer
Following a car accident, you may have many questions about where to turn or what to do, especially if you’ve been injured. Our automobile accident lawyers in Pennsylvania can help you take appropriate legal action under state insurance and personal injury laws. Call Cordisco & Saile LLC today at 215-642-2335 to get started.
Types of Automobile Accidents
Thousands of automobile accidents occur every year in the state of Pennsylvania, many of which are preventable. If you’ve been involved in any of the following types of accidents, our automobile accident attorneys in Pennsylvania can help recover compensation for your injuries.
- Hit-and-run collisions
- Head-on collisions
- Rear-end collisions
- Angle or side collisions
- Single-vehicle collisions
- Car accidents caused by drunk drivers
- Truck accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Bus accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
Causes of Automobile Accidents
The majority of automobile accidents in the state of Pennsylvania are preventable. Thousands of automobile accidents happen each year due to the error of the drivers involved. Too often, drivers fail to adhere to traffic or safety regulations. Drivers might engage in dangerous behaviors like driving while distracted, driving aggressively or driving while intoxicated. When a driver fails to drive responsibly and safely, the risk of an accident is high.
In some cases, an automobile accident is not the result of driver error but the result of a defective tire or another vehicle part. When this happens, the manufacturer or distributor of that defective part is liable.
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Filing a Claim for Damages After an Auto Accident
It’s important to remember that Pennsylvania is a choice no-fault car insurance state. Drivers can file a claim with their insurance companies following an accident, regardless of who caused the accident. But if another party caused your wreck, you may be able to file a tort claim against that party for medical expenses and other out-of-pocket expenses.
In order to file a claim for pain and suffering, you must have full tort coverage, or you must have suffered serious injuries if you have limited tort coverage. A serious injury is defined by Pennsylvania Code section 1702 as a “personal injury resulting in death, serious impairment of body function or permanent serious disfigurement.”
When filing a liability claim, you will have to prove that the other driver acted negligently and that act of negligence caused the accident and resultant damages. For example, if a driver was texting while driving at the time of an accident, it could be argued that the driver was acting negligently, and the driver’s distraction caused the accident. If you can prove negligence and link it to your injuries, then you can recover damages for medical expenses, out-of-pocket expenses, and even pain and suffering if you meet the requirements listed above.
Speak to Our Automobile Accident Lawyers in Pennsylvania Today
It is important that you act as quickly as possible following a car accident to pursue a claim for damages. In Pennsylvania, the statute of limitations for filing a claim is only two years from the date of the accident. If you want to recover money for your injuries, lost wages, and pain and suffering, then you need to act immediately.
At Cordisco & Saile LLC, our automobile accident attorneys in Pennsylvania will work with you to build a winning case and ensure that you get the compensation you deserve. If you have questions about how to file a claim, how to prove negligence and liability, and what types of compensation you may be able to recover, call us today at 215-642-2335.
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