Personal Injury Attorney in Bucks County

If you suffered injuries in a Bucks County, PA, accident, you may be able to pursue compensation for the losses you sustained. A member of the Cordisco & Saile LLC team can review the facts of your case for free and take action on your behalf. Let us help you pursue the payout you deserve. 

We offer no-cost, no-obligation case evaluations and initial consultations. Call us at 215-642-2335 today to learn more about our services and to make an appointment for your case review. 

We Pursue Compensation for Bucks County, PA Personal Injury Victims

Bucks County is one of the largest, most populous counties in Pennsylvania. We can take on personal injury cases in any of the boroughs, townships, census-designated places, or other areas of Bucks County. This includes:

  • Levittown
  • Croydon
  • Bristol
  • Quakertown
  • Morrisville
  • Perkasie
  • Fairless Hills
  • Doylestown
  • Richboro

We pursue compensation in a wide variety of negligence cases, including accidents, premises liability, defective product cases, and more. Some of the types of cases we can help you with include: 

  • Slip and falls
  • Fire or explosion injuries
  • ATV accidents
  • Amusement park accidents
  • Escalator or elevator accidents
  • Product liability accidents
  • Mass transit accident injuries
  • Dog bite accidents
  • Drowning incidents
  • Electrical burns

Our personal injury attorneys can also help you with all types of Bucks County auto accident cases. We can help you understand how the complex car insurance laws in Pennsylvania apply to your case and take legal action on your behalf. Let a personal injury attorney in Bucks County from the Cordisco & Saile LLC team determine if you can pursue a payout from the at-fault driver.

Cordisco & Saile LLC Can Build a Case to Prove Negligence and Liability

Attorneys from Cordisco & Saile LLC can explain your right to pursue compensation after you suffer injuries in a Bucks County, PA, personal injury accident. We will review your case for free, and there is no obligation to enlist our services. If you do choose to use our attorneys to go after the payout you deserve, we will handle your case based on contingency. We do not get paid unless you recover compensation.   

Our personal injury lawyers ensure you can get the answers to your questions about your case as quickly as possible. We are available to our clients when they have concerns or want a status update on their case. We also manage all communication with the negligent party and their insurance company. 

We will investigate the facts of your case, prove what happened, and build a strong argument for compensation. Proving negligence and liability requires us to:

  • Show the at-fault party had a duty to keep you safe;
  • They breached this duty;
  • Their failure caused your accident and injuries; and
  • You suffered economic losses because of the personal injury accident

If you or a member of your immediate family sustained injuries in Bucks County, let our team review the case to determine if someone else’s negligence caused the accident and your injuries. Call now at 215-642-2335. 

Recoverable Damages in a Bucks County Personal Injury Case

When we handle your personal injury case, we will pursue a payout that covers your accident-related expenses and losses. We will collect your bills, receipts, and estimates, and then work with experts to prove future costs. This will give us a fair settlement value so we can try to negotiate a fair settlement agreement or argue for an award in court. 

The types of damages we can recover for our clients in personal injury cases vary, but may include:

  • Medical treatment and care costs
  • Ongoing care expenses and future care needs
  • Lost wages and diminished earning capacity
  • Loss of benefits
  • Property damages
  • Out-of-pocket expenses
  • Emotional distress
  • Pain and suffering

If a member of your family passed away from the injuries they suffered in a personal injury accident, you may be able to recover wrongful death damages. You can discuss your case with a member of our team today by calling 215-642-2335. 

There Is a Two-Year Statute of Limitations on Most PA Personal Injury Cases

Generally, Pennsylvania law (§ 5524) sets a statute of limitation of two years personal injury cases. This means we need to act quickly to build a case and go to court if necessary. If we do not file a personal injury lawsuit by the time the deadline arrives, the court is unlikely to grant us an extension.

There are some cases where you may have more time, or there may be earlier deadlines. This occurs most commonly when:

  • The victim is under age 18; or
  • The accused negligent party is a government agency

There may be additional situations when the deadline to take legal action in your Bucks County personal injury case is not the standard two years. Letting one of our personal injury attorney in Bucks County review your case as soon as possible ensures we can establish an accurate deadline. In some cases, we can negotiate an out-of-court settlement to recover compensation on your behalf.

Talk to a Personal Injury Attorney in Bucks County

At Cordisco & Saile LLC, our attorneys can help you pursue a legal case and try to hold the at-fault party liable for your injuries and the related expenses and losses. We offer free case reviews and initial consultations. We can meet with you for this evaluation and for any future meetings about your case in any of our four Bucks County offices: 

  • Bensalem
  • Newtown-Langhorne
  • Doylestown
  • Bristol

We can also meet with you in your home or a local hospital if your treatment is still ongoing. Our team can review your case and go to work for you as soon as you reach out; call 215-642-2335 now for your no-cost initial consultation.