A car accident can throw your life into a state of disarray, leaving you in severe pain, facing substantial medical bills, and unable to work. If you were hurt in a car accident in Quakertown, PA, a lawyer from Cordisco & Saile LLC can help you hold the at-fault party liable and recover damages. Our dedicated personal injury lawyers fight for the rights of accident victims.
At Cordisco & Saile LLC, the outcome of your case means as much to us as it does to you, which is why we never get paid until you do. Our attorneys work on a no-win-no-fee basis. It starts with a free consultation in our office, where we sit down with you, review the details of your case, and let you know your options. To schedule an appointment today, call us at 215-642-2335.
Call Cordisco & Saile LLC for Help No Matter How Your Quakertown, PA, Car Accident Occurred
The list of scenarios that can produce a car accident is endless. But the common thread running through the entire list is those car accidents do not happen out of thin air. When a collision occurs, it is precipitated by something, and that something usually involves an error or act of negligence on one or more parties' behalf.
As your Quakertown, PA, car accident lawyers, the Cordisco & Saile LLC team will investigate your accident, collect evidence, and paint a clear picture of exactly what happened. We can identify all responsible parties and build a compelling case against them.
We have helped clients recover substantial damages for car accidents involving:
A rear-end collision involves one vehicle running into another from behind. Most drivers believe (and are often taught when learning to drive) that a rear-end collision is always the fault of the driver in the back. This adage is true most of the time but not all of the time. A front driver can be liable for a rear-end collision if they cut off another motorist or if they locked up their brakes for no good reason.
Whether you were the front or back driver in a rear-end collision, we will investigate and search for evidence showing the other driver's negligence or liability.
A head-on collision involves two vehicles traveling in opposite directions running directly into each other. It is the most dangerous type of car accident due to the double-impact effect. That is when a car traveling 60 miles an hour collides head-on with another car traveling 60 miles an hour, the force of each car's impact is the same as hitting a stationary object at 120 miles per hour.
Since injuries and damages from a head-on collision are usually catastrophic, it is essential to have an aggressive lawyer who will fight for every penny you deserve. We help you recover the compensation you need to piece your life back together after such a devastating accident.
Side-impact (or "T-bone") collisions happen when the front of one vehicle strikes the side of another. The vehicle struck from the side (known as the "top of the T") usually bears the brunt of the impact and suffers the most damage, but not always. We can help you recover damages no matter the position of your vehicle in a side-impact collision.
Hit and Run Accidents
When a driver strikes another vehicle or pedestrian and then flees the scene, it is known as a hit and run. Pennsylvania law requires you to remain at the scene of a car accident whether the crash was your fault or not; you cannot leave except in very limited circumstances, such as when there are no injuries and no obvious damage (e.g., one car tapped another's bumper in a drive-thru line).
We can help you track down the responsible driver in a hit-and-run crash. If they cannot be found, we can negotiate with your own insurance company and help you collect a fair settlement.
For a free consultation with a member of the Cordisco & Saile LLC team, call 215-642-2335.
Do Not Talk to the Insurance Company Before Speaking With a Quakertown, PA, Car Accident Lawyer From Cordisco & Saile LLC
When you file a claim for your car accident injuries, the compensation will most likely come from an insurance company, not directly from the other party. Since Pennsylvania's car insurance laws are some of the most complex in the entire country, it is a good idea to speak with a lawyer before talking to any insurance company rep — and certainly before accepting a settlement offer.
What makes car insurance in Pennsylvania so tricky? For one, when you sign up for a policy, you have to choose between two levels: full-tort and limited-tort. Which level you choose partly determines the compensation you can recover after an accident.
Full-tort coverage, typically more expensive than limited-tort, lets you recover compensation for actual economic losses such as medical bills, lost wages, and reduced earning capacity, as well as for non-economic losses such as pain and suffering and inconvenience.
Limited-tort insurance covers your economic losses but not your non-economic losses, with one exception: if your injury is deemed "serious," you can recover compensation for pain and suffering. Since "serious" is a subjective standard, our attorneys compile substantive evidence showing the severity of your condition before we take on the insurer.
The Statute of Limitations in Pennsylvania
The statute of limitations on car accident injuries in Pennsylvania is two years. If we need to, we can file a quick lawsuit to avoid the statute expiring on you (which would cause you to lose your right to compensation). For a free case evaluation, call us at 215-642-2335.
For a Free Car Accident Consultation in Quakertown, PA, Call Cordisco & Saile LLC at 215-642-2335
The Cordisco & Saile LLC team is eager to get to work on your car accident claim. We can help you recover damages from the responsible party and the insurance company. For a free, no-risk case evaluation, call 215-642-2335.